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THIRTY -EIGHTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION 



THE 



For 1914. 



A Handbook of Records for every 
branch of Sport. 



Compiled and Collected by the Editorial Staff of 
^he Sporting Chronicle. 



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page 

Athletics — Olympic Records . . 227 

Games ..228 

• World's Comparative Table . . . 226 

Championships of 1913 231 

Winners of English Champion- 
ships ,244 

Oxford v. Cambridge 251 

Noteworthy Performances. . . .253 

Amateur Running 253 

Walking 257 

Jumping and Field 

Events 259 

American Path and Track 

Records 350 

Aviation 289 

Badminton 88 

Baseball 163 

Battles of the Blues 90 

Billiards — Championships . . . .282 

Amateur Champions 283 

Remarkable Performances 286 

Bowling 1 75 

Boxing — Amateur 

Championships ....... 207 

Rules: Amateur Boxing Assoc. 217 
National Sporting Club. 219 

Queensbury 221 

Champions of the Prize Ring . 222 

World's Champions 223 

Cards 297 

Club Swinging — Endurance . . . 205 
Coursing — Principles of Judging 81 

The Waterloo Cup 83 

Netherby Cup 86 

Barbican Cup 88 

Cross-Country Running 153 

Cycling — Records 143 

Championships 151 

Cricket — Champions 188 

County Championship 189 

Principal Records 190-205 

Curling 224 

Draughts 292 

Fives 292 



PAGE 

Football — Rugby 181 

Association 183 

Golf — Champions 164 

Oxford v. Cambridge 165 

Internationa] Matches 165 

Records of Courses 168 

Champions of the Year 169 

Winners of Important 

Tournamen ts 170 

Gymnastics 157 

Hockey 162 

Lacrosse 158 

Lawn Tennis 172 

Davis Cup 173 

Champions of 1913 174 

Licences — Game 329 

Gun 329 

Miscellany 330 

Motoring 313 

World's Records 314 

Motor Cycle Records 323 

Standard Class Records 317 

Cubic Capacity Classes 318 

Identification Letters 328 

Local Taxation Licences 329 

Motor Boat Racing 205 

Obituary 339 

Ocean Steaming Records 125 

Pe d estri anism Sheffield 

Handicaps 261 

Edinburgh Handicaps 266 

Powderhall Marathon 267 

Sporting Chronicle Handicaps. 270 

Australian Handicaps 272 

Championship Matches 273 

Professional Running 274 

Walking 277 

Jumping 278 

World's Marathon Record .... 277 

Road Walking 280 

Pigeon Shooting 140 

Polo 179 

Punting 12? 



CONTENTS— Continued. 



PAGE 

Quoits 161 

Racquets 160 

Rowing — Oxford v. Cambridge.. 127 

Henley Royal Regatta 128 

Sculling 129 

Shooting — King's Prize 138 

St. George's Vase 138 

Seating- Ice 133 

Figure - 134 

Roller 138 

Skittles 296 

Sports Associations — Addresses 

of Secretaries 10 

Swimming — Championships of 

1913 93 

Winners of English 

Championships 94 

Olympic Games 98 

English Amateur Records .... 104 

World's Records 109 

Royal Life Saving Society 110 

Professional Champions 114 

Times 115 

English Channel Swim 117 

Remarkable Feats 120 

Tables — 

English and Foreign Distances.295 
Weights. 295 



page 

Tennis 159 

Tcre, The — -Dates of Principal 

Races 13 

Winners of Principal Races 15-38 

Winning Owners 41 

Winning Trainers 48 

Breeders 45 

Jockeys Mounts 48 

Gentlemen Riders 51 

Winning Sires 52 

Irish Turf in 1913 55 

List of Jockeys and 

Apprentices 57 

Trainers of Racehorses 65 

Up-to-date Ready Reckoner. . 61 

Horse Racing Records 69 

Horse Jumping Records 72 

Trotting and Pacing. ... 73 & 293 
Double, Treble, and Quadruple 

Classic Events 79 

W t ater Polo — Results of 

Matches 110 

International Matches 110 

English Championships 112 

County Championships 112 

Wrestling — Rules of 293 

Champions of 1913 294 

Yachting 187 

Motor 187 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE I 

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Bailey, Sir W. H. & Co., Ltd. . . .260 

Clarke's 92 

Ellison's cover 

Gascoine 40 

Gorman, John 2 

Holloway's 123 

Horlicks Malted Milk 225 

Horton's IXL Pills 38 

Ingram, George 3 

Lascelle, George 124 

Lloyd, Payne and Amiel 9 

Mackay, William 89 

Maguire, J.. Jr 316 

Murrays 39 



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Oxo 1 

Owbridge, W. T 152 

Read, Chas 243 

Richardson, W T . C 60 

Roberts, David 4 

Smallman, A. F 14 

Taylor, John 230 

Topping & Spindler cover 

Totalisator , 

Thomson, Allan B 68 

Tyldesley and Holbrook 208 

Usher, Andrew 6 

White, W. A 142 

Williams. Joe 80 



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10 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS— Addresses of Secretaries. 



Aeronautics. — Royal Aero Club of the U.K. : Mr. Harold E. Perrin, 

166, Piccadilly, London, W. 
Angling. — British Amateur Fly and Bait-casting Club : Mr. Leonard 
Crossle\ 28, North Side, Wandsworth Common, London, S.W. 
Central Association of Angler's Clubs : The Secretary, Cripplegate, 
London, E.C. 
Athletics. — Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. P. L. Fisher, 10, 
John Street, Adelphi, London, W.C. 
Amateur Fields Events Association : Messrs. Webster and Abrahams. 

St. Mary's Chambers, 161a, Strand. London, W.C. 
Field Sports and Game Guild : Mr. Nicholas Everitt, 32, Prince of 

Wales Road, Norwich. 
Irish Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. H M. Finlay, Wynn's Hotel, 

Lower Abbey Street, Dublin. 
Midland Counties Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. W. E. Rider, 

King's Court, 115, Colmore Row, Birmingham. 
Northern CouDties Athletic Association :, Not decided at time of going 

to press. 
Scottish Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. D. S. Duncan, 118, 
Craiglea Drive, Edinburgh. 
Billiards. — Billiard Association of Great Britain and Ireland : Mr. A. 
Stanley Thorn, 18. Buckingham Street, Strand, London, W.C. 
Billiards Control Club: Mr. G. H. Nelson, Gt. Windmill Street, London. 
Bowling. — Bowling Association (Lancashire) : Mr. C. Smith, 28, Acres- 
field Road, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Bowling Association (Yorkshire) : Mr. L. Littlewood. 5, Fitzwilliam 

Street East, Huddersfield. 
Bowling (British Crown Green Amateur Association) : Mr. C. Smith, 
28, Acresfield Road, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Boxing. — Amateur Boxing Association : Mr. E. T. Calver, 4-5, High 
Street, Aldgate, London, E.C. 
Irish Amateur Boxing Association : Mr. P. Mordaunt, 32, Lower 
Mount Street, Dublin. 

County Polo Association: A. B. Charlton, 12 Hanover- square. 

London, W. 
Coaching. — Coaching Club : Mr. H. Fincham, Rosendale Road, Dulwlch, 
London, S.E. 
Four-in-Hand Club : Mr. H. Fincham, Rosendale Road, Dulwich, 
London, S.E. 
Coursing. — National Coursing Club : Mr. W. F. Lamonby. The Place, 

Great Bardfield, Essex. 
Crice^t. — Marylebone Club (M.C.C.) : Mr. F. E. Lacey. Lord's Ground. 

London, N.W. 
Cross-country Running. — International Championship : Mr. W. 
Roxburgh, Prospect House, Bothwell, Lanarkshire. 
Ireland : E. J. Rooney, 43, Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin. 
Midland Association : Mr. J. Taylor, 34, Paradise Street, Rugby. 
National Union : Mr. C. Otway, 131, Denmark Hill, S.E. 
Northern Association : Mr. B. S. Hayward, 74, St. James Street, 

Oxford Street, Manchester. 
Southern Association : Mr. C. Otway, 131, Denmark Hill, S.E. 
Scottish Association : Mr. W. Roxburgh, Prospect House, Bothwell. 
Lanarkshire. 



THE SPORTING CHEON1CLE ANNUAL. 11 

Cycling and Cyclists. — Auto-cycle Union : Mr. F. Straight, Royal 

Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London, W. 
Cyclists' Touring Club : Mr. W. S. Burke, 280, Euston Road. N.W. 
Irish Cyclists' Association : Mr. G. Metcalfe, College Park Chambers, 

Nassau Street, Dublin. 
National Cyclists' Union : Mr. S. R. Noble, 27, Chancery Lane. E.C. 
Road Records' Association : Mr. F. Wright, 29, Palace Chambers. 

Westminster, S.W. 
Eastern Counties Road Records' Association : Mr. A. Graham, 91, 

Rosebery Avenue, Manor Park, Essex. 
Midland Road Records' Association : Mr.W. B. Goodwin, St. Winifred's. 

Erdington, near Birmingham. 
Northern Roads Records' Association: Mr.E.Buckley, 8. Maple Avenue. 

Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire. 
Scotland Road Records' Association : Mr. S. R. Nelson. 325. North 

Woodside Road, Glasgow. 
Southern Road Records' Association : Mr. J. Dudley Daymond. 

1, Edward Street, Vincent Square, S.W. 
Scottish Cyclists' Union : Mr. R. Johnstone, 45, Frederick Street, 

Edinburgh. 
Union Cycliste Internationale M. Paul Rousseau. G, Boulevard des 

Italiano, Paris. 

Fencing. — Amateur Fencing Association : Mr. R. Montgomerie, 23, 
Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Football. — Amateur Football Association : Mr. H. Hughes- Onslow, 

60, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. 
Football Association : Mr. F. J. Wall, 42, Russell Square.London.W.C. 
Irish Football Association : Mr. J. Ferguson, 18, Wellington Place, 

Belfast. 
Scottish Football Association : Mr. J. K. McDowall, Carlton Place 

Glasgow. 
We'sh Association : Mr. R. Robbins, 3, High Street, Wrexham. 
Northern Union : Mr. J. Piatt, 9, Queen Street. Oldham. 
Rugby Union : Mr. C. J. B. Marriott, R.U. Ground. Twickenham, 

London. 
Irish Union : Mr. C. F. Ruxton, 17, Westmoreland Street, Dublin. 
Scottish Union : Mr. J. A. Smith, 11, Duke Street, Edinburgh. 
Welsh Union : Mr. W. E. Ree^, Norwood, Neath, Glamorganshire. 
Internationa Board : Mr. R. G. Warren, 9, Eustace Street, Dublin. 

Golf. — Ladies' Golf Union : Miss Issette Pearson. 3, Regent Place, 
London, W. 
Royal and Ancient Golf Club : Mr. C. S. Grace, St. Andrew's. N.B. 

Gymnastics. — Amateur Gymnastic Association : Mr. Chas. J. West. 
Hopeville, 55, Lebanon Road, East Croydon. 

Hockey — Hockey Association (England) : J. A. Lovell. 2, Snow Hill, 
London, E.C. 
Scotland : Mr. S. S. Milne, 134, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 
Ireland : Mr. J. E. Mills, 8, Merrion Row, Dublin. 

Wales Mr. J. R. Williams, Watts Watts & Co.. Cardiff. 
Lacrosse.— English Lacrosse Union : Mr. F. B. 0. Hawes. 18. Park 
Mansions, Vauxhall Park, London, S.W. 

Lawn Tennis.— Lawn Tennis Association : Mr. G. 11. Mewburn Albert 
Buildings 49, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C. 



12 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Motoring. — Autoirobile Association: Stenson Cooke, Fanum House 
Whitcomb Stieet, Coventry Streets London, S.W. 
Brooklands Automooile Pacing Club : Kenneth L. Skinner, Carlton 

House, Regent Street, London, S.W. 
Eoads Improvement Association : Mr. Wallace E. Riche, Caxton 

House, Westminster. London, W. 
Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders : Mr J. F. Woodfine. 

Maxwell House, Arundel Street, London. 
Motor Yacht Club ■ The " Enchantress," Burlesaon 
Auto Cycle Union : J. W. Loughborough, E.A.C., Pall Mall, S.W. 
Eoyal Automobile Club : J. W. Orde, Pall Mall, London, S.W. 
Olympic Games. — British Olympic Association : Captain Blair. 108, 
Victoria Street, London, S.W. 
Sixth Olympiad. — -German Olympic Committee. 
Pigeon Shooting.— The Gun Club : Mr. J S. Willett. The Gun Club. 

Wood Lane, London. 
Eacing. — The Jockey Club : Messrs. Weatherby, 15, Cavendish Square, 

London, W. 
Rifle Shooting. — National Eifle Association » Lieut -Col. C. E. Crosse. 
M. V.O., Bisley Camp. Brookwood, Surrey. 

Eoad- Walking Association. — Mr. O. V. A. Temple, Hexham House, 

Northumberland Park, Tottenham, London. 
Skating. — National Skating Association : Col. Cobbett, Hamilton 

House, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. 

Ski-ing. — National Ski Union : Mr. H. Archer Thomson, 3, King's 

Bench Walk, Temple, London. 
Skittles. — Amateur Skittle Association : W. Clifford Woodlands, 54, 

Langham Eoad, Tottenham, London, N. 

Swimming. — Amateur Swimming Association : T. M. Yeadon, East Clere, 

Whitburn, near Sunderland. 
Scottish Amateur Swimming Association : J. B. Eeid, 25, Kennedy 

Drive, Partick, Glasgow. 
Irish Amateur Swimming Association : E. W. Charlesson, Veronica, 

North Eoad, Bloomfleld, Belfast. 
Welsh Amateur Swimming Association : T. Powell, 21. Howard Gardens, 

Cardiff. 
International Swimming Board : Jas. T. Brown, 133, Watt Street, 

South Side, Glasgow. 
International Swimming Federation : G. W. Hearn, Tudor House, 

Eltham Eoad, Lee, Kent. 

Wrestling. — Amateur Wrestling Association : Mr. Percy Longhurst, 
Gairloch, Wallington, Surrey. 



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i-HE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 13 

DATES OF PRINCIPAL RACES IN 1914. 



Batthyany Plate (5 furlongs) Monday, March 23 

Lincolnshire Handicap (1 mile) Tuesday, March 24 

Brocklesby Stakes (4 furlongs 50 yards) Wednesday, March 25 

Liverpool Spring Cup (1 mile 3 furlongs) Thursday, March 20 

Union Jack Stakes (Liverpool) (1 mile) Thursday, March 23 

Liverpool Grand National (4 miles 856 yards) . . . Friday, March 27 

Queen's Prize (Kempton) (li miles) Monday, April 13 

Lancashire Steeplechase (Manchester) (Si miles) . . Monday, April 13 
Column Produce Stakes (Newmarket) (1 mile) ... Wednesday, April 15 
Great Metropolitan Stakes (Epsom) (21 miles) . . . Tuesday, April 21 
Irish Military Steeplechase (Punchestown) (3|m.) . Tuesday, April 21 

City and Suburban (Epsom) (1£ miles) Wednesday, April 22 

Grand International Steeplechase (Sandown) (3im). Saturday, April 25 

Two Thousand Guineas (1 mile) Wednesday, April 23 

One Thousand Guineas (1 mile) Friday, May 1 

Chester Cup (2i miles) Wednesday, May 6 

Kempton Park Jubilee Handicap (1 mile 2 fur) . Saturday, May 9 

Newmarket Stakes (li miles) Wednesday, May 13 

Alexandra Handicap (Gatwick) (6 furlongs) Friday, May 15 

The Derby (about H miles) Wednesday, May 27 

The Oaks (about H miles) '. Friday, May 29 

Manchester Cup (H miles) Friday, June 5 

Ascot Stakes (2 miles) Tuesday, June 16 

Prince of Wales' Stakes (Ascot) (1 mile 5 furlongs) . Tuesday, June 16 
Royal Hunt Cup (Ascot) (7 furlongs 166 yards) . Wednesday, June 17 

Gold Cup (Ascot) (2i miles) , Thursday, June 18 

New Stakes (Ascot) (5 furlongs 144 yards) Thursday, June 18 

Hardwicke Stakes (Ascot) (H miles) Friday, June 19 

Royal June Handicap (Windsor) (li miles) Saturday, June 20 

Northumberland Plate (2 miles) Wednesday, June 24 

July Stakes (Newmarket) (5 furlongs 140 yards). Tuesday, June 30 

Princess of Wales' Stakes (li miles) Thursday, July 2 

Great Foal Plate (Lingfield) (5 furlongs) Saturday, July 11 

Eclipse Stakes (Sandown) (li miles) Friday, July 17 

Liverpool Cup (1 mile 3 furlongs) Friday, July 24 

Stewards' Cup (Goodwood) (6 furlongs) Tuesday, July 28 

Goodwood Plate (2 miles) Wednesday, July 29 

Goodwood Cup (2i miles) Thursday, July 30 

Ebor Handicap (York) (If miles) Wednesday, Aug. 26 

Prince Edward Handicap (Manchester) (2 miles) . . . Saturday, Sept. 5 
Great Yorkshire Handicap (1 mile 6fur 132yds) . . . Tuesday, Sept. 8 

Champagne Stakes (Doncaster) (5fur 152yds) Tuesday, Sept. 8 

St. Leger Stakes (1 mile 6 furlongs 132 yards) . . Wednesday, Sept. 9 

Doncaster Cup (about 2 miles) Friday, Sept. 11 

Jockey Club Stakes (Newmarket) (11 miles) Thursday, Oct. 1 

Imperial rroduce Plate (Kempton) (6 furlongs). . . . Friday, Oct. 9 
Duke of York Stakes (Kempton) (1 mile 2 furlongs) Saturday, Oct. 10 

Cesare witch Stakes (2 miles 2 furlongs) Wednesday, Oct. 14 

Middle ark Plate (6 furlongs) Friday, Oct. 16 

Cambridgeshire Stakes (1 mile 1 furlong) Wednesday, Oct. 28 

Dewhurst Plate (7 furlongs) Thursday, Oct. 29 

Liverpool Autumn Cup (1 mile 3 furlongs) Friday, Nov. 13 

Derby Cup (1 mile 6 furlongs) Thursday, Nov. 19 

Manchester November Handicap (li mile) Saturday, Nov. 28 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 15 

WINNERS OF THE PRINCIPAL RACES. 



LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP (Lincoln). 
Instituted 1853. 
Year Winner. ys st lb 

1860 Mr Lincoln's Vigo 4 7 6 

1861 Mr Murland's Benbow 5 

1862 Ct Batthyany's Suburban 5 

1863 Ld Westmorland's Manrico . . 4 

1864 Ct Lagrange's Benjamin 5 

1865 Mr Osborne's Gaily 5 



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6 12 
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1866 Mr Kirby's Treasure Trove 3 

1867 Ct Batthyany's Vandervelde. . 6 

1868 Sir C Legard's Indigestion 6 

1869 Mr J Boynton's Sycee 5 

1870 LdEendleshain'sBoyal Eake. 4 

1871 Mr Winchester's Vulcan a 

1872 Mr Chaplin's Guy Dayrell 5 

1873 Mr Hope's Vestminster a 

1874 Mr F Swindell's Tomahawk ... 3 

1875 Mr Turner's The Gunner 4 

1876 Ld Eosebery's Controversy ... 5 

1877 Lord Wilton's Footstep 4 

1878 Mr Fv Peck's Kaleidoscope 5 

1879 Lord Eosebery's Touchet 5 

1880 Mr H Eymill's Eosy Cross 6 

1881 Mr Crawfurd's Buchanan 4 

1882 Ct F de Lagrange's Poulet . . 5 

1883 Mr Dav.s's Knight of Burghley a 

1884 Mr J W Smith's Tonans 6 

1885 Mr H T Barclay's Bendigo. 

1886 Mr E C Naylor's Fulmen 6 

1887 Mr Manton's Oberon 4 

1888 Mr W J Leigh's Veracity 4 



1889 Sir E Jardine's Wise Man 

1890 Mr J O'Neill's Eejected 

1891 Prince Soltykoff's Lord George 

1892 Mr B Maple's Clarence 

1893 Mr Smith's Wolf's Crag 

1894 Baron Eothschild's Le Nicham 

1895 Mr Duncan's Euclid 6 

1896 Mr A F Basset's Clorane 5 

1897 Mr Sullivan's Winkneld's Pride 4 

1898 Mr Clarke's Prince Barcaldine 

1899 Capt Bewicke's General Peace 

1900 Mr H Barnato's Sir Geoffrey . . 

1901 Capt F. C. Bald's Little Eva. . . 

1902 Col M'Calmont's St Maclou. . . 

1903 Mr E C Irish's Over Norton. . . 

1904 Capt Forester's Uninsured . . . 

1905 Mr F Luscombe's Sansovino . . 

1906 M Ephrussi's Ob 5 

1907 M Ephrussi's Ob 6 

1908 Mr F S Barnard's Kaffir Chief 6 

1909 Mr AC Mandaras' Duke of Sparta 5 

1910 Mr E F Setoff's Cinderello 5 

1911 Mr C Hibbert's Mercutio 6 

1912 Mr S Joel's Long Set 5 

1913*Mr A E Barton's Berrilldon. . 4 



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4 . . Carroll 

7. .Barker 

13. .H Covey 

6 . .Maidment . , 
13 . . Cameron . . . 
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7.. Bradford . . 
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20 
17 
11 
24 
27 
19 
23 
24 
10 
24 
27 
21 
35 
32 
30 

27 
27 

25 



.25 
.17 

.29 

.21 

.23 

.20 

.?5 

.26 

.1) 

Al 

.25 

.20 

.19 

.15 

.18 

.18 

.14 

.26 

.25 

.28 

.23 

.20 

.23 

.18 

24 

24 

20 

23 

27 

32 

17 

22 



* Cuthbert finished first but was disqualified for bumping 
and boring. 
Previous to 1865 the course was one mile and a half. 



16 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

GRAND NATIONAL (Liverpool) 



Time. 
. 9 59 
,10 25 

10 9i 
,10 6 

11 5 
10 2 

9 53 

10 14 

9 30 



10 59 
10 9i 
9 36 
10 14* 

10 4 

10 22 

11 14 
10 16 
10 23 

4. .10 12 
7. .10 29 
3.. 11 50 



Year. Winner. ys st lb 

1854 Bourton a 11 12 . 

1855 Wanderer a 9 8 . 

1856 Freetrader a 9 6. 

1857 Emigrant a 9 10. 

1858 Little Charley . . a 10 7. 

1859 Half-caste 6 9 7 . 

1860 Anatis a 9 10. 

1861 Jealousy . a 9 12 . 

1862§Huntsman a 11 6. 

1863 Emblem a 10 10.. 11 20 

1864 Emblematic ... 6 10 6.. 11 50 

1865 Alcibiade 5 11 4.. 11 16 

1866 Salamander ... a 10 7.. 11 5 

1867 Cortolvin a 11 13 .. 10 42 

1868 The Lamb 6 10 7.. 10 30 

1869 The Colonel 6 10 7. 

1870 The Colonel a 1112. 

1871 The Lamb a 11 5. 

1872 CasseTete a 10 0. 

1873 Disturbance ... 6 11 11. 

1874 Reugny 6 10 12. 

1875 Pathfinder a 10 11. 

1876 Eegal 5 11 3. 

1877 Austerlitz 5 10 8. 

1878 Shifnal a 10 12 

1879 Liberator a 11 

1880 Empress 5 10 

1881 Woodbrook a 11 3. 

1882 Seaman 6 11 6. 

1883 Zoedone 6 11 0. 

1884 Voluptuary 6 10 5 . 

1885 Roquefort 6 11 0. 

1886 Old Joe a 10 9. 

1887 Gamecock a 11 0. 

1888 Playfair a 10 7. 

1889 Frigate a 11 4. 

1890 Ilex 6 10 5. 

1891 Come Away a 11 12. 

1892 Father O'Flynn. a 10 5. 

1893 Cloister a 12 7. 

1894 Why Not a 11 13. 

1895 Wild Man from 

Borneo ... a 

1896 The Soarer a 

1897 Manifesto a 

1898 Drogheda 6 

1899 Manifesto a 

1900 Ambush II 6 

1901 GrudoD a 

1902 Shannon Lass . . a 

1903 Drumcree a 

1904tMoifaa a 

1905 Kirkland a 

1906* Ascetic's Silver a 

1907 Eremon a 

1908JRubio a 

1909HLutteur III . . 5 

1910 Jenkinstown . . 9 

1911 Glenside 9 

1912 Jerry M 9 

1913 Covertcoat 



Jockey. Ran 

. J Tasker 20 

. J Hanlon 20 

.G Stevens 21 

.CBoyce 28 

.W Archer 16 

.C Green 16 

.Mr Thomas 19 

.J Kendall 24 

. H Lamplugh . . 13 

. G Stevens 16 

.G Stevens 25 

.Capt Coventry. 23 
. Mr A Goodman . 30 

. J Page 23 

.Mr Edwards . . .21 

.G Stevens 22 

.G Stevens 23 

.Mr Thomas 25 

.J Page 25 

.Mr Richardson . 28 
.Mr Richardson .22 

.Mr Thomas 19 

.J Cannon 19 

.Mr Hobson 16 

. J Jones 12 

.Mr G Moore... 18 
.MrTBeasley ..14 
.Mr TBeasley ..13 

10 42%.. Lord Manners .12 

11 39 . . Count Kinsky . . 10 
10 5 .. Mr EP Wilson.. 15 
10 10 .. Mr EP Wilson.. 19 

10 14 3 /s..T Skelton 23 

10 10 %.. W Darnels 16 

10 12 . .Mawson 20 

10 1%.. Mr TBeasley... 20 
10 41% • . A Nightingall . . 16 

9 58 . . Mr H Beasley . . 21 
9 48% . . Captain Owen . . 25 

9 422 / i..Dollery 15 

9 452/6 . .A Nightingall . . 14 



10 11.. 10 32 ..Mr JWidger ...19 
9 13.. 10 1 1%.. Mr D Campbell .28 

11 3.. 9 49 ..TKavanagh ...28 

10 12 . 9 43% Gourlay 25 

12 7 . . 9 49% . . G Williamson . . 19 

11 3.. 10 1 ..A Anthony 16 

10 0. . 9 47% • -A Nightingall . .24 

10 1..10 3 ..D Read 21 

11 3 . . 10 02/5 . . P Woodland ... 23 

10 7.. 9 58%.. Birch 26 

11 5.. 9 48%.. F Mason 27 

10 9.. 9 34%.. Hon A Hastings 23 

10 1.. 9 47%..ANewey 23 

10 5. . 10 3% . .H Bletsoe 24 

10 11. . 9 53% . .Parfrement . . .32 
10 5.. 10 4%..R Chadwick ...25 

10 3.. 10 35 ..Mr JRAnthony26 

12 7.. 10 132^..EPJggott 24 

11 6 . . 10 19 . .P. Woodland . . 22 
Fastest time over present course, t Bred in New Zealand. 

X Bred in U.S.A. 11 Bred in France. § Fastest Time. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

GREAT METROPOLITAN STAKES (Epsom) 

Winners since 1885. 
Ran 



17 



1885 Althorp 3y 5st 71b 7 

1886 Postscript 5y 7st 51b. .13 

1887 The Cob 4y 7st 101b. . . 9 

1888 Tissaphernes 4y 7st 41b 7 

1889 Tissaphernes 5y 7st 91b 7 

1890 Partington. . . 3y 6st 21bl5 

1891 Ragimunde 3y 6st 31b. 9 

1892 Colorado 4y 8st 5tb. . . 19 

1893 Madame Neruda II 

5y 7st 9lb 9 

1894 Paddy 5y 7st 131b 9 

1895 Cornbury 4y 6st 51b.. 11 
3896 Fatherless 6y 7-st 81b . . 15 

1897 Soliman 5y 7st 41b 10 

1898 History 4y 8st 41b 7 

1899 King's Messenger 

4y 7st 101b 14 



Ran 
IS 00 King's Messenger 

5y8st81b 15 

1901 Evasit 4y 7st 71b 17 

1902 Congratulation 4y 6-13.15 

1903 Wavelet's Pride 6y 7-3. 9 

1904 Elba 5y 8st 71b 13 

1905 Long Tom 6y 7st 51b . . 12 

1906 Whinbloom 5y 6st 121b. 9 

1907 Father Blind 4y 6st 21b.l4 

1908 Father Blind 5y7stlllb.l5 

1909 Laughing Mirror 4y 6-0.17 

1910 Lagos 5y 9st 01b 21 

1911 Kilbroney 4y 7st 111b. 16 

1912 Accurate 6y 7st 101b. .15 

1913 Annecy 4y 6st 51b 19 



Year. 

1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 

1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 



CITY AND SUBURBAN HANDICAP 

Winner. ys st lb 

Lord Eglinton's Elthiron 5 8 5 . 

Mr Henry's Butterfly 3 412. 

Mr Oliver's Ethelbert 3 5 13. 

Mr Howard's Virago 3 6 4. 

Mr H Hill's Ireland's Eye 5 7 4. 

Mr Ridley's Hospitality 3 6 2. 

Mr Mellish's Adamas 3 6 5. 

Ct Lagrange's M de Chantilly . 4 7 0. 

Capt Grey's Glenbuck 3 4 12. 

Sir H Des Vceux's Comforter. 4 7 0. 

Lord Ailesbury's Can tine 5 8 3 . 

Mr R C Naylor's Sawcutter. . . 4 7 12. 

Mr J Gilby's Adventurer 4 5 12. 

Lord Westmoreland's Merry 

Hart 4 7 6. 

Sir J Hawley's Argonaut 6 8 11. 

Mr Carew's Delight 3 5 9. 

Mr F Swindell's Abcrgeldie. . . 4 7 1. 

Duke of Newcastle's Speculum 3 6 12. 

Mr Bevill's Alpenstock 3 6 3. 

Mr W Graham's Sabinus 3 5 9 . 

Mr J Parry's Jack Spigot 3 6 9. 

Mr Keswick's Digby Grand. . . 4 7 10. 

Mr Brayley's Mornington 5 7 13. 

Lord Rosebery's Aldrich 3 6 4 . 

Mr T Smith's Dalham 4 7 1 . 

Mr H F C Vyner's Thunder. . . 6 9 4 . 

Mr T Gee's Julius Caesar 4 7 10. 

Mr W S Crawfurd's Sef ton 3 5 8 . 

Mr P Lorillard's Parole 6 8 7 . 

Lord Hastings's MasterKildare 5 9 2. 

Lord Alington's Bend Or 4 9 0. 

Lord Rossmore's Passaic 4 6 7. 

Lord Rosebery's Roysterer. . . 5 7 0. 

Lord Bradford's Quicklime . . 5 7 5 . 

Mr Tidy's Bird of Freedom. . . 3 6 4. 

Mr Childwick's RoyalHampton 4 8 4. 

Mr Wardle's Merry Duchess . . 5 7 5 . 

Sir G Chetwynd's Fullerton ... 5 8 4 . 

Mr Leybourne's Goldseeker . . 4 8 . 

Duke of Beaufort's Reved'Or. 6 7 13. 

Col North's Nunthorpe 5 8 4. 



(Epsom) . 
Jockey. Ran 

.Marlow 16 

. Kendal 12 

.Wells 25 

.Wells 23 

.Wells 20 

Bullock 25 

.Fordham . . .13 

.Spreoty 26 

.J Adams 20 

. Custance ... 36 
. L Snowden . . 38 
.TChaloner . .24 
.Noble 29 

.Morgan 25 

.Wells 20 

Kenyon 19 

.Huxtable . ..22 
.Cameron ...27 

.Jeffery 20 

.Rowell 28 

. Crickmere . . 22 
.F Webb..... 30 

. Mordan 25 

, Morbey 19 

Mills 23 

F Archer 23 

.F Archer 28 

.Gallon 28 

,F Archer 18 

,F Archer 21 

F Archer 24 

Weston 14 

. Gallon 18 

Tomlinson . .21 
,F Barrett ...15 

,C Wood 17 

. S Loates 9 

,J Woodburn.14 
T Cannon,jn.l9 
M Cannon. . .15 
M Cannon. . .15 



18 



Year, 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 
CITY AND SUBURBAN— Continued. 



Winner. Time. 

Lord Rosslyn's Buccaneer 4 

Mr Taylor's King Charles 4 

Duke of Westminster'sGreyLeg 3 

Mr T Cannon's Eeminder .... 4 

Mr Barnato's Worcester 6 

Duke of Devonshire's Balsamo 4 

Mr L Brassey's Bay Ronald . . 5 

Mr W Cooper's Newhaven II . . 6 

Mr J Clarke's The Grafter .... a 

Mr S Gollan's Australian Star. 5 

Mr Stedall's First Principal ... 5 7 

M Ephrussi's Brambilla 3 7 

LdCarnarvon'sRobert le Diabls 5 8 

Sir J Miller's Pharisee 6 8 

Mr J B Joel's Dean Swift ... 5 7 

Mrs H V Jackson's Velocity . . 5 9 

Mr J B Joel's Dean Swift a 8 

Mr WHallWalker'sWhiteSagle 4 8 

Mr JLowry'sBachelor's Double 4 8 

Mr T Barine's Mushroom 3 7 

Mr R Mills' Chili LI 4 6 

Mr. G Edwardes's Drinmore . . 5 7 



Jockey. Ran 
10.. G Barrett . ..22 

6..Gough 14 

0. .Bradford . ..11 
9. .M Cannon. ..19 
12. .M Cannon. ..16 
4. .0 Madden. 
0. .W Bradford , 
. . M Cannon . 



..15 

.18 
.17 



8 10.. M Cannon. ..19 



10..WHalsey ...15 

6.. W Bray 20 

1. .Thompson . .15 

2.. W Lane 21 

5..D Maher . ..19 

11.. H Randall ..18 
2 . . H Jones 

12. .Randall 
7..WSaxby.. 

0. .C Trigg 14 

0..W Huxley. ..15 
W Huxley . . 14 



..13 

...16 
...18 



3 . . F Cheshire . . 18 



TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS 

1853 Mr Bowes's West Australian . . 1 

1854 Mr Gully's Hermit 1 

1855 Mr Merry's Lord of the Isles. . 1 

1856 Lord Derby's Fazzoletto 1 

1857 Lord Zetland's Vedette 1 

1858 Sir J Hawley's Fitz Roland. . . 1 

1859 Mr W Day's Promised Land. . 1 

1860 Mr A Nicholls's The Wizard . . 1 

1861 Lord Stamford's Diophantus . . 1 

1862 Mr S Hawke's The Marquis. . . 1 

1863 Mr Naylor's Macaroni 1 

1864 Lord Glasgow's General Peel . . 1 

1865 Ct de Lagrange's Gladiateur. . 1 

1866 Mr R Sutton's Lord Lyon 1 

1867 Duke of Beaufort's Vauban .. . 1 
1868 *Mr Crawfurd's Moslem 1 

1869 Mr Johnstone's Pretender. ... 1 

1870 Mr J Merry's Macgregor 1 

1871 Mr Johnstone's Bothwell 1 

1872 Mr Dawson's Prince Charlie. . . 1 

1873 Mr Crawfurd's Gang Forward . 1 

1874 Lord Falmouth's Atlantic 1 

1875 Mr H C Vyner's Camballo 1 

1876 Lord Dupplin's Petrarch 1 

1877 Count de Lagrange's Chamant. 1 

1878 Lord Lonsdale's Pilgrimage . . 1 

1879 Lord Falmouth's Charibert. . . 1 

1880 Duke of Beaufort's Petronel . . 1 

1881 Hon R Grosvenor's Peregrine. 1 

1882 DukeofWestminster'sShotover 1 

1883 Lord Falmouth's Galliard .... 1 

1884 Mr J Foy's Scot-free 1 

1885 Mr. B.-Cloete's Paradox 1 

1886 Dukeof Westminster' sOrmonde 1 

1887 Mr. D. Baird's Enterprise 1 

1888 Duke of Portland's Ayrshire . . 1 

1889 Mr D Baird's Enthusiast 1 



(Newmarket.) 

49 . .F Butler 7 

49 ..A Day 9 

49 ..T Aldcroft .. 9 

49 ..Flatman 10 

51 . .J Osborne. . .12 

50 ..J W 7 ells 14 

52 ..A Day 9 

55 . .T Ashmall...l5 
43 . .A Edwards. .16 

55 ..T Ashmall...l7 

49 . .T Chaloner.. 9 
48 ..T Aldcroft ..13 

51 . . H Grimshaw . 18 
48 ..Thomas 15 

50 . . G Fordham . 18 

52 ..T Chaloner.. 14 

48 . .J Osborne. . .19 

51 ..J Daley 10 

52 . .J Osborne. . .13 

49 . . J Osborne ... 14 
46 . .T Chaloner. .10 

48 ..F Archer 12 

46 . .J Osborne. ..13 

52 ..Luke 14 

51 ..J Goater 11 

56 . .T Cannon. . .10 

51 ..F Archer 15 

52 ..Fordham ...17 

49 ..FWebb 14 

5 3 2/5.. T Cannon... 18 

50 2 /5. .F Archer 15 

48 ..Piatt 10 

512/5. .F Archer 7 

46^5 . . G Barrett ... 6 
45%.. T Cannon.. . 8 
52 Vfe . . J Osborne ... 6 
52 1 /o. .T Cannon. .. 9 



THE SPOETING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 
UINEAS— Continued. 



19 



TWO THOUSAND G 
Year. Winner. 

1890 Mr A W Merry's Surefoot 

1891 Lord Alington's Common .... 1 

1892 Mr Rose's Bonavista 1 

1893 Mr M'Calmont's Isinglass 1 

1894 Lord Rosebery's Ladas 1 

1895 Sir J B Maple's Kirkconnel. . . 1 

1896 Mr L Rothschild's St Frusquin 1 

1897 Mr Guggins's Galtee More 1 

1898 Mr W Johnstone's Disraeli 1 

1899 Dk of Westminster'sFlyingFox 1 

1900 Prince of Wales's Diamond 

Jubilee 1 

1901 Sir E Cassel's Handicapper 



Time. 
1 49% 
~ 47 
54 

422/5 

44 

422/s 

44% 
43 



41% 
43 . 
39 

42 



.H Jones . 
.W Halsey 
. H Randall 
. J Martin 



38%. -K Cannon 

41%..H Jones . 
43%. .H Jones . 
41%..W Higgs. 
44% . . O Madden 



37% 
40% , 
37% 

382/s 

38% 



,H Jones 
.D Maher. 
.G. Stern 
. D Maher . 
,J Reiff. 



.10 



Jockey. Ran 
.Liddiard .... 9 
. G Barrett . 
.W Robinson. 14 
, .T Loates. . 
.J Watts.. 
.J Watts. . 
.T Loates. 
.C Wood.. 
.S Loates. 
.M Cannon. 



1902 Mr Sievier's Sceptre 1 

1903 Sir J Miller's Rock Sand 1 

1904 Mr L de Rothschild's St.Amant 1 

1905 Mr W F de Wend-Fenton's 

Vedas 1 

1906 Mr Arthur James's ' Gorgos ,'. '. 1 

1907 Capt Greer's Sliev-e Gallion . . 1 

1908 Mr A Belmont's Norman III. . 1 

1909 His Majesty's Minora 1 

1910 Lord Rosebery's Neil Gow. ... 1 
1911fMr. J. B. Joel's Sunstar 1 

1 912 Mr H B Duryea's Sweeper II . 1 

1913 Mr W Raphael's Louvois 1 

* Walked over and divided after a dead heat with Mr Graham's 

Formosa (Fordham) t Fastest Time. 



.14 



ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS 

1856 Mr W Brook's Manganese. ... 1 

1857 Mr J Scott's Imperieuse 1 

1858 Mr Oratwicke's Governess. ... 1 

1859 Mi Crawfurd's Mayonaise 1 

1860 Lord Derby's Sagitta 1 

1861 Mr Fleming's Nemesis 1 

1862 Lord Falmouth's Hurricane. . . 1 

1863 Lord Stamford's Lady Augusta 1 

1864 Baron Rothschild's Tomato. . . 1 

1865 Duke of Beaufort's Siberia. ... 1 

1866 Marquis of Hastings's Repulse. 1 

1867 Col Pearson's Achievement ... 1 

1868 Mr Graham's Formosa . 1 

1869 D of Beaufort's Scottish Queen 1 

1870 Mr J Dawson's Hester 1 

1871 Baron Rothschild's Hannah . . 1 

1872 Mr Lefevre's Reine 1 

1873 Lord Falmouth's Cecilia 1 

1874 Mr Launde's Apology 1 

1875 Lord Falmouth's Spinaway. . . 1 

1876 Count Lagrange's Camelia. ... 1 

1877 Lord Hartington's Belphcebe . . 1 

1878 Lord Lonsdale's Pilgrimage ... 1 

1879 LdFalmouth'sWheel ofFortune 1 

1880 Mr T Walker's Elizabeth 1 

1881 Mr Crawfurd's Thebais 1 

1882 Mr Crawfurd's St Marguerite. . 1 

1883 Mr C J Lefevre's Hauteur 1 

1884 Mr Abington's Busybody 1 

1885 Duke of Westminster'sFarewell 1 
1883 Duke ofHamilton'sMissJnmmy 1 



(Newmarket). 

50 . . J Osborne. . . 5 

53 . .Flatman 8 

52 . .Ashmall 9 

54 . . Fordham ... 4 

51 ..Aldcroft ....13 

50 . .Fordham ... 9 

52 ..Ashmall 11 

48 . .A Edwards. .10 

53 ..Wells 15 

53 ..Fordham ...11 

51 . .T Cannon ... 9 
51 . .Custance ... 7 

45 . . Fordham 8 

53 . .Fordham. ... 9 
51 i . . J Grimshaw. .10 
51 . .Maidmsnt. . . 7 

46 . .Parry 11 

47 . .Morris 14 

472 . .J Osborne. . . 9 

47 . .F Archer 6 

53£ ..Glover 13 

55 . .H Jeffery . . . 19 
59 . .T Cannon ... 9 

54 . .¥. Archer ... 8 

53 ..CWood 10 

50 . .Fordham. .. .13 

552/5. ,C Wood 6 

50 % . . Fordham 9 

47 . . T Cannon ... 6 
47%.. G Barrett . . . it) 
5 22/1.. J Watts 10 



20 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS— Continued. 
Year. Winner. Time. Jockey. 

1887 Duke of Beaufort's Reve d' Or. 1 47% C Wood 

1888 Mr D Baird's Briar-root 1 44 . " 

1889 Mr Vyner's Minthe 1 52 . 

1890 Duke of Portland's Semolina. . 1 48% . . - 

1891 Mr N Fenwick's Mimi 1 44% . .Bickaby . 

1892 Baron Hirsch's La Fleche 1 52% . . G Barrett 

1893 Sir J B Maple's Siffleuse 1 53 . .T Loates. 

1894 Duke of Portland's Amiable.. 1 46 ..W Bradford 

1895 Mr Fairie's Galeottia 1 47% . .F Pratt . 



1896 Prince of Wales's Thais 1 

1897 Lord Rosebery's Chelandry. . . 1 

1898 Sir J B Maple's Nun Nicer 1 

1899 Lord W Beresford's Sibola 1 

1900 Mr L Brassey's Winifreda 1 _ 

1901 Sir J Miller's Aida 1 44% . . D Maher 

1902 Mr Sievier's Sceptre 1 40% . . H Randall 

1903 Lord Falmouth's Quintessence. 1 ' 

1904 Maj. E. Loder's Pretty Polly. . 1 

1905 MrWHaU Walker's Cherry Lass 1 

1906 Sir Daniel Cooper's Flair 1 

1907 Mr W H Walker's Witch Elm. . 1 _ 

1908 Mr R Croker's Rhodora ...... 1 43% . .L Lyne . . 

1909 Mr L Neumann's Electra 1 40% . .B Dillon . . 

1910 Mr W Astor's Winkipop 1 41 . .B Lynham 

1911 Mr J A de Rothschild's Atmali 1 38% . .F Fox 

1912 Mr W Raphael's Tagalie 1 39% . . L Hewitt . . 

1913 Mr J B Joel's Jest 1 40% . .F Rickaby 



Rar 

32 

Warne 

J Woodburn.14 

J Watts 10 

.12 



.11 
.13 
.15 
.19 
. 9 
.15 
.14 
.10 
.15 
.15 
.12 
. 7 
.19 
.12 
.17 
.19 
.10 
.13 
.16 
.13 
.22 



46%.. J Watts... 
42%.. J Watts... 
48% . . S Loates . , 
44%.. J T Sloan . 
46 ..S Loates., 



48 ..H Randall. 
40 ..W Lane.. 
43%..GM'Call .. 
403/ 5 .. B Dillon .. 
42%. .B Lynham 



THE CHESTER CUP. 

Year. Winner. ys st 

1859 Mr F Higgins's Leamington ... 68 

1860 Lord Ailesbury's St Albans. ..35 

1861 Mr Barber's Ben Webster 4 7 

1862 Mr Jackson's Tim Whiffler 3 6 

1863 Sir J Hawley's Asteroid 5 9 

1864 Mr Hughes's Flash-in- the-Pan. a 6 

1865 Mr W G Bennett's Dalby 4 6 

1866 Mr W G Bennett's Dalby 5 7 

1867 Mr A Heathcote's Beeswing. . . 4 7 

1868 Mr Hodgman's Paul Jones 3 6 

1869 Lord Calthorpe's Knight of the 

Garter 5 Q 

1870 Mr Hughes's bur Mary Ann ! '. . 5 6 

1871 Mr W H Scott's Glenlivat 4 6 

1872 Mr W Nicholl's Inveresk 3 5 

1873 Mr Bowes's Field Marshal 5 6 

1874 Mr R C Vyner's Organist 3 6 

1875 Mr Heneage's Freeman 6 7 

1876 Mr Johnstone's Tam o' Shanter 5 6 

1877 Mr F Gretton's Pageant 6 7 

1878 Mr F Gretton's Pageant a 8 

1879 Lord Dupplin's Reefer 4 7 

1880 Mr L de Rothschild's Fashion.. 3 6 

1881 Sir J D Astley's Windsor 4 6 

1882 Lord Rosebery's Prudhomme. . 5 8 

1883 Mr L de Rothschild's Biserta ..36 

1884 Mr C J Merry's Havock 6 7 

1885 Mr H B Craig's Merry Prince . . 5 7 

1886 Duke of Beaufort's Eastern 

Emperor 5 8 

1887 Mr Somers's Carlton 4 7 



Jockey. Ran 

.Wells 33 

, G French 29 

L Snowden. .16 

Doyle 22 

Wells 12 

Morris 20 

Hibberd 21 

Hibberd 17 

Prior 21 

Jeffery 17 

.Fordham ...12 
Newhouse ..16 
G Jarvis .... 15 

Griffiths 14 

Griffiths 10 

Glover 15 

, Glover 9 

Thompson . . 18 

. Glover .10 

,T Cannon . ..10 

Luke 10 

, Greaves .... 10 

Weston 10 

Lemaire 7 

S Loates 6 

C Wood 11 

S Loates 7 

. G Barrett ... 9 
. G Barrett ... 10 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

THE CHESTER CUP— Continued. 
Winner. ys st lb Jockey. 



21 



Year. 

1888 MrJG Homf ray's Kinsky. 

1889 Mr B Maple's Mill Stream 6 

1890 Mr S J Baker's Tyrant 5 

1891 Baron Hirsch's Vasistas 5 

1892 Mr C Perkins's Dare Devil 4 

1893 Mr C Perkins's Dare Devil 5 

1894 Lord Penrhyn's Quaesitum .... 4 

1895 Capt Machell'sKilsallaghan. . . 5 

1896 Mr Dobell's The Rush 4 

1897 M R Lebaudy's Count 

Schomberg 5 

1898 Mr Pack's Up Guards 4 

1899 Mr Teddy's Uncle Mac 5 

1900 Mr C A Brown's Roughside ... a 

1901 Mr Lorillard's David Garrick . . 4 

1902 Mr J Collins's Carabine 4 

1903 Mr G Thursby's Vendale 4 

1904 Mr W H Walker's Sandboy ... 4 

1905 Mr W Lowe's Imari 4 

1906 Mr O W Rayner's Feather Bed 4 

1907 M M Caillault's Querido 4 

1908 Lord Derby's Glacis 4 

1909 Mr Leopold de Rothschild's 

Santo Strato 4 

1910 Mr Reid Walker's Elizabetta . . 4 

1911 Mr C E Howard's Willonyx. . . 4 

1912 Mr T Nolan's Rathlea a 

1913 Mr H A Crallan's The Guller. . 4 



Ran 
8 12.. Watts 12 



7 9 



4. .T Loates 11 

O..Chandley 10 

3.. G Barrett ...12 

5. .Mullen 9 

1 . . Fagan 8 

0..T Loates 11 

Finlay 16 

5. .0 Madden. ..11 



8 10 . . S Loates . . . 

6 13.. S Chandley. 

7 7.. F Finlay ... 

7 5.. J T Sloan . . 

8 10 ~ 



12 
16 
13 
14 
.LReiff 16 



8 

7 8 



.MAylin 16 

.C Trigg 15 

.Griggs 12 

. Saxby 10 

.ATemplemanl5 
.JReiff......l2 

.FWootton ..13 



9 
6 11 



.0 Madden. ..10 
.S Wootton ..21 

2..WHiggs 14 

5..CFoy 12 

6. .J Ledson 19 



KEMPTON PARK GREAT JUBILEE HANDICAP. 



Year. Winner. 

1887 Mr H T Barclay's Bendigo 

1888 Mr Vyner's Minting 

1889 General Byrne's Amphion . . . 

1890 Sir J T Mackenzie's The Imp . 

1891 Col North's Nunthorpe 

1892 Mr A Kilsyth's Euclid 

1893 Mr Houldsworth's Orvieto 

1894 SirW Throckmorten'sAvington 

1895 Mr T Worton's Victor Wild. . . 

1896 Mr T Worton's Victor Wild. . . 

1897 Mr A F Calvert's Clwyd 

1898 Mr R Walker's Dinha Forget. . 

1899 Lord W Beresford's Knight of 

the Thistle 

1900 Mr L Neumann's Sirenia 

1901 Mr G Edwardes's Santoi 

1902 Mr Higham's Royal George. . . 

1903 Mr A P Cunliffe's Ypsilanti. . . 

1904 Mr A P Cunliffe's Ypsilanti. . . 

1905 Mr T W Blenkiron's Ambition 

1906 Sir E Vincent's Donnetta 

1907 Mr W H Walker's Polar Star . . 

1908 Mr A F Basset's Hay den 

1909 Mr A Bendon's Ebor 

1910 Race abandoned owing to death 

1911 Sir G Murray's Bachelor's 

Double 

1912 Mr D M'Calmont's Bachelor's 

Hope 

1913 Mr W Hall Walker's Absolute. 



ys st 



b Jockey. Ran 

7.. J Watts 18 

0..F Webb 19 

1. .Bradbury . . .16 
1. .R Chaloner 
0. .M Cannon. 
4 . . G Brown . . 
5 . . M Cannon . . 

L.Calder 20 

4..W Bradford. 18 
7. .W Bradford. 15 
5. .N Robinson. 14 
7.. N Robinson .16 



17 
.19 
.21 
.11 



8 4.. J T Sloan. ..17 
8 6..F Rickaby ..20 
8 9..F Rickaby ..22 

6 9.. FW Hardy.. 17 

8 1..B Dillon 19 

9 5..B Dillon 16 

7 1 . . Evans 14 

8 11.. D Maher . ..15 
7 12.. W Higgs 12 

6 12.. Piper 12 

7 7..C Trigg 14 

of the King. 

5 8 11. .S Donoghue .11 

4 7 2..A Whalley . .12 
4 6 12.. W Buckley. .1 



22 



THE SPOETING CHEON1CLE ANNUAL. 



THE DERBY (Epsom). 

Year. Winner. Time Jockey Ran 

J 858 Sir J Hawley's Beadsman 2 54 . .Weils 23 

1859 Sir J. Hawley's Musjid 2 59 . . Wells 30 

1860 Mr Merry's Thormanby 2 55 . . Custance ... 30 

1861 Col Townley's Kettledrum 2 43 . .Bullock 18 

1832 Mr Snewing's Caractacus 2 45i . .J Parson's. . .34 

1863 Mr R C Naylor's Macaroni 2 501 . .T Chaloner. .31 

1864 Mr W I'Anson's Blair Athol. . 2 43 . . J Snowden. .30 

1865 Count Lagrange's Gladiateur. . 2 46 . .H Grimsliaw.29 

1866 Mr R Sutton's Lord Lyon 2 50 . . Custance ... 26 

1867 Mr Chaplin's Hermit 2 52 . . J Daley 30 

1868 Sir J Hawley's Blue Gown 2 43 . .Wells 18 

1869 Mr Johnstone's Pretender 2 52£ . .J Osborne. . .22 

1870 Lord Falmouth's Kingcraft. . . 2 45 . .T French 15 

1871 Baron Rothschild's Favonius . . 2 50 . . T French 17 

1872 Mr Saville's Cremorne 2 45+ . .Maidment. . .23 

1873 Mr Merry's Doncaster 2 50 . .F Webb 12 

1874 Mr Cartwright's George 

Frederick 2 46 . . Custance ... 20 

1875 Prince Batthyany's Galopin. . 2 48 . .Morris 18 

1876 Mr A Baltazzi's Kisber 2 44 . .Maidment . . 15 

1877 Lord Falmouth's Silvio 2 50 . .F Archer ... 17 

1878 Mr W S Crawfurd's Sefton 2 56 . .Constable . . .22 

1879 Mr Acton's Sir Bevys 3 2 . .Fordham ... 23 

1880 Duke of Westminster's Bend Or 2 46 . .F Archer 19 

1881 Mr P Lorillard's Iroquois 2 50 . .F Archer 15 

1882 Duke of Westminster'sShotover 2 45 3 , h . .T Cannon. . .14 

1883 Sir F Johnstone's St Blaise. . . 2 48% . . C Wood 11 

1QO JMr Hammond's St Gatien ... \ . A1/ JCWood ..|i^ 

1884 1 Sir J Willoughby's Harvester / 2 46 ^ \ S Loates . . i ±0 

1885 Lord Hastings's Melton 2 43% . .Archer 12 

1888 D of Westminster's Ormonde. . 2 45% . .Archer 9 

1887 Mr Abington's Merry Hampton 2 43 ..Watts 11 

1888 Duke of Portland's Ayrshire. . 2 42% . .F Barrett. . . 9 

1889 Duke of Portland's Donovan. . 2 45% . .T Loates 13 

1890 Sir J Miller's Sainfoin 2 49% . . J Watts 8 

1891 Sir F Johnstone's Common. . . 2 56% . .G Barrett. . . 11 

1892 Lord Bradford's Sir Hugo 2 44 . .Allsop 13 

1893 Mr M'Calmont's Isinglass 2 43 . .T Loates 11 

1894 Lord Rosebery's Ladas . 2 45% . .J Watts 7 

1895 Lord Rosebery's Sir Yisto 2 43% . .S Loates 15 

1896 Prince of Wales's Persimmon . . 2 42 . . J Watts 11 

1897 Mr Gubbin's Galtee More 2 44 . .C Wood 11 

1898 Mr J W Larnach's Jeddah 2 47 . . O Madden. . . 18 

1899 Duke of Westminster's Flying 

Fox . 2 42% . .M C?,nnon. . . 12 

1900 Prince of Wales's D amond 

Jubilee 2 42 . . H Jones 14 

1901 Mr Whitney's Volodyovski. . . 2 40% . .L Reiff 25 

1902 Mr Gubbin's Ard Patrick 2 43% . . J H Martin . .38 

1903 Sir J Miller's Rock Sand 2 42% . .D Maher 7 

1904 Mr L de Rothschild's St Amant 2 45% . .K Cannon. . . 8 

1905 Lord Rosebery's Cicero 2 39% . .D Maher ... 9 

1906 Major E Loder's Spearmint. . . 2 36% . .D Maher . . .22 

1907 Mr R Croker's Orby 2 44 ..J Reiff 9 

1908 Chev Ginistrelli's Signorinetta. 2 39% . .Bullock 18 

1909 His Majesty's Minora 2 42% . .H Jones 15 

1910 Mr Fairie's Lemberg 2 35% . ,B Dillon 15 

1911 Mr J B Joel's Sunstar 2 36% . .G Stern 20 

1912 Mr W Raphael's Tagalie 2 38 % . .J Reiff 2o 

1913 *Mr A P Cunliffe's Aboyeur 2 37% . . E Piper 15 

*Mr Bower Ismay's Craganour finished first but was disqualified 

for bumping and boring. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



23 



Year 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 

1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 

1890 
1891 



1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 

1912 

1913 



THE OAKS (Epsom). 

Winner. Time. 

Mr G Jones's Formosa 2 47£ , 

Sir F Johnstone's Brigantine. . 2 59 

Mr G Jones's Gamos 2 52 

Baron Rothschild's Hannah .. . 2 51 

Mr Lefevre's Heine 2 52 . 

Mr Merry's Marie Stuart 2 50 1 . 

Mr Launde's Apology 2 48£ . 

Lord Falmouth's Spinaway. . . 2 49i . 

M A Lupin's Enguerrande .... ?, 50 . 

Mr Pulteney's Placida 2 54£ . 

Lord Falmouth's Jannette. ... 2 54 . 
Lord Falmouth's Wheel of 

Fortune 3 2 

Mr Perkins's Jenny Howlet. . . 2 49 

Mr Crawfurd's Thebais 2 46 

Lord Stamford's Geheimniss. . 2 49 . 

Lord Bosebery's Bonnie Jean. 2 53 

Mr Abington's Busybody 2 49 . 

Lord Cadogan's Lonely 2 43% - 

Duke ofHamilton'sMissJummy 2 54% . 

Duke of Beaufort's Beved'Or. 2 50%. 

Lord Calthorpe's Seabreeze. . . 2 42% . 
Lord B Churchill's L'Abbesse 

de Jouarre 2 45 

Duke of Portland's Memoir. . . 2 40% . 

Mr Neol Fenwick's Mimi 2 54% . 

Baron Hirsch's La Fleche 2 43 % . 

Duke of Portland's Mrs. 

Butterwick 2 44% . 

Duke of Portland's Amiable. 2 50 

Sir J Miller's La Sagesse 2 48% . 

Ld Derby's CanterburyPilgrim 2 45% . 

Lord Hindlip's Limasol 2 45 . 

Mr Jones's Airs and Graces. . 2 45%. 

Mr D Baird's Musa 2 44 . 

Duke of Portland's La Boche. 2 45% . 

Mr F Keene's Cap & Bells II . . 2 44% . 

Mr Sievier's Sceptre 2 46% . 

Mr J B Joel's Our Lassie 2 44% . 

Major E Loder's Pretty Polly. 2 46% . 

MrWHallWalker's Cherry Lass 2 38 . 

Lord Derby's Keystone II. . . 2 38%. 

Mr J B Joel's Glass Doll 2 42 . 

ChevGinistrelli'sSignorinetta. 2 42%. 

Mr W C Cooper's Perola 2 39% . 

Sir W Bass's Bosedrop 2 38 % . 

Mr W Broderick Cloete's 

Cherimoya 2 41% . 

M J Prat's Mirska 2 43% . 

Mr J B Joel's Jest 2 37%. 



THE MANCHESTER CUP. 

Year. Winner. ys ;.t lb 

1850§Lord Stanley's Legerdemain. . 4 7 6. 

1851 Mr Pedley's Paquetta 3 4 0. 

1852 Mr Saxon's Black Doctor. .... 4 8 3 . 

1853 Mr Dawson's Chief Justice 6 7 10. 

1854 Mr T Parr's Bataplan 4 9 3. 

1855 Mr T Parr's Saucebox 3 5 10 . 

1856 Mr Barber's Pretty Boy 3 5 4 . 

1857 Mr Foster's Underhand 3 7 10. 

1858 Mr J Thompson's Heme 3 6 10 . 



Jockey. 


Ban 


.Fordham . 


. . 9 


. Cannon . . . 


.15 


.Fordham . 


. . 7 


. Maidment 


. . 9 


. Fordham . 


..17 


.T Cannon. 


.18 


.J Osborne. 


..11 


. F Archer . . 


. 7 


. Hudson . . 


.14 


.H Jeffery . 


. 9 


. F Archer . . 


. 8 


.F Archer. . 


. 8 


.J Snowden 


.13 


.Fordham . 


.12 


.T Cannon. 


. D 


.J Watts. . . 


.14 


.T Cannon. 


. 9 


. F Archer . . 


.10 


. J Watts . . . 


.12 


.C Wood. .. 


. 9 


.Bobinson . 


. 6 


.J Woodburn.12 


.J Watts.. . 


. 7 


.F Bickaby 


. 6 


.G Barrett. 


. 7 


.J Watts... 


17 


.W Bradford. 11 


. S Loates . . 


.15 


.F Bickaby 


.11 


.W Bradford. 8 


.W Bradford. 13 


.0 Madden. 


.12 


.M Cannon. 


.14 


.M Henry. . 


.21 


.H Bandall 


.14 


.M Cannon 


.10 


. W Lane . . 


. 4 


. H Jones . . 


.12 


.D Maher . 


.12 


.H Bandall 


.14 


. Bullock . . 


.13 


.F Wootton 


.14 


.C Trigg.. . 


.11 


.F Winter. . 


. 21 


.J Childs .. 


.14 


.F. Bickaby 


.12 


Jockey. 


Ran 


. Charlton . . 


. 8 


. Carroll . . . 


. 8 


.J Osborne. 


. 9 


.TLye .... 


.16 


.Flatman . . 


. 9 


.Fordham . 


. 6 


. Fordham . . 


. 9 


. G Oates . . . 


.10 


. Bullock . . 


.13 



24 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 
THE MANCHESTER CUP— Continued. 



Year. Winner. 

1859 Mr Osborne's Little Agnes 

1860 Mr Barber's Ben Webster 3 

1861 Mr H H O'Hara's Ivanhoff. . . 3 

1862 Mr H H O'Hara's Ivanhoft. . . 4 

1863 Mr T Parr's Isoline 3 

1864*Captain Gray's Trust 4 

1865 Mr Hudson's Cathedral 4 

1866 Mr Handley's Retrousse 3 

1867tMr Sutton's Dunsany 5 

1868IIMr Eastwood's Buttercup 3 

1869 Mr Gilbey's Ploughboy 5 

1870 Lord Wilton's Muster 3 

1871 D of Hamilton's Monseigneur . 4 

1872 Mr J Watson's Sir Bertram. . . 4 

1873 Lord Paget's Indian Ocean. . . 6 

1874 Mr Johnstone's Cambuslang.. 4 

1875 Mr Cockin's Innishowen 3 

1876 Mr Thorold's Conseil 5 

1877 Mr C Ryan's Umpire 4 

1878 Mr J Houldsworth's Attalus. . 3 

1879 Mr H Bragg's Lartington 3 

1880 Mr F Gretton's Isonomy 5 

1881 Captain Machell's Valour. ... 6 

1882 Lord Ellesmere's Wallenstein. 5 

1883 Mr R Peck's Primrose II 4 

1884 Mr J Hammond's Florence. . . 4 

1885 Sir R Jardine's Borneo 4 

1886 Sir R Jardine's Riversdale .... 3 

1887 Mr Somers's Carlton 4 

1888 Lord Bradford's Merry Andrew 3 

1889 Mr L de Rothschild's Cotillon. 

1890 Lord R Churchill's L'Abbesse 

de Jouarre 4 

1891 Mr Vyner's Lily of Lumley. . . 5 

1892 Mr B Maple's Balmoral 4 

5 
6 
4 



ys st lb Jockey Ran 

3 5 5 . . Grimshaw . . 6 

3 7 L.Entwistle ... 5 

3 6 0.. Doyle 8 

4 8 12..Aldcroft 3 

6 4 . . Cannon 7 

7 6 . . Chaloner ... 3 

8 12.. J Osborne. .. 5 
5 10.. Kenyon 6 

. Thomas 6 

. Wilson 4 

Mordan 4 



8 12 
5 7 
7 3 
7 9 

7 



4 8 



Maidment 
Coringham 
6 12.. Griffiths .. 
8 12.. T Osborne. 
. G Cooke . . 
.Morgan . . 
.Macdonald 

.Glover 19 

. Hopkins .... 16 

.Bell 18 

.T Cannon... 21 

9. .F Archer 18 

5..C Wood 15 

6..C Wood 16 

2 . . S Loates 18 

1..F Barrett. ..15 
1..W Glover. ..10 
9..G Barrett. . .14 
1 . . G Chaloner . . ft 
3..F Barrett .. 



7 5 

5 7 

7 3 

8 12 

6 4 
6 1 

9 12 
8 

8 
7 
7 
7 



. 3 
.12 

. 7 
. 8 
.15 
16 

12 



16 



8 8..T Cannon. ..18 
7 0. .Bradbury ...13 
7 6..Woodburn ..14 

7 1.. Mullen 14 

7 12..Woodburn 

7 7 . . Finlay 

8 L.Calder.. . 
7 6 . . Allsopp . . 

7 3..SChandley 

6 10.. H Luke, jn..l0 

8 13.. M Cannon... 7 

7 9. .K Cannon 



.11 

.10 

9 



1893 Mr Buchanan's Shancrotha 
10ft .,jMr Buchanan's Shancrotha . 
1894? \ Sir R j ar di n e's Red Ensign. 

1895 Prince of Wales's Florizel II. . . 4 

1896 Mr Buchanan's The Docker. . . 5 

1897 Mr E M Inglis's Piety 4 

1898 Mr R C Vyner's King Crow. . . 4 

1899 Mr J Hammond's Herminius. . 5 

1900 Duke of Portland's La Roche. 3 

1901 Mr J Dawson, jun.'s, Rambling 

Katie 4 6 3. .J Childs . . . 

1902HMrAM Singer's Rambling Katie 5 6 11. . J E Watts. 
1903 Lord Howard de Walden's 

Zinfandel 3 6 12..TL Miller. 

1904J /Mr W Goodchild's Scullion. . 6 8 6. .H Randall 

(Mr P P Gilpin's Roe O'Neill. 4 7 13. .W Lane. . . 

1905 Mr R H Henning's Airship. . . 4 7 10. .F Bullock. 

1906 Mr Sol Joel's Bachelor's Button a 9 . . D Maher . . 

1907 Mr J A de Rothschild's Beppo 4 8 9..WHiggs.. 

1908 Mr W H Walker's Polar Star. . 4 8 7 . .H Jones . . 

1909 Lord H de Walden's Cargill. . . 5 8 4..WSaxby.. 

1910 Race abandoned owing to death of the King. 

1911 Mr E Hulton's Marajax 4 7 11. .F Wootton. .13 

1912 Lord Derby's Donnithorne. . . 3 6 4. .C Longhurst. 9 

1913 Mr L de Rothschild's Lorenzo. 4 8 3 . . A Whalley . . 23 
§Ran at Castle Irwell. * Won after a dead heat with Oldminster 

6ys, 8st 121b. t Divided after a dead heat with Deceit, 3ys, 6st 101b. 
I'New Barns. X Dead heat, stakes divided, f At New Castle Irwell. 



.12 

12 
.15 

.11 
}!0 

.11 

.14 
.16 
.13 
.16 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



25 



THE ASOOT STAKES. 

Year. Winner. ys st lb Jockey. Ran 

1885 Baron de Hirsch's Althorp 3 6 12. .F Barrett. . . 9 

1886 Lord Ellesmere's Belinda 5 7 1 . . J Woodburn. 11 

1887 Mr J Hammond's Eurasian.. 5 8 6..F Barrett... 7 

1888 Mr Jameson's Dan Dancer. ... 4 6 7. . Allsopp 10 

1889 Sir R Jardine's Lord Lome 3 6 7 , . S Chandley . . 12 

1890 Sir R Jardine's Lord Lome 4 7 13.. Fagan 8 

1891 Mr Lowther's Houndsditch. . . 5 7 9. .Fagan 10 

1892 Mr E Loder's Billow 4 6 7. .A Watts 10 

1893 Sir R Jardine's Eimiskillen 5 8 7 . . T Loates 15 

1894 Mr A Taylor, jun's, Aborigine. 4 7 12. .G Barrett. . .11 

1895 Capt Machell's Ravensbury. . . 5 9 9. .M Cannon. . . 9 

1896 M E de St Alary's Arleauin. . .365. .Fearis 8 

1897 M C R Halbronn's Masque II. 3 7 9. .Weatherdon.21 

1898 Mr Hammond's Herminius. . . 4 7 11. .C Wood 15 

1899 Lord Rosebery's Tom Cringle. 4 7 9. .S Loates. . . .11 

1900 Lord Carnarvon's Baldur 4 7 2. . J T Sloan. . .11 

1901 Mr F Keene's Sinopi 5 8 2..D Maher 16 

1902 Mr W Goodchild's Scullion. . . 4 6 12. . W Bray 13 

1903 Mr H E Randall's Genius 5 7 . .E Wheatley. 18 

1904 Mr G Miller's Merry Andrew. . 5 7 6. .J Rollason . .22 

1905 Mr W Hall Walker's Sandboy 5 8 7..H Jones 19 

1906 Mr W M G Singer's Pradella. . a 8 4. .0 Madden . .22 

1907 Mr W M G Singer's Torpoint. . a 8 4. .0 Madden. . .11 

1908 Mi* J M Bell's Turbine 5 7 11. . Wm Griggs . . 13 

1909 Mr L Robinson's Rushcutter. . 4 8 5..F Wootton..l5 

1910 Sir R C Garton's Declare 4 8 3 . . Wm Griggs . . 14 

1911 Mr C E Howard's Willonyx. . . 4 8 4. .W Higgs 14 

1912 Mr F S Barnard's The Policeman 4 7 12 . .H Robbins. . 11 

1913 Lord Carnarvon's Rivoli 4 8 1 . .E Piper 22 



THE ROYAL HUNT CUP (Ascot). 



Year. Winner. 

1855 Lord Clifden's Chalice 

1856 Mr Murland's Forbidden Fruit 

1857 Lord Londesborough's Rosa 

Bonheur 

1858 MrEastwood'sHesperithusa(hb) 
1859*001 Pearson's King-at-Arms . . 

1860 Mr Sargent's Crater 

1861 Lord Portsmouth's Buccaneer. 

1862 Mr J Day's Canary 

1863 Mr Hodgman's Victor 

1864 Mr Longfleld's Gem of the Sea 

1865 Mr W Robinson's Gratitude. . . 

1866 Mr G Angel's Attache 

1867 Baron Rothschild's Jasper .... 

1868 Sir J Hawley's Satyr 

1869 Lord Wilton's See-Saw 

1870 Sir F Johnstone's Judge 

1871 Sir F Johnstone's Valuer 

1872 Mr Savfle's Ripponden 

1873 Mr G Clive's Winslow 

1874 Mr H Bird's Lowlander 

1875 Mr Dawson's ThuringianPrince 

1876 Sir J D Astley's Hopbloom. . . 

1877 Lord Wilton's Cradle 

1878 Mr J Best's Julius Caesar 

1879 Capt Machell's Mandarin 



ys st lb Jockey. Ran 
3 6 5. .Fordham . . .24 
3 6 . . Cresswell ... 28 



3 


5 


10. 


. C Raynor . . 


.25 


3 


5 


6. 


. T Chaloner . 


.28 


3 


7 


2. 


. Britton .... 


35 


3 


6 


13. 


.W Bottom . 


.27 


4 


8 


7. 


. J Goater . . . 


.33 


4 


6 


0. 


.Deacon 


.37 


4 


5 


12. 


.Morris 


28 


4 


7 


10. 


. H Grimshaw 


. 3 


5 


7 


8. 


. H Covey . . . 


.25 


4 


7 


12. 


. Parry 


.29 


3 


6 


4, 


.H JeSfery .. 


30 


4 


8 


1 . 


.J Adams. . . 


.21 


4 


8 


7. 


.Fordham . . 


.22 


4 


6 


6, 


. Newhouse . 


.29 


6 


6 


6. 


. G Jarvis . . . 


.29 


4 


7 


2. 


. H Covey . . . 


.19 


4 


8 


9, 


.Fordham . . 


.27 


4 




7. 


.Constable . . 


.26 


4 


7 


4. 


.C Wood 


.20 


3 


6 


0. 


.Hopkins . . . 


.22 


4 


6 


4. 


.Hopkins . . . 


22 


5 


8 


6. 


. F Archer . . . 


.19 


a 


8 


4. 


.C Wood 


28 



26 



THE SPOKTING CHEON1CLE ANNUAL. 



THE EOYAL HUNT CUP- 

Year. Winner. ys 

1880 Mr Foy's Strathern 4 

1881 Sir J D Astley's Peter. . 5 

1882 Mr Gerard's Sweetbread . . 3 

1883 Mr Gerard's Elzevir °. 

1884 Mr Jardine's Acrostic 5 

1885 Duke of Beaufort's Eastern 

Emperor 4 

1886 Mr W Gilbert's Despair a 

1887 Mr Manton's Gay Hermit 4 

1888 Capt Machell's Shillelagh 3 

1889 Mr D Henty's Whitelegs 4 

1890 Lord Hartington's Morion .... 3 

1891 Mr Hammond's Laureate II. . . 5 

1892 Mr M'Calmont's Suspender ... 3 

1893 Baron Bothschild's Amandier.. 5 

1894 Mr Worton's Victor Wild 4 

1895 Mr A F Basset's Clorane 4 

1896 Lord Rosebery's Quarrel 5 

1897 Mr H M'Calmont's Knight of 

the Thistle 4 

1898 Mr L de Bothschild's Jaque- 

mart 4 

1899 Mr D J Jardine's Refractor. . . 3 

1900 Mr J Drake's Royal Flush a 

1901 Mr J B Leigh's Stealaway 4 

1902 Lord Carnarvon's The Solicitor 4 

1903 Mr L de Rothschild's Kunstler 5 
1304 Mr Keswick's Csardas 5 

1905 Mr F Alexander's Andover .... 4 

1906 Mr Reid Walker's Dinneford . . 4 

1907 Mr W B Purefoy's Lally 4 

1908 Mr Dobell's Billy the Verger. . 4 

1909 Mr A Bailey's Dark Ronald. . . 4 

1910 Mr W W Bailey's Bachelor's 

Double 4 

1911 Mr W M G Singer's Moscato. . 5 

1912 Mr H P Nickall's Eton Boy ... 4 

1913 Mr S B Joel's Long Set 6 

* After a dead-heat with Mr W Day's 



—Continued. 




st lb Jockey. 


Ran 


6 5 . . Brockweil . 
9 3. ,F Archer. . 

6 4..Woodburn 

7 7.. C Wood... 
6 5 . . F Barrett . 


..31 
..20 
..20 
..22 
..16 



6 2. .Tomlinson. ..20 

7 13. .CLoates 14 

7 13.. C Wood.. ...16 

6 3..G Chaloner. .22 

6 6.. Blake 15 

7 9 . . G Barrett ... 24 
7 12. .M Cannon. . .22 
7 10 . . G Chaloner . . 25 
7 3. .T Loates 18 

7 7.. Harrison ...24 

8 11. .M Cannon. ..20 
7 11. .Fagan 17 

7 5. .Allsopp 18 

8 6 . . T Loates 21 

6 3..A WeathereU.16 

7 0..JReiff 20 

6 7..JChilds 22 

7 4 . . S Loates 23 

7 5..JE Watts. . .25 

7 5..GM'Call ....28 

8 . . B Lynham . . 25 

7 8. .0 Maddon. . .22 

8 0..L Hewitt 24 

6 13. .R Crisp 20 

7 2..WHWilliams23 

8 4. .C Trigg 20 

7 2..ASharpe 18 

7 10 . . C Trigg 28 

9 L.WHiggs 29 

Schism, 3ys, 6st 91b. 



ASCOT GOLD CUP. 

(Instituted 1807, called the Emperor's Plate from 1845 to 1853 
inclusive, and renamed as the Ascot Gold Cup in 1854). 



Ran 

1893 Marcion 3y 7st 71b 4 

1894 La Fleche 5y 9st lib. . . 5 

1895 Isinglass 5y 9st 41b 3 

1896 Love Wisely 3y 7st 71b 6 

1897 Persimmon 4y 9st . . . . 4 

1898 Elf II 5y 9st 41b 8 

1899 Cyllene 4y 9st 5 

1900 Merman aged 9st 4ib . . 6 

1901 Santoi 4y 9st 6 

1902 William the Third4y9st 11 

1903 Maximum II 4y 9st. . . 4 

1904 Thro waway 5y 9st 4!b. 4 



Ran 

1905 Zinfandel 5y 9st 41b. . . 5 

1906 Bachelor's Button a 9-4 5 
1907* White Knight 4y 9st. . 9 

1908 White Knight 5y 9st41b 6 

1909 Bomba 3y 7st 71b 6 

1910 Bayardo 4y 9st 13 

1911 WiUonyx 4y 9st 6 

1912 Prince Palatine 4y 9st. 7 

1913 Prince Palatine 5y 9-4 8 
* Eider dead- heated with White 

Knight but was disqualified 
for boring. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

NORTHUMBERLAND PLATE (Newcastle-on-Tyne) 

Year. Winner. 

1852 Mr Meiklam's Stilton 

1853 Mr Morris's Kingston 

1851 Mr Milner's Grapeshot 

1855 Mr Mather's Whitelock 

1856 Lord Zetland's Zeta 

1857 Mr G Forster's Underhand. . . 

1858 Mr G Forster's Underhand . . . 

1859 Mr G Forster's Underhand . . . 

1860 Mr Whittaker's First Lord 

1861 Mr Stewart's Joey Jones 

1862 Mr Marshall's Montebello 

1863 Mr W I' Anson's Caller Ou 

1864 Mr W I'Anson's Caller Ou 

1865 Mr Mackenzie's Brown Bread. 

1866 Mr J Johnstone's Rococo .... 

1867 Mr Montgomery's Fervacques. 

1888 Caotain Gray's Fortunio 

1839 Mr Bowes's The Spy 

1870 Mr York's Kennington 

1871 Mr Bowes's Taraban 

1872 Mr Henderson's Spennithome. 

1873 Mr Houldsworth's Fal eland.. 

1874 Mr J Snarry's Lily Agnes 

1875 Mr Holmes's Harriet Laws. . . . 

1876 Lord Rosebery's Snail 

1877 Mr F G Hobson's Hampton. . 

1878 Mr Vyner's Glastonbury 

1879 Mr R Cowan's Clearhead 

1880 Mr Vyner's Mycenae 

1881 Mr Jardine's Bonnie Doon .... 
18J. 2 Mr H Bragg's Victor Emanuel 
18S3 Mi* R Peck's Barcaldine 

1884 Mr Holme's Lawminster .... 

1885 Mr R Craig's Blue Grass 

1886 Mr R C Vyner's Stone Clink. . 

1887 Mr W Blakes' Exmoor 

1888 Mr Perkins's Matin Bell 

1889 Lord Durham's Drizzle 

1890 Mr Lowther's Houndsditch . . 

1891 Major Joicey's Queen's Birthday 

1892 Mi- W I'Anson's Newcourt 

1893 Lord Hastings's Seaton Delaval 

1894 Mr P Buchanan's Newcourt. . . 

1895 Mr Buchanan's The Docker. . . 

1896 Mr C Perkins's Dare Devil 

1897 Mr A Calvert's Bradwardine . . 

1898 Mr R C Vyner's King Crow . . 

1899 Lord Durham's Sherburn 

1£00 Mr J Dyer's Joe Chamberlain. 
1£01 Lord Farquhar's Reminiscence 

K02 Lord Durham's Osbech 

K03 Mr C Perkins's Cliftonhall 

U04 MrJG Baird Hay's Palmy Days 
19 05 Lord Derby's Princess Florizel 
If 06 Mr G J Newton's Outbreak. . . 
IS 07 Mr Vyner's Killigrew 

1908 Mr A Bell's Old China 

1909 Mr W J Jardine's Sir Harry. . . 

1910 Mr Reid Walker's Elizabetta. . 

1911 Mr J Buchanan's Pillo 

1912 Mr W Cliff's Mynora 

1913 Lord Derby's The Tylt 



27 



ys st 


, lb 


Jockey. Ran 


3 





lO.Aldcroft . . . 


. 8 


4 


8 


7. 


.Basham . . . 


.14 


4 


6 


12. 


.Ashmall . . . 


.16 


4 


5 


9. 


.J Walters. . 


.15 


3 


5 


5. 


.T Chaloner. 


.10 


3 


6 


1. 


.Plumb 


. 7 


4 


8 


0. 


.Basham . . . 


.14 


5 


8 


12. 


.Aldcrcft . . . 


.12 


3 


5 


8. 


. Page 


.11 


3 


5 


7. 


.J Doyle . .. 


. 9 


3 


5 


7. 


.J Grimshaw 


.13 


5 


8 


8. 


.T Chaloner. 


.15 


6 


8 


12 


.T Chaloner. 


.10 


3 


6 


5. 


. Carroll .... 


.10 


3 


6 


3. 


. Cameron . . 


. 7 


3 


5 


13. 


.D Butler. . . 


. 8 


4 


8 


7. 


.J Snowden. 


. 9 


4 


8 


3. 


.Morris 


. 7 


3 


7 


0. 


.Hunt . 


. 8 


a 


7 


0. 


. Gradwell . . . 


. 8 


4 


6 


12. 


.W Gray . . . 


.10 


6 


7 


9. 


. T Osborne . 


.12 


3 


6 


11. 


.W Chaloner 


12 


3 


5 


7. 


.H Morgan . 


.12 


3 


7 


6. 


.Morbey . . . 


.13 


5 


8 


12. 


.F Webb ... 


.15 


5 


7 


8. 


. Carlile 


. 8 


5 


6 


9. 


.Luke 


. 9 


4 


7 


13. 


.Morgan . . . 


.13 


4 


7 


3. 


.Kellet 


. 9 


5 


8 


0. 


.W Piatt . . . 


.11 


5 


9 


10. 


.F Archer. . . 


.10 


6 


7 


13. 


.J Fagan . . . 


. 9 


5 


7 


13. 


.A Giles 


. 7 


4 


7 


8. 


. Goodway . . 


. 6 


4 


8 


12. 


.J Watts ... 


.13 


4 


C 


10. 


.S Chandley 


.10 


5 


6 


10. 


.W Blake. . . 


. 7 


4 


7 


11. 


.Morgan . . . 


.12 


4 


9 


0. 


.J Watts . . . 


.11 


4 


7 


3. 


.Mullen 


. 8 


4 


7 


5. 


.Finlay 


5 


6 


8 


6. 


.Colling 


! 8 


4 


7 


6. 


.Finlay 


. 9 


a 


8 


7. 


.Fagan 


. 5 


4 


8 


5. 


.C Wood ... 


.15 


4 


8 


7. 


.F B Black. . 


.10 


4 


8 


5. 


.F Rickaby . 


. 7 


3 


8 


2. 


.J H Martin. 


. 8 


5 


6 


1. 


.H Aylin ... 


.12 


a 


9 


0. 


.W Halsey . . 


.10 


4 


7 


7. 


.B Dillon ... 


. 8 


4 


7 


11. 


.T Heppell. . 


.10 


4 


6 


7. 


. Saxby 


. 9 


4 


8 


O.SBWalkingtou 


i 12 


6 


6 


7. 


. Ringstead . 


.11 


4 


8 


2. 


.G M'Call... 


.11 


4 


8 


7 . 


.0 Madden. . 


.11 


4 


7 


11. 


.S Wootton. 


.11 


6 


8 


7. 


.W Saxby... 


.10 


6 


6 


6. 


.J Ledson . . 


. 9 


4 


7 


13. 


.F Rickaby . 


.18 



23 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

GRAND PRIX DE PARIS. 

(Winners since 1868.) 

Year. First. Second. Third. 

1889 Glaneur The Drummer . . Rysworth 

1870 Sornette Minotaure Valois 

1871 No race on account of the war. 

1872 Cremorne Barbillon Reine 

1873 Boiard Flageolet Doncaster 

1874 Trent Saltarelle Tomahawk 

1875 Salvator Nougat Perplexe 

1876 Kisber Enguerrande Mondaine 

1877 St. Christophe Jongleur Stracchino 

1878 Thurio Insulaire Inval 

1879 Nubienue Salteador Flavio II. 

1880 Robert the Devil ... Le Destrier Milan 

1881 Foxhall Tristan Albion 

1882 Bruce Fenelon Alhambra 

1883 Frontin St. Blaise Farfadet 

1884 Little Duck The Lambkin Fra Diavolo 

1885 Paradox Reluisant Present Times 

1885 Minting Polyeucte Sycamore 

1887 Tenebreuse The Baron Krakatoa 

1888 Stuart Crowberry Saint Gall 

1889 Vasistas Pourtant Aerolithe 

1890 Fitz Roya Fitzhampton Oddfeliow 

1891 Clamart Reverend Clement 

1892 Rueil Courlis Chene Royal 

1893 Ragotsky Ravensbury Callistrate 

1894 Dolma Baghtche .... Matchbox Mansour 

1895 Andree Cherbourg La Saggittaire 

1896 Arreau Champaubert . . . Montreuil 

1897 Doge Roxelane Parasol II. 

1898 Le Boi Soleil Gardefeu Czabat 

1899 Perth Velasquez Alhambra III. 

1900 Semendria Love Grass Iago 

1901 Cheri Tibere Lady Killer 

1902 Kizil Kourgan tRex tMaximum 

1903 Quo Vadis Caius Vinicius 

1904 Ajax Turenne Macdonald II. 

1905 Finasseur Clyde Strozzi 

1906 Spearmint Brisecoeur Storm 

1907 Sans Souci II Mordant Ping Ping 

1908 Northeast Sauge Pourpree . . Souvigny 

1909 Verdun Rebelle Union 

1910 Nuage Reinbart Bronzino 

1911 As d'Atout Combourg Matchless 

1912 Houli Wagram II De Viris 

1913 Bruleur Opott Ecouen 

tDead-heat for second place. 



THE SPOKTING CHEON1CLE ANNUAL. 



29 



ECLIPSE STAKES (Sandown Park). 

ys st lb Jockey. 
6 9 7. .T Cannon . 

3 8 12. .T Cannon . 

4 10 2. .F Barrett . 
. Liddiard . . 
.G Barrett. 
.M Cannon. 
.T Loates . 
.French . . . 



10 



3 9 



. T Loates 4 

.Watts 5 

.C Wood. 



Year. Winner. 

1886 Mr Barclay's Bendigo 

1888 Duke of Westminster's Orbit 

1889 Duke of Portland's Ayrshire. 

1891 Mr A W Merry's Surefoot . . . 

1892 Duke of Westminster's Orme. 

1893 Duke of Westminster's Orme. 

1894 Mr M'Calmont's Isinglass . . . 

1895 Baron Schickler's Le Justicier 

1896 Mr L de Eothschild's St 

Frusquin 

1897 Prince of Wales's Persimmon. 4 10 

1898 Lord Rosebery's Velasquez. . . 4 10 

1899 Dk ofWestminster'sFlying Fox 3 9 

1900 Prn ofWales's DiamondJubilee 3 9 

1901 Mr T Kincaid's Epsom Lad. . . 4 

1902 Duke of Devonshire's Cheers. . 3 

1903 Mr J Gubbins's Ard Patrick. . 4 

1904 Duke of Portland's Darley Dale 3 

1905 M E Blanc's Val d'Or 3 

1906 Mr L Neumann's Llangibby . . 4 

1907 Mr W B Purefoy's Lally 4 

1908 Mr J B Joel's Your Majesty . . 3 

1909 Mr Fairie's Bayardo 3 

1n1rt+ J Mr Fairie's Lemberg 3 

i91u +lLord Rosebery's Neil Gow 3 

1911 Lord Derb 's Swynford 4 

1912 Mr T PiL.ington's Prince 

Palatine 4 10 . .F O'Neill. 

1913 Mr A Belmont's Tracery 4 10 . . A Whalley. . 



Ran 
..12 
..13 



9 4 
9 13 



M Cannon. 

H Jones . . 

S Gomez . . 
8. .D Maher.. 
2 . . O Madden 
1 . . D Maher . 



. 5 
. 9 
.13 
.12 
5 
7 



1.. Stern 6 



9 13 . . D Maher 
9 13.. B Dillon ... 

8 13.. Wr Griggs . 

9 2. .D Maher.. . 
9 2..B Dillon .. 
9 2..D Maher. . 
0..F Wootton. 



J Dead heat, stakes divided. No race in 1887 and 1890. 



Year. 
1869 
1870 
1871 

1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 



THE STEWARDS' CUP (Goodwood) 

Winner. ys st lb Jockey. 



Mr C Peck's Fichu 3 6 

Count Batthyany's Typhosus. 5 8 

Mr C ie 3 Anton 3 7 

Mr Li "amond's Oxonian 6 8 

Mr Eastlake's Sister Helen. . . 5 7 

Lord Wilton's Modena 5 7 

Captain Prime's Trappist 3 7 

Lord Hartington's Monaco. . . 4 6 

Sir W Throckmorton's Herald. 5 7 

Duke of Hamilton'sMidlothian 4 7 

Mr J T Best's Peter 3 8 

Mr Crawfurd's Elf King 4 7 

Lord < adjgan's Mazurka 3 6 

LordEUe mere's Lowland Chief 4 8 

Sir G ciietwynd's Hornpipe.. 6 8 

Mr Gerard's Sweetbread 5 9 

Mr F Morton's Dalmeny 5 



Captain Machell's Craften. . 

Mr Mackenzie's Upset 

Mr T Cannon's Tib 

Mr A James's Dog Rose 

Lord Hartington's Marvel .... 

Mr B-Cloete's Unicorn 

Duke of Devonshi.e's Marvel. 

Mr Manton's Medora 

Sir J B Maple's Gangway 



4 7 

4 6 

5 6 

6 7 
3 7 
3 6 



4 8 



Ran 
0..F Webb ....29 

10.. Morris 28 

. . Crickmere . . 39 

12..Wyatt 28 

8..G Lowe 31 

1..F Archer ...25 

10.. F Archer . ..22 

7. .Luke 27 

0. .Wainwright .23 
2 . . Lemaire ... 
0..C Wood .., 
9 . . Fordham 

10.. G Barrett. 
8..F Webb ... 

9..C Wood 18 

3..T Cannon ..23 

13. .E Martin 18 

11. .Edwards 25 

3. .M Cannon. . .23 
7..W Blake 21 

12.. J Woodburn.18 
6..G Barrett. . .22 
2. .0 Madden 
8..R Colling 

12. .Hux table 
7.. Bradford 



.20 
.30 

28 
28 
19 



.24 
. 80 
.19 

.21 



30 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



THE STEWARDS' CUP - 

Year Winner. ys 

1895 Mr A F Basset's Wise Virgin . . 3 

1896 Mr J Eyan's Chasseur 4 

1897 Mr M'Cabnont's Amphora. ... 4 

1898 Mr J Jewitt's Altesse 4 

1899 Mr H Bottomley's Northern 

Farmer 5 

1900 Mr J Drake's Royal Flush a 

1901 Mr A M Singer's O'Donovan 

Rossa 4 

1902 Lord Carnarvon's Mauvezin . . 6 

1903 Mr G A Prentice's Dumbarton 

1904 Mr J^MKerne s Melayr 3 

1905 Mr R H Henning's Xeny 4 

1906 Capt Greer's Rocketter 3 

1907 Mr T Cornes's Romney 3 

1908 Mr J B Joel's Ehnstead 3 

1909 Mr H B Duryea's Mediant. . . 3 

1910 Mrs Villiers Morton- Jack son's 

Golden Rod 4 

1911 Sir T R Dewar's Braxted 3 

1912 Mr P Nelke's Golden Rod. 6 

191a MrWRaphael'sLordAnnandale 3 



-continued. 
st lb Jockey. Ran 

6 6.. Toon 22 

8 5..Rickaby 24 

8 8. .M Camion. . .23 
8 4. .M Cannon. . .15 



0. 


. G Gibson . . 


.28 


2. 


.H Lewis. . . 


.23 


4. 


.0 Madden. . 


.21 


9. 


,Wra Griggs. 


.19 


9. 


. F Bullock . . 


.17 


6. 


.WHiggs ... 


. 13 


: J ,. 


.H Watts... 


.15 


0. 


.J Plant 


.18 



13. 



8 1..H Randall. .21 

7 5.. F Winter 19 

8 13.. D Maher 21 

6 10. .R Cooper. ..20 



GOODWOOD CUP. 

(Instituted 1812). 
Ran 



1893 Barmecide aged 8st 61b 

1894 Kilsallaghan 4y 8st 21b 6 

1895 Florizell II 4y 9st 61b . . 2 

1896 Count Schomberg4y8-2wo 

1897 Count Schomberg5yl0-2 4 

1898 King's Messenger 3y7-7 5 

1899 Merman aged 9st 5 lb . . 3 

1900 Mazagan 4y 9st 31b. . . b 

1901 Fortunatus 3y 8st 5 

1902 Perseus 3y 7st lib 6 

1903 Rabelais 3y 7st 21b 8 



Ran 

1904 Saltpetre 4y 7st 101b . 

1905 Red Robe 4y 7st 101b. 

1906 Plum Tree 3y 7st 121b 

1907 White Knight 4y 9-10 

1908 Radium 5y 9st 21b. 

1909 Carrousel 3y 7st 81b 

1910 Magic 3y 7st 21b 3 

1911 Kilbroney 4y 9st 31b 

1912 Tullibardine 4y 8-12 

1913 Catmint 4y Dst 3slb . 



THE EBOR HANDICAP 

Year. Winner. ys 

1846 Mr Copeland's Arthur 4 

1847 Mr Gully's Mathematician 3 

1848 Mr S L Fox's Meaux 4 

1849 Mr Powney's The Hero 6 

1850 Mr Dawson's Mark Tapley 3 

1851 Mr Martinson's Nancy 3 

1852 Mr Greville's Adine 3 

1853 Mr Magenis's Pantomime 3 

1854 Mr H Robinson's Grand 

Inquisitor 3 

1855 Sir C Monk's Vandal 3 

1856 Mr A Nichol's Warlock 3 

1857 Mr W Robinson's El Eaisim. . . 3 

1858 Lord Zetland's Vedette 4 

1859 Mr Forster's Underhand 5 

1860 Lord Glasgow's Pax 4 

1861 Sir J Hawley's Eisins Sim. ... 4 



(York). 
st lb _ Jockey. Ran 



17 



J Sharpe 
5 9 . . Donaldson 

7 6 . . Flatman 14 

9 4. .A Day 15 

5 9.. Arnold 11 

6 13. .Charlton 8 

5 9 . . Rickards ... 18 
5 8 . . T Olliver, junl3 

5 7. .Fordham . . .13 

5 0.. Cress well ...11 

5 8. .Withington. . 9 

5 4. .Little 9 

8 7. .J Osborne. . .13 

9 L.Aldcroft 13 

6 11. .A Edwards. .13 

7 9. .Fordham . . .10 



THE SPOKTING CHKON1CLE ANNUAL. 
THE EBOR HANDICAP— Continued. 



Year. Winner. 

1862 Lord Glasgow's Makeshift 

1863 Mr Owen's Golden Pledge 3 

1864 Mr Powney's Raglan 4 

1865 Mr G Hodgman's Verdant 3 

1886 Mr Eowes's Westwick 3 

1887 Mr Johnstone's Mandrake 3 

1868 Mr J Parker's Fairwind ....... 4 

1869 Captain Gray's Fortunio 5 

1870 Mr T Smith's Paganini 5 

1871 Mr S Myer's Not Out 4 

1872 Mr Cartwright's Albert Victor. 4 

1873 MrCartwright's Louise Victoria 4 

1874 Mr Bowes's Chivalrous. 4 

1875 Mr J Snarry's Lily Agnes 4 

1876 Mr Savile's Lilian a 



ys st lb 

5 6 8 





8 12 

9 4 

7 



Jockey. Ran 
Iiardcastle . .11 
J Loates ... .11 

" . . Morris 8 

7..Heartfield ... 7 

6 . . H Covey . . 

3 . . Cameron . . 

6. .W Piatt... 
Chaloner . . 
J Snowden 
D Butler.. 



.15 



8 12. .Custance , 



.13 
.10 



8 1<\ 

7 1. 



1877 Mr Dawson's II Gladiatore. ... 3 

1878 Mr W Cartwright's Caerau 3 

1879 Mr F Gretton's Isonomy 4 

1880 Mr W Stevenson's Novice .... 3 

1881 Mr Walker's Mother Shipton. . 3 

1882 Mr Bragg's Victor Emanuel. . . 5 

1883 Sir F Johnstone's Corrie Roy . . 5 

1884 Mr I'Anson's Ben Alder 4 

1885 Lord Cadogan's Mate 6 

1883 Mr Childwick's Le Caissier 3 

1887 Mr B Willyams's Silence 5 

1888 Mr Sanderson's Nappa 4 

1889 Mr Lowther's King Monmouth a 

1890 Mr Charlton's Silver Spur. .... 4 

1891 Lord Rosslyn's Buccaneer. ... 3 

1892 Mr H M Dyas's Alice 5 

1893 LordDunraven's Senaputty . . 3 

1894 M R Lebaudy's Quillon 4 

1895 Sir R Jardine's Llanthony. ... 6 
1896*Lord Derby's Dingle Bay 4 

1897 Mr Percy's Harvest Money 4 

1898 Sir J Miller's Invincible II 3 

1899 MajorEdwards'sCassock'sPride 6 

1900 Lord W Beresford's Jiffy II . . . 5 

1901 Mr P P Peebles's Gyp 6 

1902 Mr Bottomley's Wargrave .... 4 

1903 Mr J Musker's McYardley 5 

1904 Mr J C Sullivan's War Wolf. . . 5 

1905 Mr E Sullivan's The Page 5 

1908tMr J Buchanan's Golden Measure 4 

1907 Mr A Bendon's Wuffy 4 

1908 Cant Laing's Rousay 4 

1909 Mr" J S Morrison's Dibs 4 

1910 Major J D Edwards' Clare toi. . 6 

1911 Mr J Buchanan's Pillo 6 

1912 Colonel Story's Election 5 

1913 Mr T Martin's Junior 4 

* After a dead-heat with Mr G Maclachlan's Posterity, 
7st 61b (G Bell), t Run in record time — 2min. 57y5sec. 



6 13 . . Constable , 

7 0.. Griffiths.. 

8 8..W Wood. 
7 11. .F Archer. 

6 0..Morrell 10 

6 9. .Lemaire 11 

9 8.. T Cannon ... 5 

6 6.. Bell 10 

5 11.. Percival 12 

9 0. .J Osborne. . . 9 
9 12.. C Wood 8 

7 8..Fagan 7 

8 12.. Archer 8 

6 7..Allsopp 13 

6 9..Calder 7 

8 10. .J Snowden . .13 

J Watts 10 

T Loates 12 

J Woodburn.13 
S Chandley . . 14 
Bradford ... 10 

S Loates 13 

Finlay 13 

T Loates .... 4 

,0 Madden... 7 

O Madden. . . 7 

13. .JFagan 11 

4.. J Reiff 9 

5. .0 Madden. . 

2 . . J Hare, jun . 

9 . . O Madden . . 
W Higgs 



6. .W Higgs . . 

5 . . D Maher . . 
12.. H Randall. 
12. .WHalsey . 

0. .W Higgs 



.16 
.17 
.13 
.10 
.12 
.12 



.12 



6 10.. C Ringstead..l4 



..W Saxby. 
4. .W Huxley. 
0..W Huxley 



19 

10 
.12 

4ys, 



32 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



THE ST. LEGER (Doncaster). 

^ear. Winner. Time. Jockey. Ran 

1858 Mr Merry's Sunbeam 8 20 . .L Snowden. . 18 

1859 Sir C Monck's Gamester 3 25 . .Aldcroft 11 

1860 Lord Ailesbury's St Albans. . . 3 20 . .L Snowden. .15 

1861 Mr W I' Anson's Caller Ou 3 14 . .T Chaloner . . 18 

1862 Mr S Hawke's Marquis. . . 3 22 . .T Chaloner . . 15 

1883 Lord St Vincent's Lord Clif den 3 17* . .J Osborne. . .19 

1864 Mr I' Anson's Blair Athol 3 19* . . J Snowden . .10 

1865 Count Lagrange's Gladiateur. . 3 20 . .H Grimshaw. 14 

1886 Mr Sutton's Lord Lyon 3 23 . . Custance ... 11 

1867 Col Pearson's Achievement. ... 3 17 . . T Chaloner . . 12 

1868 Mr Graham's Formosa 3 19 £ . .T Chaloner . .12 

1869 Sir J Hawley's Pero Gomez. . . 3 21* . . Wells 11 

1870 Mr Morgan's Hawthornden. . . 3 18} . .J Grimshaw. ..19 

1871 Baron Rothschild's Hannah . . 3 22 . .Maidment ..10 

1872 Lord Wilton's Wenlock 3 21* . .Maidment . . 17 

1873 Mr Merry's Marie Stuart 3 22 .. T Osborne .. . 8 

1874 Mr Launde's Apology 3 16 . . J Osborne. . . 3 

1875 Mr Crawfurd's Craig Millar 3 20 . . T Chaloner . . 13 

1876 Lord Dupplin's Petrarch 3 19* . .J Goater 9 

1877 Lord Falmouth's Silvio 3 27 . .F Archer 14 

1878 Lord Falmouth's Jannette 3 20* . .F Archer 14 

1879 Count Lagrange's Rayon d'Or.. 3 21 . . J Goater ... .17 

1880 Mr Brewer's Robert the Devil 3 32 . . T Cannon ... 12 

1881 Mr Lorihard's Iroquois 3 20% . .F Archer 15 

1882 Lord Falmouth's Dutch Oven.. 3 16. . F Archer 14" 

1883 Duke of Hamilton's Ossian ... 3 19 . . J Watts .9 

1884 Mr Vyner's The Lambkin 3 13% . .J Watts 13 

• 1885 Lord Hastings's Melton 3 15% . .F Archer 10 

1888 Dke of Westminster's Ormonde 3 21%. .F Archer 7 

1887 Lord Rodney's Kilwariin 3 26 . .Robinson ... 9 

1888 Lord Calthorpe's Seabreeze ... 3 11% . .Robinson 16 

1889 Duke of Portland's Donovan. . 3 13 . .F Barrett ... 12 

1890 Duke of Portland's Memoir. . . 3 13% .'.J Watts .15 

1891 Sir F Johnstone's Common. . . 3 14% . .G Barrett ... 9 

1892 Baron Hirsch's La Fleche 3 14% . . J Watts 11 

1893 Mr H M-Calmont's Isinglass ... 3 12% . . T Loates 7 

1894 Lord Alington's Throstle . 3 12% . .M Cannon. . . 8 

1895 Lord Rosebery's Sir Visto 3 18% . .S Loates 11 

1898 Prince of Wales's Persimmon. . 3 20 . . J Watts 7 

1897 Mr Gubbins's Galtee More .... 3 31% . .C Wood. 5 

1898 Captain Greer's Wildfowler. . . 3 13 . .C Wood 12 

1899 Duke of Westminster's Flying 

Fox 3 15% . .M Cannon ... 6 

1900 Prince of Wales's Diamond 

Jubilee 3 9% . .H Jones 11 

1901 Mr L de Rothschild's Doricles.. 3 8% . .K Cannon. . . 13 

1902 Mr Sievier's Sceptre 3 12% . .F W Hardy. . 12 

1903 Sir J Miller's Rock Sand 3 9% . .D Maher 5 

1904 Major E Loder's Pretty Polly . 3 5% . .W Lane 6 

1905 MrW M G Singer'sChallacombe 3 5% . .0 Madden. . . 8 

1906 D of Westminster's Troutbeck. 3 4% . .G Stern 12 

1907 Col E W Baird's Wool Winder 3 5% . . W Halsey ... 12 

1908 Mr J B Joel's Your Majesty. . . 3 6 . . Wr Griggs. . . 10 

1909 Mr Fairie's Bayardo 3 8% . .D Maher 7 

1910 Lord Derby's Swynford 3 4 . .F Wootton . .11 

1911 Mr T Pilkington's Prince 

Palatine 3 6 . .F O'Neill 8 

1912 Mr A Belmont's Tracery 3 11% . .G Bellhouse. .14 

1913 *Col. H. Walker's Night Hawk . 3 3% . . E Wheatley . . 12 

* Fastest time. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

DONCASTER CUP. 

(Instituted 1801). 
Ran 



33 



1893 Prisoner 3y 8st 61b 

1894 Sweet Duchess 3y 8-1. 8 

1895 Kilsallaghan 5y 10-1. . 4 
1836 Laodamia 6y 9st 2tb. . 8 

1897 Winkfields Pride 4y 9-4 2 

1898 Pinfold 3y 8st lit) 3 

1899 Calveley 4y 9st 41b 3 

1900 King's Courier 3y 8-4 . . 5 
_ n M f *Merry Gal 4y 9st 8ib 1 , 

1901 t*Sidus4y9st 41b j * 

1902 William the Third 4y 

lOst 3 

1903 Wavelet's Pride 6y 9-5 8 



Pan 

1904 Robert le Diable 5y 9-5 3 

1905 Bachelor's Button 6y 

9st 12tb 5 

1908 Velocity 4y 9st 41b 5 

1907 Velocity 5y 10st lib . . 6 

1908 Radium 5y lOst lib . . 7 

1909 Amadis 3y 8st 111b. . . 6 

1910 Bronzino 3y 8st 41b . . . 5 

1911 Lemberg 4y lOst 6 

1912 Prince Palatine 4y 10-0 2 

1913 Long Set 6y 9st 51b . . . 2 

* Dead heat — stakes divided. 



1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 

1902 
1903 



JOCKEY CLUB STAKES 
Ran 
Isinglass 4y lOst 21b .. 7 1904 

Laveno 3y 8st 41b 11 1905 

Persimmon 3y 9st 71b. 10 1908 
Love Wisely 4y9st7Ib. 8 1907 

Cyllene 3y 9st lib 9 1908 

Flying Fox 3y 9st 9tb. 8 1909 
Disguise II 3y 8st 91b .. 8 1910 
Pietermaritzburg 3y 1911 

8st 101b 8 1912 

Rising Glass 3y 8st 13ibll I 1913 
Sceptre 4y 10-0 5 ! 



(Newmarket). 

Ran 
Rock Sand 4y 9st 111b. 10 
StAmant 4y 10st31b.. 6 

Beppo 3y 8st lib 5 

Sancy 4y 9st 8 Tb ..... . 6 

Siberia 3y 8st 71b 10 

Phaleron 3y 8st 131b. .10 
Lemberg 3y 9st 61b. . . 
Stedfast 3y 8st 41b.. .. 5 
Prince Palatine 4y 10-7 9 
Cantilever 3y 8st lib . . . 7 



THE CESAREWITCH (Newmarket). 

Year. Winner. ys st lb Jockey. Ran 

1856 Mr Edwards's Vengeance 4 7 7. .Aldcroft 26 

18571 *Mr R Ten Broeck's Prioress . . 4 6 9 . . G Fordham . . 34 

1858 Mr G Lambert's Rocket 3 6 4..Custance ...35 

1859tSir W Booth's Artless 3 5 3..Drewe 35 

1850 Mr W Day's Dulcibella 3 6 11 . . A Sadler 27 

1831 Mr W Bevill's Audrey 5 8 5 . .Custance . . .23 

1852 Mr J Smith's Hartington 3 5 10. .J Grimshaw .37 

1833 Mr Merry's Lioness 4 6 8. .Covey 24 

1834 Lord Coventry's Thalestris. . . 4 6 2. .J Grimshaw .29 

1835 Captain King's Salpinctes ... . 3 6 3..Scorey 27 

1833 Mr H Wilkinson's Lecturer. ..37 3. .Hibberd 25 

1837 Duke of Newcastle's Julius. . . 3 8 . . T Chaloner . . 27 

1838 Major Pemberton's Cecil 3 5 13. .Wyatt 27 

1839 Mr Naylor's Cherie 3 5 7..F Webb 19 

1870 Mr Pryor's Cardinal York 4 7 8. .Parry 35 

1871 Baron Rothschild's Corisande. 8 7 12 . . Maidment ..27 

1872 Mr J Radcliffe's Salvanos 3 5 7. .F Archer 24 

1873 Lord Lonsdale's King Lud. ... 4 7 5 . .Bruckshaw . 34 

1874 Lord Ailesbury's Aventuriere. 3 6 12.. Glover .....25 

1875 Prn Soltykoff's Dake.of Parma 3 6 0. .Rossiter 36 

1878 !iMr J Smith's Rosebery 4 7 5. .F Archer 29 

1877 Mr R Jardine's Hilarious 3 6 5 . . J M'Donald. 25 

1878 Mr R C Naylor's Jester 5 6 10 . . Luke 20 

1879 Lord Bradford's Chippendale. 3 7 5. .W M'Donald. 27 

1880 .Mr C Brewer's Robert the Devil 3 8 6 . . T Cannon ... 21 
1881i|Mr J R Keene's Foxhall 3 7 12. .W M'Donald 19 

1882 Mr Crawf urd's Corrie Roy 4 8 7 . . C Wood It 

1883 Mr Lambert's Don Juan 3 5 10 . . E Martin .... 22 

L884 Mr Hamnund's St Gatien 3 8 10. .0 Wood 29 

2 



34 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

The Cesakewitce: — Continued. 

Vejvj Winner. ys st lb Jockey. Ran 

iftRlii IIM H Boisey's Plaisanterie . . 3 7 8.. Hartley 22 

Sir Vyner's Stone Clink 4 7 7..W Glover . . .18 

1887 Lord Rodney's Humewood. . . 3 7 6. .Robinson . . .23 

iRSSiM P Aumont's Tenebreuse 4 8 12. .T Cannon. . .23 

1 88? ' Air Goater's Primrose Day .... 4 6 1 . . W Wood .... 22 

1890 Prince Soltykoff's Slieen 5 9 2 . .F Webb .... 22 

Tqqi Duke of Beaufort's Ragimunde 3 6 10 .. R Chaloner .. 24 

tsq? Air E Hobson's Burnaby 5 6 11. .J Doyle 28 

fMr Ellis's Red Eyes 4 7 10 . . T Loates .,!„ 

iS^lMr T Jennings' Cypria 3 6 5. .W Pratt . . S 17 

1894 Sir J B Maple's Childwick 4 7 9. .Bradford 23 

1895 Mr Blake's Rock Dove 4 6 10 . .C Ward .... 24 

1896 Mr W Low's St Bris 3 6 6..K Cannon. . . 15 

1897 Mr Jersey's Merman 5 7 5. .J Sharpies. .23 

180R Sir J Miller's Chaleureux 4 7 5. .0 Madden. . .15 

1S99 Mr R A Oswald's Scintillant 3 7 0. .F Wood ....22 

1900 Mr L Neumann's Clarehaven. . 4 7 13. .W Halsey . . .21 

1901 Mr Houldsworth's Balsarroch. 3 6 5. .M Aylin ... .23 

1902 Mr Buchanan's Black Sand. . . 5 8 2. .K Cannon. . .17 

1903 Mr W A Bass's Grey Tick a 6 9. .F Hunter. . . 20 

1904 Mr H Bottomley's Wargrave. . 6 7 4. .A Sharpies. .20 

1905 Major E Loder's Hammerkop . 5 8 9..B Dillon 19 

1<M)6 Mr J Hill's Mintagon 5 7 0..C Trigg 24 

1007 Mr W M Clark's Demure 4 6 9..F Wootton . . 13 

1908 Lady de Bathe's Yentoi 4 7 1..F Fox 16 

1009 Mr J B Joel's Submit 3 6 13 . . J Plant 17 

1910 Mr L Neumann's Verney 4 7 11. .F Wootton. . 19 

ion Mr C E Howard's Willonyx. . . 4 9 5. .W Higgs 16 

1912 Air Sievier's Warlingham 3 6 10. ,G Clout 18 

1913 Air C Wadia's Fiz-Yama 4 7 7..F Herbert . . 24 

* Bred in America. § After a dead- heat with El Hakim, 3y, 6st 91b 

and Queen Bess. 3y, 4st 101b. Tankesley rode Prioress in the 
dead-heat, t After a dead-heat with Gaspard, 3y, 6st 91b. 
i Bred in France. II Also won the Cambridgeshire. 



THE MIDDLE PARK PLATE (Newmarket). 

Year. Winner. Subs. Jockey. Ran 

1866 Air Pryor's The Rake 186. .Loates 15 

1867 Sir J Hawley's Green Sleeve 179. .Kenyon 16 

1868 Sir J Hawley's Pero Gomez 380. .J Adams 21 

1869 Air Lyndon's Frivolity 165 . .T Chaloner .... 17 

1870 Air Cartwrigkt's Albert Yictor. . 158. .Aiorris ,17 

1871 Air J Dawson's Prince Charlie. . . 110. .Hunt 16 

1872§Sir R Bulkeley's Surinani 146. .J Osborne 18 

1S73 All- Fisher's Newry . 135 .. F Webb 20 

1874 Air R Christopher's Plebeian. . . . 145. .Alordan 24 

1875 Air Spencer's Petrarch 150. .J Goater 30 

1876 Count Lagrange's Chaniant 174. .J Goater 18 

1877 All* Perkins's Beauclerc 162. .J Snowden. . . .20 

1878 General Peel's Peter 172. .C Wood 18 

1879 Lord Anglesey's Beaudesert. . . . 156. .Fordham 18 

1880 Air W Crawfurd's St Louis 159. .Fordham 17 

1881 Lord Rosebery's Kermesse 126. .Cannon 13 

1882 Air W Crawfurd's Alatheath 134. .C Wood 17 

1883 Lord Falmouth's Busybody 117. .F Archer 7 

1884 Lord Hastings's Alelton 126. .F Archer 13 

1885 Air Vyner's Alinting 118. .F Archer 9 

1886 Lord Calthorpe's Florentine 107. .Watts 8 

1887 Sir F Johnstone's Friar's Balsam 101. .G Barrett 5 

1888 Duke of Portland's Donovan. ... 90. .F Barrett 11 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 33 

The Middle Park Plate — Continued. 

Year. Winner. Subs. Jockey Ran 

1839 Chev Ginistrelli's Signorina 109. .G Barrett 9 

1390 M E Blanc's Gouverneur 100. .J Woodburn . . 9 

1391 Duke of Westminster's Orme. . . 112. .G Barrett ..... 10 

1892 Mr H M'Calmont's Isinglass 103. .G Chaloner 15 

1393 Lord Rosebery's Ladas 85. .A White 7 

1891 Mr Fairie's Speedwell 83. .F Pratt 10 

1895 Mr L de Rothschild's St Frusquin 101 .. F Pratt 12 

1896 Mr Gubbins's Gal tee More 104. .M Cannon 5 

1897 Duke of Devonshire's Dieudonne 110. .0 Madden 14 

1898 Lord W Beresford's Caiman 101. .J T Sloan 9 

1899 Lord W Beresford's Democrat. . 104. .J T Sloan 6 

1900 Mr T S Jay's Floriform 109. .M Cannon 10 

1901 Lord Harewood's Minstead 100. .D Maher 9 

1902 Sir D Cooper's Flotsam 101 . .D Maher 8 

1903 Major Loder's Pretty Polly 112. .W Lane 7 

1904 M E Blanc's Jardy 91 . .Stern 9 

1905 Sir D Cooper's Flair 89 . . W Higgs 7 

1903 Major Eustace Loder's Galvani. 91. .B Dillon 5 

1907 Sir Daniel Cooper's Lesbia 112. .D Maher 7 

1908 Mr Fairie's Bayardo 115. .D Maher 4 

1909 Mr Fairie's Lemberg 114. .D Maher 8 

1910 Mr H P Whitney's Borrow 96. .J H Martin 5 

1911 Mr J B Joel's Absurd 110. .J H Martin 10 

1912 Mr C B Ismay's Craganour. ..... 127. .W Saxby 7 

1913 Lord Londonderry's Corcyra 109.. D Maher .... 7 

§ In this year a dead-heat resulted between Surinam and Kaiser, 

the stakes were divided, and Surinam walked over. 



THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE (Newinarke). 

Year. Winner. ys st lb Jockey. Ran 

1815 Mr Greville's Alarm 3 7 9. .Flatman 27 

1846 Mr Nunn's Prior of St Marg. . 3 6 7 . .A Day 23 

1847 Mr Leigh's The Widow a 7 . .Pettit 37 

1348 Colonel Peel's Dacia 3 5 9 . . G Brown 24 

1849 Mr Meiklam's Raby 3 5 10 . .Arnold 30 

1850 Mr Gratwicke's Landgrave... 4 6 13.. Chappie 23 

1851 Mr E Phillips's Truth 3 5 13 . . Wells 33 

1352 Lord Brace's Knight of the Shire 3 6 2 . . Harding 31 

1853 Mr W Smith's Little David 3 5 10 . . Fordham 39 

1854 Baron Mollendorf's Scherz 3 7 7..Birbeck 19 

1855 Lord Anglesey's Sultan 3 7 6.. J Goater....22 

1856 Mr T Parr's Malacca 3 5 5..Hibberd 31 

1857 Mr T Parr's Odd Trick 3 7 4.. Fordham ...34 

1858 Mr R Sutton's Eurydice 3 5 7 . .Britton 36 

1859 Mr J Osborne's Red Eagle 3 5 13. .H Grimshaw.30 

1860 Mr Swindell's Weatherbound. 3 6 10. . J Adams 29 

1851 Count Lagrange's Palestro. . . 3 7 2..Watkins 35 

1862 Lord Chesterfield's Bathilde. . 4 6 10. .E Martin 43 

1863 Mr W Day's Catch em Alive. . 4 7 0. .S Adams . . .40 

1884 Lord Hastings's Ackworth. . . 3 7 0.. Cannon 33 

1865 Mr R Sutton's Gardevisure. . . 3 6 2. .A Carter 36 

1886 Mr S Thellusson's Actasa 3 6 6 . . Huxtable ... 28 

1367*MrFulke's Lozenge 5 7 2.. S Adams 33 

1868 Lord Wilton's See-Saw 3 8 2. .Fordham ... 24 

1889 Mr Hodgman's Vestminster. . . 3 6 4..Gradwell ...29 

1870 Count Renard's Adonis 3 6 3..F Lynham. .42 

1871 Mr G Keswick's Sabinus 4 8 7. .Fordham . . .29 

1872 Mr F Gretton's Playfair 3 6 3 . .Ash worth . ; .27 

1873 Count de Juignes's Montargis. 3 7 13. .Carratt 37 

1874 Mr P Aumont's Peut-etre 3 6 10 . .Rolfe 42 

1875 Mr Mannington's Sutton 4 5 13.. Morgan ....37 

1876i(Mr J Smith's Rosebery 4 8 5 . .Constable . . .32 



36 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



The Cambridge shire — Continued. 
Winner. _ ys st lb Jockey. Ran 



Year. 

1877 Prince d'Arenberg's Jongleur. 3 

1878 Mr F Gretton's Isonomy 3 

1879 Lord Rosebery's La Merveille. 4 

1880tPrince Soltykoff's Lucetta 4 

1881i!Mr J R Keene's Foxhall 3 

1882 Mr R Peck's Hackness 4 

3 
1 
8 
G 
3 



1883 Mr H T Barclay's Bendigo. 

1884 Mr J Hammond's Florence. 
1885 ! !M H Bouy's Plaisanterie . . 
188G Mr Gilbert's Sailor Prince. 
1887 Mr Vyner's Gloriation. 



1888JMr W J Legh's Veracity 4 



4..Rolfe 34 

1 . . Morgan 38 

.Constable . . .31 

.Greaves 31 

.J Watts 32 

.S Loates. . . .31 

. H Luke 25 

.F Webb 18 

.Hartley ....27 

.A White 16 

. Glover 20 

.Calder 19 

.Warne 21 

7 12.. F Barrett. . .29 

7 3..Ibbett 29 

8 10. .G Barrett. . .30 
6 7.. Bradford. . . 22 

6 2.. Croft 20 

7 9 . . Allsopp 18 



8 0. 

7 1. 

9 0. 
6 4. 

6 10. 
9 1. 

8 12. 

7 7. 
7 6. 
7 4. 



3 7 
3 

3 
4 
3 
1 



8 10. 

6 5. 
8 10. 

7 13. 
7 11. 



1889 Mr J Hammond's Laureate . 

1890 M Ephrussi's Alicante 6 

1891 Mr Fulton's Comedy 3 

1892*;Baron de Hirscli's La Fleche. . 3 

1893 Lord Dunraven's Molly Morgan 4 

1894 Mr Hobson's Indian Queen. . . 3 

1895 Mr F Luscombe's Marco 3 

1896 Mr J C Sullivan's Winkfield's 

Pride 3 

1897 Sir W Ingram's Comfrey 3 

1898 Mr H C White's Georgic 6 

1899 CaDtain E Peel's Irish Ivy 3 

1900 Mr J C Sullivan's Berrill 

1901 Mr W C Whitney's Water Shed 
1902§Mr W C Whitney's Ballantrae. 

1903 Capt Forester's Hackler's Pride 

1904 Capt Forester's Hackler's Pride 

1905 Mrs H V Jackson's Velocity . . 

1906 Mr Sol Joel's Polymelus. . . . 

1907 Capt J Homfray's Land League 

1908 Mr L Luscombe's Marcovil. . . . 

1909 Mr E A Wigan's ChristmasDaisy 4 

1910 Mr E A Wigan's ChristmasDaisy 5 

1911 Mi' Sol Joel's Long Set 4 

1912 Mr L Winan's Adam Bede 4 

1913 Lord Harewood's Cantilever. . 3 
* After a dead-heat with Wolsey, 4ys, 6st 81b (Kenyon). 
t An objection was lodged against the winner on the ground of a 

cross, but this was overruled by the Stewards. 
% Course altered to last mile and a distance of A F. 
Um(i2, Course one mile one furlong. liAlso won the Oesarewitch. 
\ Also won the One Thousand Guineas. Oaks and St. Lcger. 

THE LIVERPOOL AUTUMN CUP. 

Year. Winner. ys st lb Jockey. Ran 

1856 Mr Hey wood's Maid of Derwent 3 5 11 . . J Snowden . . 23 

1857 Mr Merry's Special Licence ... 3 5 7 . . Pritchard ... 19 

1858 Mr Merry's Special Licence. . . 4 7 10. .Plumb 14 

1859 M Merry's Meg Merrilies 3 4 10. .Buck 15 

1860 Mr T Hughes's The Brewer. . . a 7 1. .Bray 17 

1861 Mr Lincoln's Petra 5 6 9. .Midgley 14 

1882 Mr Elliott's Gardener 4 6 6. .G Noble 16 

1863 Mr T Hunt's Blytlineld 3 6 13 . . T French .... 9 

1864 Mr Jackson's Tartar 3 6 4. . J Grimshaw . 12 

1865 Mr Jackson's Elland 3 6 4. .G Sopp 18 

1866 Mr A Heathcote's Beeswing. . . 3 6 7. .Kenyon 18 

1867 Mr Johnstone's Mandrake 3 6 10. .J Hudson . . . 18 

1868 Sir J Hawley's The Palmer. . . 4 8 2 . .Morris 17 

1869 Sir J Hawley's Lictor 4 7 0..D Butler 15 

1870 Mr Johnstone's Exciseman ... 3 C 4, . W Gray 17 



6 10. .N Robinson. 24 

7 2.. K Camion. ..20 
7 8..S Chandley..26 
7 11. .K Cannon. . .25 
7 9. .J Thompson. 24 

7..JReiff . 23 
8.. J E Watts. ..24 

6 10. .J Jarvis 27 

.B Dillon 17 

. A TemplemanlS 

.DMaher 20 

.W Higgs 15 

.L Hewitt ...23 
2..C Ringstead.19 
2..S Donoghue.21 

6 12.. H Jelliss....l6 

7 12.. C Foy 20 

7 12.. H Southey ..18 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

The Liverpool Autumn Cup — Continued. 
Year. Winner. 

1871 Mr W Saunders's Whins-ard. . . 

1872 Lord Aylesford's Vanderdecken 

1873 Mr F Gretton's Sterling 5 

1871 Mr W Cartwright's Louise 

Victoria 5 

1875 Mr R Howett's Activity 3 



ys st lb Jockey. 
5 6 0..T Osborne. 
3 7 8..H Jeffery , 
5 9 4..Custance . 



37 



Ran 
..18 
..21 
..15 



.21 
.20 
.24 



4 
3 
4 
4 8 



7 9 . . Constable 

7 2.. F Archer. 

5 13 . . Hopkins . 

8 0.. Glover 8 

8 1.. Jeffery 15 

8 13.. F Archer 11 

8 2..Fordham . ..12 

6 7..Woodburn ..IS 

7 ll..Huxtable . ..16 

8 3.. C Wood 10 

9 4.. F Archer 15 

6 1.. J Wall 18 

9 3. .J Watts 8 

8 12.. T Cannon. ..12 
5 12.. W Wood 12 

7 12.. J Woodburn.lO 
S Loates .... 16 
J Wall 15 



2.. G Barrett . 

6 ..J Watts.. 

4. .M Cannon. 

6 13. .Grimshaw 



1876 Lord Wilton's Footstep 3 

1877 Mr C J Blake's Arbitrator 3 

1878 Lord Hartington's Belphoebe . . 4 

1879 Lord Hastings's Master Kildare 4 

1880 Mr F Gretton's Prestonpans . . 3 

1881 Mr Hungerford's Pirseus 4 

1882 Mr Leigh's Goggles 4 

1883 Lord Ellesmere's Boswell 5 

1884 Mr Manton's Thebais 6 

1885 Mr Smithwick's Kilcreene. ... 3 

1886 Lord Hastings's Melton 4 

1887 Duke of Westminster's St Mirin 4 

1888 Mr Winn's Lady Rosebery 3 

1889 Colonel North's Philomel 4 

1890 Mr Abington's Lady Rosebery. 5 

1891 Mr Taylor's Madame d' Albany 

1892 Baron de Hirsch's Windgall. . . 

1893 Baron de Hirsch's La Fleche. . 

1894 Mr Alexander's Son of a Gun . . 

1895 Mr Dobel's The Rush 3 

1896 M R Lebaudy's Count 

Schomberg 4 

1897 Lord Stanley's Chiselhamp ton. 4 

1898 Lord Derby's Alt Mark 3 

1899 Mr Fairie's Chubb 4 

1900 Mr J D Warden's Fabulist 3 

1901 Mr T S Jay's Floriform 3 

1902*Mr Alexander's Throwaway. . . 3 

1903 Mr Baird Hay's Palmy Days . . 3 

1904 Capt Bewicke's Wild Lad 4 

1905 Mr H Lindemere's St Wulfram 3 
1906tMr R C Thompson's Bibiani ... 4 

1907 Mr J B Joel's Menu 3 

1908 Mr G Edwardes's Santeve .... 3 

1909 Mr G Edwardes's Santeve .... 4 

1910 Mr A Taylor's Highness 4 

1911 Mr L Clow's Trepida 4 

1912 Mr L de Rothschild's Lorenzo.. 3 

1913 Mr P Nelke's China Cock 3 

* After a dead-heat with King's _ 

(T Dixon). I This year only, course altered to 1 mile 6 furlongs. 



.12 



.12 
.14 



11.. S Loates ....15 

1 . . S Loates 10 

0.. J T Sloan . . .16 
12. .K Cannon. . .18 

0. .T Broom 15 

6. .0 Madden. . .13 
1..FW Hardy .14 
9..T Heppell ..22 

L.WSaxby 13 

1 . . A Templeman 8 
10..WHiggs ... .13 

12 H Randall 16 

12.. F Fox 17 

4..F Fox 12 

12.. C Trigg 15 

6..F Winter 14 

9..A Whalley . .15 

7..M Wing 13 

Courier, 5ys, 7st 91b 



Year 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
188o 



ys 



MANCHESTER NOVEMBER 

Winner. 

Mr Bowes's Polonaise 

Duke of Montrose's Hopbloom 4 

Lord Hartington's Belphoebe . . 4 

Mr H Hall's Mars a 

Mr Perkins's Madame du Barry 5 

Lord Alington's Gladstone .... 3 

Lord Ellesmere's Boswell 4 

Sir F Johnstone's Corrie Roy . . 5 

Mr Manton's Keir 4 

Chev Ginistrelli's Raff a?llo 4 

Mr Taylor's Stourhead 5 



HANDICAP. 

st lb Jockey. Ran 
7 12.. Dodge 14 

7 9. .Chesterman ..11 

9 5 . . Jeffery 12 

6 10. .J E Jones. . .16 

8 2. .Morgan 15 

6 0. .C Bowman . .14 

7 11. .Lemaire 16 

9 10.. C W T ood 14 

8 7.. J Watts 16 

7 L.Luke .13 

7 2., E Martin... .10 



38 



Year. 

1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902* 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 

1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE AXXTJAL. 

Manchester November Handicap — Continued. 
Winner. ys st lb Jockey. 



Lord E Somerset's Carlton 

Lord Howe's Claymore 4 

Mr E Vyner's Fellow Chat 4 

Duke of Beaufort's Partington . 3 

Mr Vyner's Lily of Lumley 7 

Sir J Thursby's Paddy 3 

Mr Peacock's Golden Drop ... 4 

Captain Machell's Bavensbury. 4 

Mr C Hibbert's Ivor 4 

Mr W M Singer's Telescope. . . 4 

Sir B W Griffith's Asterie 3 

Sir J Miller's Chaleureux 4 

Lord Ellesmere's Proclamation 3 

Mr B Gottschalk's Lexicon .... 6 

Mr J Collms's Carabine 3 

Col M'Calmont's St Maclou. . . 4 

Mr B Ellam's Switch Cap 3 



5 3. 



9 4. 



9 12.. G Barrett . . 

6 11..F Allsopp .. 

7 5 . . Luke 

9 . . S Loates . . . 

G Chaloner. 
G W Gough. 
.S Chandley. 
Barker .... 
Griinshaw . 
6 10 . . K Cannon . . 

6 6 . . Chapman . . 

8 10.. O Madden. . 

7 7.. J T Sloan . . 
6 13.. T Heppell.. 
6 9..AAdey 

9 4. .M Cannon. . 
6 6..B Mclntyre. 



Manchester Baces abandoned owing to frost and snow. 



Mr A Belmont's Ferment 3 6 2, 

Capt J Orr-Ewing's Spate 3 7 5 , 

Major E Loder's Baltinglass ... 3 711 

Mr A Bell's Old China . • 4 7 11. 

Baroness de Brienen's 

Admiral Togo III 5 7 2. 

Mr L Winan's The Valet 6 6 9 . 

Mr A Gorham's Ultimus 4 7 3 . 

Mr E Dresden's Wagstaff 3 8 1 . 

Mr L Winan's Dalmatian ... . 678. 
* Course altered to 1 mile 4 furlon 



Jennings 
.WSaxby. 
.WHalsey 
.GMCall . 



F Wootton . . 
H Jelliss 
S Donoghue. 

C Foy 

C Foy 



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WINNING OWNERS IN 1913. 






No. of Races £ 


No. of Races £ 


GeorgeV. .H.M.King 5. . 


4,480 


Broadley, J. H. . . 


. 7.. 


939 


Ainswortk, J 


. 1. 


136 


Broome, P 


4.. 


2,464 


Alderson, W 


. 2. 


200 


Brough, Mr 


. 2.. 


272 


Allendale, Lord . . 


. 5. 


862 


Brown, W 


. 3.. 


433 


Allden, W. H. ... 


6.. 


753 


Brushwood, H. K. 


8.. 


1,189 


Arbuthnot, K. ... 


. 3. 


386 


Buchanan, J 


9. . 


2,558 


Ark wright, J 


. 2. 


264 


Bunsow, R 


. 1. . 


259 


Armstrong, R. W. 


. 2. 


200 


Burns, E 


. 1.. 


100 


Aston, G 


. 1. 


100 


Burnes, Jas. . ... . 


. 4.. 


447 


Astor, W 


4. 


4,030 


Burton, J 


. 1.. 


190 


Austen, J. S 


12. 


2,910 


Butcher, M 


2 


409 


Aylesford, Lady . 


. 4. 


427 


Butters, J 


.' 1.'! 


100 


Bailey, H. J 


. 1. 


100 


Cadogan, Lord . . . 


5.. 


1,556 


Bailey, Sir A 


7. 


2,519 


Calmann, M 


. 3.. 


755 


Baird, Col. E. W. . 


. 1. 


100 


Campbell, J. A. . . 


. 4.. 


337 


Baker, W. R 


. 1. 


100 


Cannon, J 


. 3.. 


268 


Barclay, G 


1. 


146 


Cannon, T 


. 1.. 


342 


Baring, T 


. 1. 


440 


Carnarvon, Lord . 


19.. 


8,498 


Barling, F. B. ... 


. G. 


728 


Cassel, Sir E 


9.. 


6,463 


Barnard, F. S. ... 


. 1. 


100 


Cattermole, Mr. . . 


. .1.. 


100 


Barnett, Capt. P.. 


. 1. 


144 


Chanler, W. A. ... 


. 3.. 


480 


Barrow, J 


. 3. 


715 


Chapman, C. E. . . 


. 3.. 


435 


Barton, A. E. . . . 


11. 


3,409 


Chapman, F 


. 1.. 


100 


Basset, A. F 


4. 


4,054 


Chapman, V 


2 


200 


Baylis, J 


. 1. 


100 


Charters, W 


'. l!. 


100 


Beatty, Capt. . . . 


. 1. 


100 


Chatterton, W. . . . 


. 7.. 


707 


Beauchamp, L. B. 


. 1. 


100 


Cheape, Capt. . . . 


. 1.. 


100 


Bell, J 


. 2. 


200 


Cholmondeley, Lord 3 . . 


372 


Bell, M. A. T 


. 1. 


100 


Christie, A. L. ... 


. 5.. 


814 


Bell, AY 


. 1. 


100 


Christenson, C. W. 


. 1.. 


417 


Belmont, A 


. 4. 


10,515 


Clark, E 


. 5. . 


867 


Bendon, A 


. .1. 


100 


Clark, Win 


5.. 


2,235 


Benton, Mr 


. 1. 


100 


Cliff, W 


. 1. . 


216 


Bennett, J. H. . . . 


. 1 


. 100 


Clonmel, Lord . . . 


. 1.. 


100 


Benson, F. J 


. 6. 


779 


Clow, L 


8.. 


1,078 


Beresford, Lord M. 


. 2. 


739 


Cockburn, A. S. . 


. 1.. 


100 


Berry, A 


. 1. 


100 


Cockburn, N. C. . 


. 4.. 


619 


Best, Mr 


. 1. 


100 


Cochrane, Sir E. . 


. 1. . 


100 


Bewicke, Capt. . . . 


. 6. 


1,822 


Cogan, D. J 


. 1.. 


470 


Bibby, F 


. 2. 


331 


Cohen, E 


. 1.. 


190 


Binns, E 


. 1. 


100 


Colm, J. D 


. 4. . 


775 


Birkin, C 


. 2. 


200 


Colling, R. W. . . . 


. 2.. 


290 


Birkin, Col. R. L. . 


. 1. 


100 


Collins. H. H. ... 


8.. 


1,084 


Black, W 


. 1. 


100 


Combe, R 


. 1.. 


247 


Blackweil, G. . . . 


. 1. 


392 


Cook, R. H 


. 1.. 


190 


Blagrave, H. B. . 


. 2. 


200 


Cooke, Sir W. ... 


28.. 


8,496 


Blenkiron, T. W.. 


. 1. 


100 


Cooper, J. R 


3.. 


389 


Bode, Milton .... 


. 1. 


190 


Cooper, Sir W. . . . 


. 1.. 


779 


Booth, L 


. 1. 


100 


Cory, H. B 


. 1. . 


100 


Bowen, A. E 


5. . 


1,206 


Cosen, P 


. 1.. 


137 


Brabazon, 






Courtney, L. .... 


2. . 


275 


Gen. Sir J. P. . 


. 1. 


100 


Crallan, H. A. ... 


2. . 


2,167 


Braime, H 


. 1. 


144 


Greet, S. T 


. 3.. 


447 


Brassey, L 


4. . 


1,559 


Cress well, A 


1. . 


100 


Brawn, Mr 


. 1. 


147 


Cripps, F 


2. . 


287 


Brechin, W. S. ... 


. 1. 


100 


Croker, R 


2,\ 


529 


Brennan, J 


2 


349 


Cundell, L. A. ... 


l'. '. 


100 


Brighton, F 


! 2! 


235 


Cunliffe, A. P. ... 


3.. 


6,835 



42 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Winning Owners 
No. of Races £ 

Curzon, F 1 . . 100 

Czarnikow, Mr. ... 2 . . 237 

Daly, Cap t, D. St G. 2.. 454 

Darling, S 1. . 895 

Davis, F. L 4. . 1,070 

Davies, G. S 2.. 461 

Davies, R. L 1 . . 100 

Dawson, R. C 5 . . 1,447 

Day, F. W 1 . . 137 

Decies, Lord 4 . . 605 

Derby, Lord 33 . . 18,273 

Deucliar, J 7 . . 700 

Devonshire, Duke of 2 . . 938 

Dewar, Sir T. R. . . 6. . 1,574 

JDewhurst, Cap. R.H. 5 . . 1,478 

Dixon, F. E 2 . . 295 

Dixon, H. E 1 . . 100 

Dixon, W. H 8.. 1,180 

Dobell, R. B 3.. 300 

Doyle, W 1 . . 100 

Drage, H 2. . 217 

Dresden, E 18.. 0,729 

Dugdale, J. L 3. . 1,412 

Duke, H. N 6 . . 972 

Duller, G 2 . . 200 

Dumas, E 2. . 284 

Dunkerley, J. A. . . 3 . . 396 

Dunraven, Lord . . 1 . . 100 

Durham, Lord 14. . 2,397 

Dyer, J. C 7. . 1,140 

East, J 5 . . 565 

Edge, T. A 21. . 4,536 

Edwardes, G 33. . 7,738 

Edwards. Major J. . 6.. 1,029 

Egerton, W. F 1. . 175 

Ehrlich, L 1 . . 100 

Eilesmere, Lord ..12.. 2,664 

Elsey, J. G 1 . . 100 

Escott.H 4.. 400 

Faber, G. D 18. . 3,107 

Fairie, Mr 3 . . 2,693 

Farquharson. E. .. 2.. 553 

Farrar, Sir G 1 . . 185 

Fenwick, Col. H. T. 7 . . 982 

Firth, M 4 . . 509 

Fitton, T 1 . . 100 

FitzGerald, B 4. . 2,807 

Fitzgerald, M 1.. 144 

Fontarce, Vte de . . 2.. 1,089 

Forester, Capt. F. . 13 . . 6.465 

Foster, J. B 1. . 100 

Fox, J. S. Colton. . 1. . 122 

Franklin, J. F 1 . . 100 

Eraser, D 3 . . 374 

Frisby, W 1 . . 462 

Gabriel, Mr 1. . 186 

Gamburg, H 4 . . 680 

Gant, D. M 12.. 1,546 

Garton, SirR. C. . . 1. . 122 

Gaulstaun, J. C. . . 5 . . 766 

• : ilpin, P. P 2 . . 290 

Gob?-, E. G 1.. 190 

Goodso?), H. J 1.. 175 



in 1913— Continued. 

No. of Races £ 

Gorham, A 13 . . 1,485 

Gretton, F 1 . . 135 

Griffith, Sir R, W. . 4. . 809 

Grisewood, J 1 . . 166 

Gunter.G 7. . 854 

Gurry, M 1.. 117 

Gwilt, E 1.. 100 

Haggin, J. B 1. . 100 

Hallick, J. F 14.. 2,886 

Hall, CO 1.. 100 

Hall, H. J 7 . . 940 

Hall, Mrs. H. J. ... 2.. 364 

Hamilton, D 1 . . 100 

Hamilton, 

Lord of Dalzell . . . 1 . . 100 

Hammond, A. H. . . 2. . 231 

Hannam.C. H 2.. 296 

Hardy, H 7.. 1,015 

Hare, J 3.. 652 

Harewood. Lord . . 7 . . 10/216 

Hartigan, H. M. . . 17 . . 3,482 

Hartigan, P. F. ... 1. . 100 

Harvey, Mr 1 . . 100 

Hatton, Mr 1 . . 130 

Hatton, Mrs 1 . . 100 

Hay, C. E 3.. 363 

Heaton, H 3 . . 826 

Herz, E 3 . . 921 

Heybourn, P. F. . . 4. . 1,964 

Hibbert, C 11.. 2,461 

Hobbs, H 1.. 100 

Hobson, C 1 . . 100 

Hogg, T 2 . . 247 

Holdsworth, Col. . . 1 . . 135 
Homfray, 

Capt. J. G. R. . . 8. . 976 

Hopcraft, A 1 . . 100 

Hope, W. W 3.. 337 

Hornung, J. P 8 5,225 

Houghton, Mr 1. . 237 

Howard, C. E 2.. 200 

Howell, B. B 1.. 100 

Howes, W. G 3 . . 466 

Hughes. Capt. M. . . 5 . . 673 

Hulton, E 45 . . 24,674 

Hunt, F. R 1.. 100 

Hutchison, Mr 1. . 100 

limes, J 1 . . 100 

Irving, Bell 1 . . 100 

Ismay.C. B 14.. 7,804 

Ivall,J 10.. 1,335 

Iva!l, P 1.. 147 

Jackson, A. F 1 . . 194 

James, Arthur 15 . . 4,347 

Jardine, D. J 5. . 497 

Jardine, Sir R.W.B. 2. . 341 

Jarvis, W., jun. ... 1.. 100 

Jarvis. W. A 6. . 987 

Jeffrey, R. R 3 300 

Joel, J. B 31. . 25,420 

Joel, Mrs. J. B. ... 1.. 452 

Joel,S. B 25. . 11,338 

Jones, K 2. . 535 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



43 



Winning Owxers in 191 S- 



No. of Races 
2.. 



Johnson, C\ 
Johnstone, Sir A, 

Johnstone, J 1 

Kelk. Sir John 4 

Kelly, J 1 

Kenney, J 5 

Kemahan, A. S. . . 1 

Kidston, Mr 4 

King, H. J 1 

K insky , Prince .... 1 

Knowles, A 4 

Kohler, late C 5 

Laing, Capt 1 

Lambert, H 1 

Lambton, Col. C. . . 8 

Lambton, F 1 

Langland, Mr 2 

Larnach, J. W 4 

Lawson, Sir H. . . . . 2 

Leader, C 1 

Leader, T 2 

Leahy, D. O'M. . . 3 

Lehndorff , Count . . 5 

Leigh, J. B 1 

Levy, G 1 

Lewisohn, 3 

Licldiard, T. E. ... 1 

Loder, Major E. . . . 6 

Londonderry, Lord 5 



Long, A. J 
Longmuir, J. A. . . 
Longworth, W. L.. 
Lonsdale, Lord ... 

.Lotinga, W 

Low, E. S 

Lowe, P 

Lowry, A 

Luscombe, F 

Lutzow, Count .... 

Lynham, F 

MAlpine, Mr 

M'Calmont, D 

M'Creery, L 

M'Enery, W. A. . . 

Mackay, J 

M'Kerrow, R. C. . . 
M'Kinlay, A. E. . . 
BU.aughlin, Major. 

M'Micking, A 

Maddeu, O 

Malcomson, H. F. . 

Martin, T 

May, R, A 

Mestre, E. G. de . . 

Meux, Sir H 

Meyer, Sir C 

Miller, G 

Miller, J. K 

Miller, Sir J 

Mills, R 

Mills, W 

Milnthorp, J 

Misa, H 



£ 

295 
100 
50 

,400 
100 

,339 
100 
512 
820 
905 
949 
977 
692 
100 

:,084 

147 
279 

:,046 
200 
100 
237 
585 
599 
196 
100 
406 
100 

.,611 

t,683 

283 

50 

247 

,721 
100 
100 
100 
142 
200 
463 
100 
195 

,513 

,358 
337 
100 
319 
284 

1.152 
740 
400 
100 

1,565 
100 
465 
100 

,129 
100 
100 
100 

k028 
147 
751 
283 



-Continued. 

No. of Races 



3. . 
1.. 

10.. 
3.. 
1.. 
2.. 
3. . 
4.. 



Misa. V. P. 

Montagu, J. F. . 

Montagu, L. ... 

Morris, A 

Morgan, Capt. . 

Montrose , Duke of 

Morrison, J. ... 

Murray, F. S. . 

Murray, Sir G. . , 

Nelke, P 

Nelson, Sir W. . . 

Neumann, L. ... 

Newton, C. S. 

Nickalls, H. P. . 

Nichols, W. ... 

Nolan, T 

Northland, Lord 

O'Connor. J. ... 

Osborne, F. D. . 

Ould, A. B. 

Paget. Sir E 

Parker, F. C 

Parkes, A. W. . 

Parr, B. W. 

Paterson, E. T. 

Paterson, J. J. 

Paton, G 

Peacock, M. D. . 

Peard, J. H. H. 

Persse, H. S 

Pickering, S. G. 

Pilkington, T. . , 

Pirie, G. L. ... 

Portland, Duke of . 

Portman, Cap. G. B. 

Portman, Mrs. G 

Potter, J. E. . . . 

Pratt, F. C 

Prentice, G. A. . 

Pulley, C. T. ... 

Purefoy, W. B. . 

Ralli, P 

Randall, H. . . . 

Raphael, W. . . . 

Rayner, O. W. . 

Bedford, R. ... 

Ren wick, G. . . . 

Ren wick, W. H. 

Rhodes, H. ... 

Rickman, Cap. G.E. 2 

Robinson, E. W. . . 

Robinson, G 

Robinson, L 

Robinson, Sir J. . . 

Robinson, W. T. . . 

Robson, E 

Rogers, J 

Rogerson, J. E. ... 

Rosebery, Lord . . . 

Rothschild, J. A. de 5 
I Rothschild, L. de . .18 
! Royd, Capt. W. E.. 2 

Russel, Mr 8 



18.. 

io ;! 

2.. 
, 3.. 



2.. 

1. . 

2. . 

3. . 
2. , 

1, . 
7.. 
1.. 
2 

s'.'. 

1.. 
7.. 

2. . 
1. . 



1.. 

5.. 
2.. 
3.. 

2.. 
3.. 

2.. 
2.. 



£ 

412 

100 

L.625 
100 
137 
200 
726 
554 
378 

r.882 

L294 

>,540 
852 
900 
100 
807 
100 
161 
100 
623 
100 

1,024 
250 
276 

1,451 
100 
1(57 
200 
165 

L.372 
388 

>,320 
100 

>>,279 
100 
200 
423 
100 

1.186 
299 
140 

1,926 
745 

?,963 
100 
196 

1,218 
100 

1,238 
296 
100 
920 

1,599 
605 
342 
530 
312 
330 

6,947 
(584 

6,319 

1,663 



44 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Winning 


3wxees in 1913 — Continued. 




No. of Races £ , No. 


of Races £ 


Kusfsel, B. C 


1 


100 


Thorneycroft, J. 


B. 5. 


1,375 


Russel, J. C 


1 


100 


Tbursby, Sir J. . . 


.. 6. 


3,947 


Ryan, J 


2 


270 


Torrington, Lady 


.. 3. 


386 


Rudd, Mrs 


1 


100 


Torrington, Lord 


2 


200 


Sadler, A., jun. . . . 


2 


331 


Towler. H. J. . . . 


'.'. 1. 


100 


Sadler, A. B 


1 


185 


Townshend, F. M 


2 


291 


Sadler. H. W. ... 


2 


414 


Trimmer, H. . . . 


"/. i! 


100 


St Alary, M.E.de. 


1 


177 


Tuyll, Baron de . 


. . i. 


100 


St Davids, Lord . . 


10 


. 3,609 


Tyler, R 


. . i. 


100 


Savill, H 

Savill, W. M 


•> 
1 


. 1,035 
166 


Upton, J 


.. 2. 


296 


Schiff, Sir E 


■2 


574 


Veran, Mr. St . . 


. . 1. 


100 


Scholtield, T 


1 


100 


Villiers, Lord . . 


.. 7. 


930 


Scott, Adam 


4 


485 


Vincent, Sir E. . 


. . 4. 


1.538 


Scott, Sir S 


3 


369 


Vyner, Mr 


. . 5. 


1,384 


Shaw, Mrs. J. R. . 


8 


874 


Wadia, C 


. . 2. 


1,334 


Sheffield, hir B. . . 


5 


. 1,019 


Walden,Lord H. 


de 2. 


297 


Shelley, P. B 


1 


100 


Walker, B 


.. 1. 


260 


Shepherd, A 


2 


200 


Walker, Reid . . 


. . 5 . 


611 


Shen\ood, R 


14 


. 2,526 


Walker, Sir P. . 


. . 3. 


336 


Sievier, R. S 


1 


100 


Walker, W. Hall 


.. 9. 


11.734 


Singer, A. M 


2 


406 


Wallace, Col. . . 


.. 1. 


137 


Singer, W.M. G. . 


6 


. 2,399 


Wallace, W. A. . 


.. 1. 


186 


Skoien, A 


2 


264 


Ward, R, C. ... 


. . 1. 


100 


Smith, G. D 


5 


. L496 


Waring, Capt. . 


2. 


200 


Smith, G. W 


3 


815 


Waugh, C 


2 


862 


Smith, Major K. . 


2 


253 


Waugh, D 


.'.' 1." 


100 


Smith, S 


1 


100 


Waugh, R. T. . . 


. . 1. 


144 


Solomon. S. J. ... 


1 


100 


Wellesley, E. . . 


. . 1. 


935 


Spalding, A 


4 


900 


Westbury, Lord 


. . 1. 


180 


Spiro, Mr 


1 


142 


Westminster, 






Springer, Baron . 


3 


337 


Duke of 


. . 7. . 


3,048 


Squires, W 


2 


200 


Wheatcroft, I. . 


. . 5 . 


694 


Stanley, A 


1 


100 


Whipp, J. T 


. . 8.. 


1,309 


Stedall ,A 


6 


. 1,093 


Wbitaker.P 


. 1. 


195 


Stern, F. C 


5 


782 


White, J 


2. 


271 


Stevenson, J 


.2 


262 


Whitney. H. P. . 


.'.19.' 


7,113 


Stobart. F 


8 


963 


Wigan, E. A 


. . 1. 


100 


Story, Col 


1 


310 


Wilkinson, Mr. . 


. . 1. 


144 


Straker, A . H. ... 


2 


200 


Wilson, Clive . . 


.. 3. 


337 


Straker, F 


2 


. 537 


Wilson, J. G. 


. . 1. 


100 


Stratton, V7. F. 


4 


889 


Wilson, Wm. . . 


. . 4. 


368 


Stuart, D 


5 


841 


Wilton, C 


2. 


245 


Sturdy, W. A. ... 


1 


100 


Winans, L 


. . 5 . . 


2.160 


Suffolk, Lord .... 


1 


136 


Wolverton, Lord 


. . 1. 


437 


Swan, Mrs. R 


2 


. 276 


Wood, C 


2 


276 


Szemere, N. de . . . 


1 


175 


Wood, S. H 


'.'. 1.' 


100 


Tabor, C. Y 


7 


1,017 


Wootton, R 


. .12. . 


2,291 


Tabor, Mrs. C. V. . 


3 


396 


Wright. A. W. . . 


.. 2. 


200 


Tanner, E 


8 


. L306 


Wright, R 


.. 1. 


131 


Tatem, W. J 


11 


. 2,233 


Wyllie, C 


..3.. 


300 


Taylor, Miss E. . . . 


1 


100 


Wvllie, W 


.. 1. 


100 


Taylor, J. H 


1 


100 


Wyndham, W. R 


. . 9.. 


2,263 


Thomas, W. V. . . . 


1 


100 


Young, C. F. . . . 


..3.. 


394 


Thompson, R. C. . 


2 


236 


Young, H. T. L. 


..2.. 


237 


Thompson, V. T. . 


16 


. 2,638 


Zetland, Lord . . 


..3.. 


337 



THE ONLY BOOK OF FORM 

RACING-UP-TO-DATE. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 45 
Wixnixg Owners in 1913 — Continued. 

COMPARATIVE TABLE FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS. 

1913. 1912. 1911. 1910. 

Joel, Mr. J. B £25,420 . .£14,551 . .£34,574 . . £8,393 

Hulton, Mr. E 24,674 . . 16,230 . . 9,240 . . 7,048 

Derby, Lord 18,273 .. 17,333 .. 42,421 . . 23,692 

Walker, Mr. W. H 11,734 . . 5,072 . . 5,000 . . 2,411 

M'Calmont, Mr. D 11,513 .. 3,884 .. 2,411 .. 6,949 

Joel, Mr. S. B 11,338 . . 11,502 . . 6,741 . . 11,531 

Belmont, Mr. A 10,515 . . 9,984 . . 2,541 . . 2,846 

Harewood, Lord 10,216 . . 730 . . 137 . . 345 

Raphael, Mr. W 9,963 . . 16,501 . . 3,703 . . 3,886 

Cooke, Sir W 8,496 .. 1,803 .. 5,466 .. —- — 

Xelke, Mr. P 7,882 . . 7,574 . . 4,052 . . 12,150 

Ismay, Mr. C. B 7,804 . . 12,072 . . 3,680 . . 195 

Edwardes, Mr. G 7,738 . . 3,317 . . 5,438 . . 1,541 

Whitney, Mr. H. P 7,113 .. 8,689 .. 4,978 .. 13,764 

Rosebery, Lord 6,947 . . 9,612 . . 7,139 . . 13,181 

Cunliffe, Mr. A. P 6,835 . . 609 . . 244 . . 3,302 

Carnarvon, Lord 8,498 . . 2,958 . . 3,716 . . 3,237 

Forester, Cant. F 6,465 . . 776 . . 1,790 . . 1,706 

Cassel, Sir E 6,463 . . 7,270 . . . . 1,365 

Rothschild, Mr L de 6.319 .. 10,452 .. 7,769 .. 13,132 

Dresden, Mr. E 6,729 .. 1,300 .. 1,446 .. 681 

Loder, Major E 5,611 . . 6,808 . . 8,132 . . 5,228 



WINNING BREEDERS IN 1913. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS. 

1913. 1912. 1911. 1910. 

Joel, Mr J. B £25,391 ..£12,349 ..£32,512 .. £7,822 

Walker, Mr. W. H 17,677 .. 26,041 .. 14,669 .. 13,601 

Derby, Lord 17,560 . . 15,294 . . . . 5,734 

Sykes, The late Sir T. . . . 13,676 . . 9,181 . . 6,977 . . 874 

Kennedy, Mr. E 12,721 .. 2,131 .. 1,544 .. 2,191 

Harewood, Lord 10,216 . . 730 . . 237 . . 345 

Wise, Major F. II 10,108 . . 357 . . — . . 

Raphael, Mr. W 9,844 .. 16,462 .. 1,701 .. 2,424 

Loder, Major 8,987 . . 15,872 . . 8,327 . . 7,877 

Rosebery, Lord 8,581 . . 12,321 . . 8,209 . . 16,643 

Hulton, Mr. E 8,074 . . 5,498 . . 772 — 

Robinson, Sir J. . . 7,932 .. 6,272 .. 6,970 .. 3,137 

Carnarvon, Lord 7,1.93 .. 5,507 .. 2,034 .. 4,414 

Neumann, Mr. L 0,498 .. 8,676 .. 4,590 .. 11,765 

Laidlaw, Mr. T. K 6,450 .. 477 . . — .. 

Forester, Capt. F 6,365 . . 676 . . 1,840 . . 849 

Rothschild, Mr. L. de... 6.207 .. 9,737 .. 8,547 .. 13.54(1 

Bewicke, Capt 5,900 . . 477 . . 419 . . 300 

Londonderry, Lord 4,980 . . 1,238 . . 1,925 . . 537 

Dawson, Mr. M 4,899 .. 526 .. 5,451 .. 



46 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

WINNING TRAINERS IN 1913. 



No. 


of Races £ 


No. of Races £ 


Allen, G 


.. 2. 


409 


Goby, E. G 


. 1. 


190 


Archer, F. C. 


.. 5. 


1,613 


Goodgames, T. . . . 


. 7. 


. 1,367 


Armitage. S, E. 


.. 3. 


386 


Gunter, G 


. 7. 


854 


Armstrong, R.W 


...20. 


2.699 


Gurry, M 


. 1. 


117 


Arnold, J 


.. 9. 


1,180 


Gwilt, E 


. 5. 


. 500 


Baker, W. R. . . 


..13. 


2,433 


Hackett, J. F. . . . 


. 3. 


349 


Barling, F. B. 


..16. 


2,054 


Hallick, J. F. ... 


.33. 


. 5,483 


Barnett, Capt. . 


.. 1. 


144 


Halsey, C 


. 2. 


200 


Batho, J. H. ... 


..12. 


6,232 


Halsey, W 


. 9. 


. 6,463 


Beardsley, H. . 


. . 6. 


6,161 


Hampson, A 


. 6. 


. 1,015 


Beatty, Capt. V. 


.. 5. 


613 


Hartigan, F 


.37. 


. 9,465 


Beatty, Major . 


.. 3. 


432 


Hartigan, P 


.40. 


. 8,943 


Bell, J. M 


.. 6. 


2,664 


Hastings, Hon. A. 


. 1. 


100 


Bell, 


.. 1. 


100 


Hehir, M 


. 6. 


751 


Blackwell, G. . . 


. . 13 . 


2,277 


Hogg, T 


.11. 


. 1,343 


Braime, H 


.. 2. 


244 


Hoyle, W 


. 3 


481 


Bramley, J. . . . 


. . 9. 


2,459 


Hunt, E 


. 1. 


100 


Brennan, J. ... 


.. 2. 


349 


Hunt, F 


. 9. 


1,859 


Broadley, J. H-. 


.. 7. 


939 


Hyams, G 


.10. 


1,423 


Burns, E 


. . 1. 


100 


Jackson, A 


. 2. 


294 


Bums, J 


.. 8. 


847 


Jarvis, B 


.14. 


6,187 


Butchers, G. . . . 


. . 4. 


518 


Jarvis, W. A. . . . 


.13. 


3,004 


Butters, J 


..21. 


4.292 


Jarvis, W. R. ... 


. 7. 


1,457 


Cannon, J 


.15. 


4,223 


Jennings, T 


. 5. 


2,251 


Cannon, T 


.. 1. 


342 


Joyner, A. J 


.19. 


7,111 


Cannon, T., jun. 


..13. 


4,676 


Kelly, J 


.11. 


1,750 


Carter, H 


..17. 


4,414 


Lake, J. A 


. 8. 


874 


Casebourne, 0. J 


.. . 4. 


533 


Lambton, Hon. F. 


.10. 


2,220 


Clancy, G 


.. 1. 


100 


Lambton, Hon. G. 


.55. 


25,102 


Cobb, F 


.. 1. 


100 


Latham, J 


. 2. 


236 


Cole, F 


5. 


1,384 


Leach, F 


.12. 


5,799 


Colling, R. W. . 


..29. 


4,363 


Leader, C 


.11. 


10,747 


Collins, H 


.. 9. 


1,231 


Leader, T 


. 3. 


381 


Connor, T 


.. 2. 


200 


Leader, T., jun. . . 


. 1. 


100 


Copeland, H. . . 


.. 1. 


100 


Lewis, T 


.18. 


13,604 


Cotcheifer, W. . 


. . 3. 


39c 


Lines, H 


.31. 


6,012 


Civndell, L. A. . 


. .15. 


1,934 


Linton, J 


. 8. 


1,306 


Darling, S 


..17. 


4,977 


Lowe, P 


. 4. 


400 


Darling, S. H. . 


.. 8. 


1,831 


Lynharn, F 


. 3. 


635 


Davies, G. S. 


..12. 


2,697 


M'Call, J 


. 2. 


200 


Dawson, J 


..19. 


4,320 


M'Gregor, G 


. 2. 


200 


Dawson, R. C. . 


..29. 


10,914 


M'Guigan, J 


. 2. 


187 


Day,R 


..37. 


9,940 


M'Nee 


. 1. 


100 


De Mestre, E. G. 


..19. 


6,569 


Madden, O 


. 4. 


400 


Dewhnrst, Capt 


..20. 


7,884 


Marsh, R 


. 7. 


5,219 


Dollery, W. A. . 


.. 1. 


100 


Martin, E 


. 6. 


1,096 


Doyle, C 


.. 2. 


290 


Medcalfe, H. T. . . 


.15. 


3.775 


Duller, G 


.. 6. 


600 


Menzies, G 


. 5. 


835 


Dundas, Lord . 


.. 3. 


337 


Miller, G 


. 2. 


295 


East, J 


.. 8. 


949 


Miller J. K 


. 2. 


200 


Elsey, C. F 


..22. 


3,313 


Moran, F 


. 2. 


200 


Enoch, H 


.. 6. 


1,475 


Moreton, R 


. 9. 


1,019 


Escott, H 


..13. 


2,643 


Morris, Major . . . 


. 7. 


2.341 


Fagan, J 


.. 2. 


296 


Morton, C. 


.32. 


25,765 


Fallon, J 


..29. 


3,988 


Nightingall, W. . . 


9. 


1,355 


Farquharson, R. 


J.. 3. 


653 


Nugent, Sir C. . . . 


.12. 


2,162 


Fitton, T 


.. 2. 


231 


Osborne, J 


. 3. 


2.383 


Ford 


.. 1. 


100 


Parker, A 


. 2. 


231 


Gilbert, A. J 


2 


291 


Parkes, A. W. . . . 


. 5. 


521 


Gilpin, P. P. ... 


.'.'19.' 


11,618 


Peacock, M. D. . . 


.22. 


2,353 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



47 



Winning Trainers in 1913 



Peck, C. 
Peck, P. 
Persse, H. S. ... 

Phillips, J 

Pickering-, S. G. 

Pirie, G. L 

Poole, G. C. 
Powney, Harry 
Powney, Hugh 
Pratt, F. C. ... 
Priestley, F. V. 

Pullen, W 

Randall, H. . . . 
Renwick, J. . . . 
Renwick, W. . . 

Riste, J 

Robinson, W. T, 
Robson, E. . . . 
Rogers, J. T. . . 

Rudcf, H 

Russell, B. C. . 
Sadler, A. B. 
Sadler, A., jun. . 
Sadler, H. W. . 
Sanderson, W. . 
Scholfield, T. . . 

Scott, A 

Scott, N. H. 
Sherwood, R. . . 
Smith, G 



No. of Races £ 

19 . 5,976 

12. 

40. 



4,556 

23,657 

100 



30 . 


9,581 


11. 


2,486 


1. 


147 


9. 


2,010 


9. 


1,257 


•29. 


11,860 


1 . 


136 


1. 


100 


6. 


1,109 


■->•> 


3,426 


8. 


1,318 


1. 


130 


■>- 


16,793 


8. 


1,579 


3. 


1,197 


2 


383 


1. 


100 


3. 


385 


25. 


4,940 


12. 


2,004 


4. 


2,046 



995 

100 

1,295 

4,507 

1,001 



-Continued. 

No. of Races 



Smith, J. . 
Smith, Major . . . 
Stevenson, J. ... 
Stratton, W. F. . 

Tabor, C. V 

Taylor, A 

Thomson, R. . . . 
Thornton, W. T. 
Ussher, H. J. ... 

Walters, W 

Watson, J 

Waugh, C 

Waugh, D 

Waugh, T 

Waugh, W 

Wetherell, B. . . . 

Wheeler, R 

Whipp, J. T. ... 
Whitaker, P. . . . 
Withington, F. E. 

Wood, C 

Wood, J 

Wootton, R 

Worton, T 

Wright, A. W. 

Yapp, W. C 

Young, C 

Young, H 

Young, T 



. 1. 
. 3. 
. 4. 

.27. 
. 25 . 
. 5. 
. 3. 
. 1. 
.10. 
. 10 . 
.31. 
. 6. 
.12. 
.15. 
. 4. 
. 1. 
.10. 



.11. 
.66. 
. 1. 
. 1. 

. 7. 



,560 
100 

362 
889 
,063 
,646 
437 
337 
100 
.525 
,812 
,675 
,063 
,335 
,232 
,817 
100 
.605 
471 
,555 
,038 
,458 
,989 
102 
100 
,238 
394 
237 
485 



COMPARATIVE TABLE FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS. 

1913. 

Wootton, R £27,989 

Morton, C 25,765 

Lamb ton, Hon. G 25,102 

Persse, H. S 23,657 

Robinson, W. T 16,793 

Watson, J 14,812 

Taylor, A 14,646 

Lewis, T 13,604 

Pratt, F. C 11,860 

Gilpin, P. P 11,618 

Dawson, R. C 10,914 

Leader, C 10,747 

Waugh, D 10,063 , 

Day, R 9,940 

Pickering, S. G 9,581 

Hartigan, F 8,848 

Hartigan, P. F 8,640 

Dewhurst, Capt 7,884 

Waugh, C 7,675 

Waugh, W 7,232 

Joyner, A. J 7,111 




43 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



JOCKEYS' MOUNTS IN 1913. 





Won Lost Ttl. 




Won Lost Ttl. 


Adams, J. 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


2 


Calder, E. . . . 


.. 8. 


. 92. 


.103 


Allden, G... 


.. -s: 


. 46. 


! 49 


Calder, A. 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Allden, P. . . 


.. 3. 


. 26. 


. 29 


Canty, J 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Allen, J 


.. 0. 


. 5. 


. 5 


Carron, M 


.. 7. 


. 65. 


. 72 


Andar, F. 


... 0. 


. 10. 


. 10 


Carron, T. . . . 


.. 2. 


. 25. 


. 27 


Anthony, I. 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Caseboume, V 


.0 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Avery, P 


.. 0. 


. 13. 


. 13 


Cassidy, 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


A vila 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Cavanagh, J, . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Baldwin, R. 


.. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Chaloner, H. . 


.. 9. 


.117. 


.126 


Balding, R. . 


.. 0. 


. 5. 


. 5 


Cheshire. F. . 


.. 12. 


. 82. 


. 94 


Barker, E. . . 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


2 


Chilvers, H. . . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Barton; B. . . 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


! 2 


Clark, J. 


.. 49. 


.339. 


.383 


Barrett, W. 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Clark, T 


.. 3. 


. 15. 


. 18 


Barber, T. . . 


.. 1. 


. 22. 


. 23 


Clear, H 


.. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Barrett, A. . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Clout, G 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


1 


Barrett, C. . . 


.. 11. 


.120. 


.131 


Coe, E 


.. 0. 


5 . 


5 


Beaver, G. . 


.. 0. 


. 6. 


. 6 


Collyer, G 


.. 0. 


. 6. 


. 6 


Beasley, E. . . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Cook, E 


.. 0. 


7 


. 7 


Bennett, J. . 


.. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Colling, R 


.. 1. 


. 20 . 


. 21 


Beary, M. . . 


.. 1. 


. 14. 


. 15 


Connor, C. . . 


.. 0. 


. ii. 


. 11 


Beilhouse, G 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Collis, W 


.. 1. 


. 10. 


. 11 


Beasley, W. 


.. 6. 


. 86. 


. 92 


Cooper, R. . . . 


.. 22. 


.176. 


.198 


Bellaby, P. . 


.. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Costello, T... 


.. 0. 


7 


. 7 


Bendon, J. . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Coyne, P 


.. 0. 


1. 


1 


Blackburn, L 


... 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Crisp, R 


.. 16. 


.179. 


.195 


Blackburn, T 


V. . . 


. 7. 


. 7 


Curtis, R. . . . 


.. 0. 


o . 


. 3 


Black well, N. 


.. 1. 


. 9. 


. 10 


Dainty, F 


.. 2. 


. 1. 


. 3 


Blake 


... 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Davis, F 


.. 0. 


. 6. 


. 6 


Bona, R. ... 


.. 0. 


. 13. 


. IB 


Da vies, W. H 


.. 1. 


. 18. 


. 19 


Bond, J. ... 


.. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Da vies, D 


.. 1. 


. 12. 


. 13 


Bond, T. ... 


.. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Dance, 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Bott, J 


.. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Dale, D 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Bowman . . . 


.. 0. 


. 12. 


. 12 


Davies, C 


.. I. 


. 3. 


. 4 


Boulton, L.. 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Davis, B 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Bougliton, A. 


.. 1. 


. 5. 


. 6 


Day, J 


.. 0. 


. 10. 


. 10 


Boyle, J. . . . 


.. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Daws, W. . . . 


.. 1. 


. 13. 


. 14 


Boyce, M. . . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Dick, D 


.. 2. 


. 12. 


. 14 


Bradley, G.. 


.. 0. 


. 12. 


. 12 


Dickens, C. . . 


.. 6. 


. 85. 


. 91 


Bramley, J.. 


.. 4. 


. 44. 


. 48 


Dines, J 


.. 0. 


. 6. 


. 6 


Brennan, J.. 


.. 0. 


. 8. 


. 8 


Dockery 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Briggs, W. . . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Donoghue, S. 


.. 78. 


.519. 


.597 


Brown, A. . . 


.. 0. 


. 5. 


. 5 


Downes, W. . . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Brown, J. . . 


.. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Doyle, Jas. . . 


.. 3. 


. 38. 


. 41 


Brown, T. . . 


.. 0. 


. 11. 


. 11 


Drake, J. E. . 


.. 1. 


. 19. 


. 20 


Buck, W. . . 


.. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Duller, V 


.. 0. 


. 5. 


. 5 


Buckley, W. 


.. 28. 


.282. 


.310 


Duke, J 


.. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Burns, J. . . . 


.. 0. 


. 16. 


. 16 


Duce, W. 


.. 0. 


. 30. 


. 30 


Butchers, E. 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Duller, A 


.. 3. 


.131. 


.134 


Burns, T 


.. 1. 


. 3. 


. 4 


Duller, G. . . . 


.. 4. 


. 17. 


. 21 


Burton, W. . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Dunkley, G. . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Butchers, L. 


.. 2. 


. 73. 


. 75 


Dunkley, J. . . 


.. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Bullock, F. . 


.. 6. 


. 19. 


. 25 


Dwyer, T. . . . 


1 


1. 


. 2 


BuJlock, B. . 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Earl, W 


.. 17. 


.233. 


.250 


Buck, A. . . . 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


East, H 


.. 6. 


. 29. 


. 35 


Bullock, G. I 


I.. 9. 


.120. 


.129 


Edwards 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Cade 


.. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Elnor, F 


.. 1. 


. 34. 


. 35 


Caisly, F. . . 


.. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Escott, A. . . . 


.. 2. 


. 37. 


. 39 


Cairoll. D. .. 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


1 


Evans, J. ... 


.. 0. 


. 12. 


. 12 


Catton, H. .. 


.. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Every, W 


.. 0. 


12. 


. 12 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



49 



Jockeys' 


Mounts in 1913 — Continued. 








Won Lost Ttl. 




Won Lost Ttl. 


Ever 1 *, A. ... 


. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Hullah, A 


. 2. 


. 14. 


. 16 


Eyre, J 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Hurst. R 


0. 


. 6. 


. 6 


Eynott, F. . . 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Huxley, E 


47. 


.313. 


.360 


Farmer, W. . . 


. 0. 


. 2 


2 


Huxley, W. . . . 


37. 


.299. 


.336 


Feehan, H. . . 


. 0. 


. 3. 


."3 


Huxley, H. J. . 


0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Ferguson, A. . 


. .. 1. 


. 8. 


. 9 


Hyams, J 


0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Finn. J 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


James, T 


1. 


. 2. 


. 3 


Field, T. E. . . 


. 0. 


. 3 


..3 


James, R 


0. 


. 5. 


. 5 


Firth, P 


1. 


. 9. 


. 10 


Jameson, II. . . 


0. 


. 7. 


7 


Flaherty, T. . 


.. 1. 


5. 


. 6 


Jelliss, H 


43. 


.374. 


.417 


Flanagan, A.. 


.. 1. 


. 15. 


. 16 


Jones, C 


12. 


. 85. 


. 97 


Flanagan, R. . 


.. 1. 


. 4. 


5 


Jones, H 


7. 


. 98. 


.105 


Foley, H 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Jones, P 


4. 


. 52. 


. 56 


Ford. G 


.. 0. 


. 8. 


. 8 


Keeble, A 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Fazard, E 


2 


. 10. 


. 12 


Kendrick, A.. . 


1. 


. 11. 


. 12 


Fox, E 


'.' 10.' 


.106. 


.116 


King, G. C. ... 


3. 


.53. 


. 56 


Foster, T. . . . 


. 1. 


. 20. 


. 21 


Kingston, J. . . 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Foy, C 


. 40. 


.375. 


.415 


Krull, T 


0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Foy, J 


. 0. 


. 8. 


. 8 


Kirby, R 


0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Freelander . . 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Lake, P 


0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Freeman, A. . 


. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Lawson, H. . . . 


0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Furby, T 
Gardner, B. . 


. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Lawton, F. ... 


0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


7 . 


. 56. 


. 63 


Lea, W 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Gardner, V. . . 


. 0. 


2 


. 2 


Ledson, J 


30. 


.285. 


.315 


Gibbs, A 


. 0. 


! i! 


1 


Leggatt 


0. 


. 15. 


. 15 


Gilroy 


. 0. 


. i. 


. 1 


Lloyd, A 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Gibson, G. . . . 


. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Longhurst, C. . 


7. 


. 73. 


. 80 


Gillett, G. ... 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Lovelock, L . . 


0. 


2 


. 2 


Goodwin, W. . 


. 0. 


. 10. 


. 10 


Louch, H 


0. 


'. l\ 


. 4 


Graham 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Lynch, A 


1. 


. 2. 


. 3 


Grant, G 


. 1. 


. 10. 


. 11 


Lynch, B 


0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Greenawav, G. 


1. 


2 


. 3 


M'Call, G 


4. 


. 75. 


. 79 


Griffin, W 


. 0. 


! i! 


1 


M'Call, J 


3. 


. 9. 


. 12 


Gray, P 


. 2. 


. 40. 


. 42 


M'Dermott, J. 


0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Greening, H. . 


. 0. 


. 9. 


. 9 


M'Fadden, J. . 


0. 


. 13. 


. 13 


Greening, F. . 


. 1. 


. 45. 


. 46 


M'Guigan, D. . 


0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Green, R. ... 


1. 


. 6. 


. 7 


M'Kenna, D. . . 


22. 


. 155 . 


.177 


Griggs, Win. . 


. 30. 


.230. 


.260 


Mace, G 


0. 


. 5. 


. 5 


Griggs, Walter 


. 62. 


.373. 


.435 


Maher, D 


115. 


.309. 


.424 


Hall, L 


. 0. 


. 8. 


. 8 


Martin, J. H. 


53. 


.325. 


.378 


Haider, J. . . . 


. 0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Martin, J. W.. 


0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Hale. C 


. 1. 


. 12. 


. 13 


Mason, P 


1, 


. 10. 


. 11 


Hanishaw, C. . 


. 2. 


. 24. 


. 26 


Maynard, S. . . . 


1. 


. 6. 


. 7 


Hannaby. T. . 


. 1. 


. 16. 


. 17 


Maloney, J. 


3. 


. 8. 


. 11 


Hamilton, R. . 


. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Marshall, G. W 


0. 


5 . 


. 5 


Harper, R.. . . 




2 


. 2 


Mason. R. H.. . 


0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Harris, A. ... 


. 0. 


.' 15! 


. 15 


Mallon, H 


1. 


. 9. 


. 10 


Flarrison, F. . 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Manser, R. ... 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Harvey, F. W. 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Matthews, C. . . 


1. 


. 18. 


. 19 


Heath, J 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Markham, G. . . 


1. 


. 5. 


. 6 


Heckford.C. . 


. 1. 


. 75. 


. 76 


Marsh, H 


0. 


. 8. 


. 8 


Henry, M. ... 


. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Marriott, N. . . . 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Hev.it t, A 


. 0. 


. 10. 


. 10 


Metcalf, T. . . . 


1. 


. 14. 


. 15 


Herbert, F. . . 


. 26. 


.288. 


.314 


Middleton, P. . 


0. 


. 1. 


1 


Hewitt, L 


. 1. 


.48. 


. 49 


Milburne, A. . . . 


13. 


. 120 . 


. 133 


Hickey, J 


. 3. 


. 19. 


. 22 


Molloy, W 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Hives, W 


. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Morris, J 


0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Higgs, W. A. . . 


. 16. 


.156. 


.172 


Moyland, J 


0. 


7 . 


. 7 


Hobson, E. . . . 


. 2. 


. 15. 


. 17 


Mulholland, J. . . 


2. 


. 15. 


. 17 


Hobson, W... 


. 0. 


. 6. 


. 6 


Muusse, J 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Horan, H 


. 0. 


. 6. 


. 6 


O'Brien, J 


0. 


7 


7 


Huish 


. 0. 


1. 


. 1 


O'Neill, F 


2. 


. G. 


. 8 


Hunter, F 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


O'Mahoney, J.. 


7. 


. 31. 


. 33 



50 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Joe 



Oppensbaw 
Orchard, J. 
Osenda, P • 
Parkins, A, 
Parkes, W. 
. Patman, J. 
Phelan, M. 
Pike, H. . . . 
Piper, E. . . 
Plant, J. . . 
Piatt, C. J. 
Poole, R. . . 
Powell, W. 
Prater, G.. 

Price, T 

Prout, J. . . 
Prince, W . . 
Pullen, G. . 
Pulien, W. 
Quiun, P. . . 
Raine — . . 
Rankin, B . 
Rawles, II. 
Rees, H. . . 
Reiff, J ... . 

Reid, R 

Reynolds, F 
Richardson, 
Riley, E. . 
Rickaby, F. 
Rickaby, G. 
Rings tead, C. 
Roberts, B. . . 
Robertson, W 
Robertson, K 
Robbins, H. 
Rogers, J. . . 
Ruston, T. . 
Ryan, J. ... 
Saxby, W. . 
Saxby, A. . . 
Sayers, T. . . 
Scott, T. . . . 
Sergeant, F. 
Seymour, S. 
Shanahan . . 
S hat well . . . 
Sharpies, J. 
Sharpies, T. 
Sharpies, A. 
Saunders, F. 
Simmons, J. 
Scholfield, Yf 
Scourge, F. . . 
Simper, R. . 
Sheather, H. 
Sherwood, F. 
Short, W. . . 
Shepherd, W. 
Smart, B. . . 
smith, W. J. 
Smyth, W. . 
Smith, R. .. 



KEYS 

Won 

0.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0. . 
48 
10.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0.. 

0. . 
31. . 



Mounts in 1913— Continued. 

Lost Ttl. 
3.. 3 



1-2 



2. 

7. 

1. 

3. 
16. 

1. 

27. 

122. 

153. 

6. 

3. 

4. 

1. 

20. 

200 . 

20. 



0. . 
0.. 

0. . 

1. . 
1. . 
0. . 
0.. 

1. . 

0. . 



49. 

1.. 
14. . 

0. . 
10. . 

2.. 
52. . 

0. . 

0. . 

0.. 
36. 

0. . 

0.. 

0. . 

0. . 

6.. 

0.. 

0. . 

0.. 

0. . 



283 . . 332 
11.. 12 



158. 
3. 



7. 

462. 



514 

4. . 4 
1.. 1 
2 2 

185!! 221 
4.. 4 



Smith, S 

Smith, J. F. 

Smyth, E 

Southey, H. . . 
Sheppard, R. . . 

Spear, N 

Steele, R 

Stephenson, G 

Stern, G 

Stokes, H 

Stokes, R 

Stowe, H 

Street, J 

Strong, W. . . . 

Tate, J 

Taylor, A. ... 

Taylor, J e 

Taylor, W 



Won Lost Ttl. 
1 

37 

1 

17 



Temple, E 
Templeinan, A. . 2 
Templeman, F.. 35 

Thornton 

Thoburn 

Timmins, F. . . 
Timmins, C. . . . 
Thwaites, J. . . . 8 

Topping, G 

Townsend, F. . . 

Town, L 

Trickle, R 1 

Trigg, C 

Tulloch 

Vernon, W 

Walkington, S.B 

Wall, R 

Wardle, F 

Ward, W 



1. 

. 33. 
. 1. 
. 16. 
. 2. 
.287. 

5. 
. 30. 
.10. 
. 57. 
.289. 

5. . 
. 2.. 
. 3.. 
. 11.. 
. 1.. 
.53.. 
. 3.. 
. 2.. 
.68.. 
. 240 . . 
. 2.. 
. 4.. 
. 1.. 
. 2.. 
.91.. 
.17.. 
. 5.. 
. 4.. 
.30.. 



0.. 
0.. 



309 
5 

, 32 

10 

60 

319 

, 5 

, 2 

3 

14 

1 

59 

3 

2 

70 

275 

2 

4 

1 

2 

99 

17 

5 

4 

31 

97 

1 

3 



Wall, G . 



32. 

18. 



0.. 
0.. 
0. . 



51.. 

1.. 

34.. 

28.. 



4.. 

238.. 
1.. 



Walsh 
Watson, A. 
Walch, H. . 
Watts, H. . 
Watson, E. 
i Watson, W. 
Watkin, H. 



0. . 
0. . 
. . 

3'.! 
1.. 

0.. 
Watson, R 10. . 



1. 

86. 



Wandby, A. 
Whalley, A. ... 
Wheatley, E. . . . 
Wheatley, J . . . 

White, F 

White, F 

White, J 

Wildgoose 

Whiting 

Whitney, C. . . . 
Willerton, H. . . 
Williams, W. H. 
Williams, F. . . . 

Wilkins, B 0. 

Williams, J. . . . 0., 
Williams, L. . . . 0.. 
Williamson, E.. 0., 



14. 
40. 
18. 
39. 



0.. 

484. 
382. 

8. 
12.. 

7.. 

1. . 

1. . 



1 
3 

2 

2 

4 

14 

42 

21 

40 

6 

98 

570 

461 

8 

12 

7 
1 
1 
9 
1 
8 



6.. 
4.. 
5.. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



51 



Jockeys' Mounts in 1913. — Continued. 



Wing, M 

Winter, F 

Woodland, P. 
Wootton, F. . 



Won Lost Ttl. 
19.. 167.. 186 
17.. 137.. 151 
1 . 2 3 
91.'!23o!.'321 



Wootton, S. 
Young, C. . . 
Young, E., . 
York. W. . . 



Won Lost Ttl. 
0.. 2.. 2 
0.. -3.. 3 
1.. 11.. 12 
0.. 1.. 1 



GENTLEMEN RIDERS IN 1913. 








Won Lost Ttl. 


V? 


on Lost Ttl. 


Alexander, J. . . 


0. 


. 6. 


. G 


Miller, J. K 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Allfrey, Capt 


. 0. 


. 1. 


, 1 


Misa, H. V 


2. 


. 4. 


. 6 


Anthony, J, R. . . . 


. 0. 


. 1. 


, 1 


Misa, M 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Anthony, 


. 0. 


2. 


2 


Misa, V. P 


2, 


. 8. 


.10 


Barnett, Capt. . . . 


. 0. 


2* 


. 2 


Montagu, Mr 


0, 


. 1. 


, 1 


Beatty. Capt. V.. . 


. 2. 


! 3! 


. 5 


Newton, Capt, C. N 


0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Bevis, C 


. 0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Paravicini, C de . . . 


0, 


. 1. 


, 1 


Brown, F. A 


. 0. 


. 8. 


, 8 


Patterson, W. K. 


0. 


. 2. 


. 2 


Bruce, Capt. R. . . 


. 1. 


. 8. 


. 9 


Rees, F. B 


2. 


. 7 . 


. 9 


Butler, Capt, O'B. 


. 1. 


. 3. 


. 4 


Roberts, P 


0. 


. 4. 


. 4 


Casebourne, 0. J.. 


. 2. 


. 4. 


. 6 


Rogers, D 


0. 


2 


, 2 


Clark, Capt, M. . . . 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Sanday, Mr 


0. 


.' 1. 


. 1 


Dand, R 


. 0. 


2. 


. 2 


Scott, A 


1, 


. 0. 


. 1 


Drake, H. W. T. . . 


. 1. 


.' 7.' 


. 8 


Skrine, E. H 


0, 


. 1. 


. 1 


Foster, J. B 

Firth, L 


. 0. 


. 1. 


1 


Shaw, D 


0, 


2 


. 2 


. 2. 





, 5 


Smith, A 


0, 


'. 1. 


, 1 


Firth, M 


. 0. 


'. l! 


. 1 


Springfield, Capt . . 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Good, Meyrick . . . 


. 0. 


. 6. 


, 6 


Storie, J. C 


1. 


. 6. 


. 7 


Gunter, G 


. 6. 


.19. 


.25 


StedalJ, C 


0. 


. 1. 


. Z 


Harrison, H 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Townshend, F. M. . . 


0. 


. 4. 


. 1 


Hartigan, F 


. 2. 


. 4. 


. 6 


Upton, J. T 


0. 


. 2. 


. 4 


Heasman, G. H. . . 


. 3. 


. 5. 


. 8 


Ussher, J 


1. 


.10. 


,11 


Johnstone, J 


. 2. 


. 4. 


. 6 


Walls, T 


0. 


. 1. 


. O 


King, Sir G. C. 








Willett, Mr 


0. 


. 1. 


, 1 


Duckworth .... 


. 0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Whi taker, Mr 


0. 


. 1. 


, 1 


Kite, A 


. 0. 


1. 


1 


Williams, F. W. G. 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 


Law, A 


. 0. 


. 1. 


, 1 


Wilmot, F. W 


0. 


.10. 


.11 


Mackay, Mr 


. 1. 


. 5 . 


. 6 


Wilson, H. M 


0, 


. 1. 


. 1 


Manley, J 


. 0. 


3 


. 3 


Wilson, G. L 


0. 


. 1. 


, 1 


M'Calmont, D. . . . 


. 0. 


. 3. 


. 3 


Wyndham, Mr. . . . 


0. 


. 1. 


. 1 



SUMMARY OF JOCKEYS' 

Riding Weight 

st lb 1st 

Maher, D 8 8.. 115. 

Wootton, F 9 1.. 91. 

Whalley, A 7 6.. 86. 

Wheatley, E 8 . . 79 . 

Donoghue, S 7 7 . . 78 . , 

Griggs, Walter 8 2 . . 62 . 

Martin, J. H 7 8.. 53., 

Bobbins, H 7 7.. 52.. 

Rickaby, F 8 2. . 49. , 

Clark, J 8 5.. 49., 

Piper, E 7 11.. 48. 

Huxley, E 6 9.. 47.. 

Jelliss, H 7 10 . . 43 . , 

Foy, C. 7 6 . . 40 . , 

Huxley, W 7 6.. 37., 

Saxby, W 8 9 . . 36 . , 

Templeman, F 8 3 . . 35 . . 

Prout, J 6 10.. 31.. 

Griggs, William 8 2. . 30 . . 

Ledson, J 6 0.. 30. . 

Stokes, R 6 9.. 30.. 



MOUNTS IN 1913. 



2nd 
68. 
60. 
76. 
56. 
69. 
64. 
47. 
50. 
40. 
45. 
49. 
62. 



3rd Unpl. Ttl. 
. 55.. 186.. 424 
. 52.. 118.. 321 
. 73.. 335.. 570 
. 47.. 279.. 461 
. 77.. 373. .597 
. 47.. 262.. 435 
. 46.. 232. .378 
. 37.. 375.. 514 
. 36. .207. .332 
. 47.. 247.. 388 
. 48.. 325.. 470 
. 43.. 208.. 360 
. 33.. 303.. 417 
. 49.. 285.. 415 
. 33.. 228.. 336 
. 28.. 115.. 221 
. 34. .174. .275 
. 28.. 152.. 231 
. 41 . . 161 . . 260 
. 41. .202. .315 
. 38. .226.. 319 



Per- 
centage 
..27.12 
..28.34 
..15.08 
..17.13 
..13.03 
..14.25 
..14.02 
..10.11 
. .14.75 
..12.62 
..10.21 
..13.05 
. .10.31 
. . 9.63 
..11.01 
. . 16 . 28 
..12.72 
..13.41 
..11.53 
9.52 
9 . 40 



52 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



JOCKEYS' WINNING MOUNTS 

1913 1912 

Maher. D 115 109 

Wootton, F 91 118 

WhaUey, A 86 99 

Wheatley, E 79 73 

Donoghue, S 78 41 

Griggs, Walter 62 53 

Martin, J. H 53 41 

Bobbins, H 52 55 

Clark, J 49 86 

Bickaby, F 49 39 

Piper, E 48 53 

Huxley, E 47 23 

JelHss, H 43 17 

Foy, C 40 60 

Huxley, W 37 51 

Saxby. W 36 38 

Templeman, F 35 20 

Prout, J 31 2 

Griggs, William 30 28 

Stokes, Pv 30 7 

Ledson, J 30 14 

Buckley, W 28 17 



FROM 1907 TO 1913 




1911 


1910 


1909 


1908 1907 


99 


127 


116 


139 


1U 


187 


137 


165 


129 


39 


29 


23 


■ — 


— , 


— 


17 


41 


27 


25 


4 + 


49 


27 


8 


— 


— 


35 


49 


57 


37 


39 


38 


39 


41 


31 


— 


15 


— 


1 


4 


fi 


55 


23 


22 


23 


6 


73 


50 


o 


— 


— • 


43 
3 

16 


23 


13 


21 


18 


39 


5 


2 





1 


31 


14 


1 


9 


62 


13 


— 


— 


— 


43 


47 


67 


61 


30 


37 


28 


19 


23 


lit 


28 


28 


39 


62 


68 


41 


1 


— 


— 


— 


4 


' 






z 



WINNING SIRES IN 1913. 



No. of Races 

Acclaim 3 . . 

Adam 2 . . 

Admirable Criclit on 2.. 

Africander 3 . . 

A jax 3 . . 

Altnabreac 1 . . 

Americns 6. . 1,: 

Ampliion 2 . 

Andover 1 . 

Aauascutum 2 . 

Athi 3.. 1,\ 

Athleague 2 . . 

Atlas 2.. 

Australian Star ... 3 . . 

Avidity 1 . . 

Avington 4 . . 

Ayrshire 3 . . 

Bachelor's Button . 9 . . 

Barcadaile 1 . . 

Bellerophon 1 . . 

Ben Brush 3 . . 

Benvenuto 9 . . 1,: 

Beppo 3 . . 1,< 

Berrill 8 . 

Best Man 1 . 

Bill of Portland . . . 3 . 

Black Sand 8 . 

Blankney 1 . 

Bread Knife 1 . 

Bridge of Canny. .11. . 10,' 
Broomstick 10. . I,' 



t 


X 


3. of Races £ 


398 


Buccaneer . . . 


... 5. 


751 


237 


Burgomaster 


... 3. 


540 


194 


Bushey Park. 


... 9. 


. 1,561 


385 


Camp Fire II. 


...21. 


. 2,475 


364 


Captivation . . 


1. 


167 


•>44 


Carbine 


... 6. 


. 1,050 


136 


Carpathian . . 


... 1. 


100 


295 


Catty Crag . . 


... 3. 


300 


100 


Cerasus 


... 4. 


654 


359 


Cesarion .... 


... 3. 


690 


326 


Challacombe . 


... 1. 


144 


->{)() 


Chaucer 


... 28 . 


. 12,547 


286 


Cherry Tree . . 


... 2. 


247 


386 


Cicero 


. ..10. 


. 5,149 


100 


Clonmell .... 


... 1. 


14-4 


430 


Collar 


y 


. 1,729 


324 


Common .... 


... 6. 


608 


202 


Convamore . . 


... 1. 


195 


191 


Countermark 


3 


342 


100 


Count Schomb 


erg. 11. 


. 3.095 


346 


Cupbearer . . . 


... 2. 


578 


•>-;4 


Cupid 




822 


Q34 


Curfew 


9 


286 


697 


Cyllene 




. 3,597 


227 


D'Arenburg- . 


O 


276 


540 


Dark Ronald. 


... 9. 


. 2,656 


118 


Darley Dale . 


9 


587 


100 


Delaunay . . . 


... 1. 


177 


100 


Delhi 


... 4. 


. 1,416 


747 


Desmond . . . 


...41. 


. 30,555 


,455 


Deutschland . 


.... 3. 


250 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



53 



WlXXIXG 


Sires in 


1913— Continued. 






No. of Races £ 


No. of Races £ 


Diakka 


. 4.. 


1.074 


Laveno 


.13.. 


3,566 


Diiina Forget . . . 


. 8. . 


1,171 


Le Blizon 


. 7.. 


90S 


Dinneforcl 


.8.. 


411 


Le Puritain 


. 3.. 


593 


Disguise 


. 4. 


2,610 


Le Senateur 


. 1.. 


100 


Duke ofWestminster 5 . 


734 


Lincoln Mint . . . 


. 4.. 


555 


Dumbarton Castle 


. 5.. 


899 


Littleton 


.29.. 


4,922 


Dundreary 


. 1. . 


137 


Llangibby 


.26.. 


7,345 


Eager 


. 27 . . 


7.065 


Lochryan 


. 7.. 


985 


Earla Mor 


.12.. 


2,220 


Lord Bobs 


.11.. 


1,803 


Easthorpe 


. 1. . 


50 


Lord Edward II . . 


2 


200 


Eider 


. 2. . 


306 


Long Tom 


. 5.. 


831 


Ethelbert 


2 


1,675 


Love Wisely .... 


. 1.. 


100 


Evicted 


. 1. . 


100 


Lychnoscope .... 


3. . 


515 


Fariman 


.IS.. 


6.824 


Machakos 


. 2.. 


290 


Feather Bed .... 


. 5. . 


565 


Mackintosh 


.11. . 


1,635 


Flacon 


. 3. . 


755 


M'Yardley 


. 1. . 


100 


Flor di Cuba 


. 1.. 


100 


Marco 


.22.. 


5.131 


Florizel II 


. 9 


4,416 


Marcovil 


.25. . 


8,026 


Flying Fox 


.3.. 


962 


Master Bunbury. 


. 1.. 


137 


Flying Hackle . . . 


. 6. . 


733 


Martagon 


.17.. 


3,834. 


Forfarshire 


.11.-. 


2.410 


Matchmaker 


14. . 


2,981 




. 3.. 

.14. . 


1,233 
1,669 




13. . 


3,806 


Fowling-piece . . . 


Meddler 


. 8.. 


1,022 


French Fox 


. 4. . 


1,607 


Melton 


. 8. . 


1,062 


Frustrum .... 


. 1. . 


184 


Merman 


. 4. . 


617 


Fugleman 


. 4. . 


660 


Merry Fox 


. 1.. 


100 


Galashiels 


. 1. . 


137 


Minstead 


. 20 . . 


3,853 


Galeazzo 


. 5. . 
.14. . 


675 
11,966 




3. . 


335 


Gallinule 


Minting 


. 1.. 


196 


Galloping Lad . . 


. 20 . . 


2,777 


Missel Thrush . . 


.13.. 


2,430 


General Symons . 


.25 . . 


6,298 


Morganatic 


. 9.. 


2,767 


Goldfinch 


. 1. . 


100 


Morgendale 


. 1. . 


195 


< irand Duke .... 


. 3. . 


459 


Nabot 


. 1. . 


100 


Great Scot 


. 4. . 


2,027 


Naledi 


.3.. 


544 


Grebe 


.5.. 


1,322 


Ninus 


2 


236 


Greenan 


. 1. . 


111 


Nulli Secundus . . 


2. . 


296 


Grey Leg 


. 5 . . 


1,209 


Ocean Wave .... 


. 1.. 


100 


Griffin 


. 1. . 


100 


Ogden 


. 3. . 


442 


Gull, The 


o 


2,167 


Olympian 


. 1.. 


190 


Hackenschmidt . 


. 1. . 


100 


Opposer 


. 1. . 


100 


Hamburg 


. o . . 


1,145 


Oppressor 


•> 


372 


Kerry Melton .... 


6. . 


881 


Orby 


. 8. . 


2057 


Hawfinch 


. 4. . 


650 


Orifiamb 


2. . 


236 


Heliotrope ..... 


2 


295 


Orme 


2 


237 


Hessian 


. 4. . 


063 


Ormondale 


. 3.. 


605 


Hippodrome .... 


. 2.. 


295 


Orvieto 


. 7. . 


795 


His Majesty .... 


. 4. . 


858 


Ossary 


. 2. . 


532 


lan 


.14.. 


1,980 


Pericles 


.25.. 


4,041 


Irish Lad 


. 1.. 


164 


Perigord 


. 2. . 


295 


Isinglass 


.16.. 


10,813 


Persimmon 


. 4. . 


5,784 


Islington 


.5.. 


691 


Perth 


. 1. . 


215 


Jeddah 


. 1. . 


100 


Peter Pan 


. 6.. 


1,439 


Joe Chamberlain 


.16.. 


2,676 


Picton 


.26.. 


10,941 


John o' Gaunt . . 


. 25 . . 


10,770 


Pilot 


. 1. . 


1,027 


Killyleagh 


. 4.. 


558 


Planudes 


. 1.. 


100 


King Crow 


. 1.. 


100 


Polymelus 


.17.. 


9,809 


King's Courier . . 


.11.. 


2,523 


Popoff 


. 1.. 


615 


Kingston 


. 1.. 


186 


Prestige 


. 2.. 


200 


Kirkby 


. 2.. 


406 


Pride 


. 7 . . 


1,245 


Kosmos Bey .... 


. 6.. 


2,835 


Prospector 


. 3.. 


1,167 


Kroonstad 


. 4.. 


705 


Queen's Birthdaj 


. 6.. 


1.251 


Ladas 


. 1.. 


100 


Quidnunc 


. 3.. 


363 


Lally 


.9.. 


4,729 


Rabelais 


. 4.. 


4,923 



54 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Winning Sires in 



No. 



Radium . 
Raft, The 
Rays Cross 
Rising Glass 
Robert 3e Diable 
Rock Sand . 
Rodney .... 
Roi Herode . 
Roquelaure . 
Royal Fox . . 
Sailor Lad ... 
Sainfoin .... 
St. Aidan . . 
St. Amant . . 
St. Angel o . . 
St. Brendan 
St. Denis . . . 
St. Frusquin 

St, Gris 

St. Leonards 
St. Maclou . 
St. Martin . . 
St. Michael . 
St. Monans . 
St. Primus . 

St. Serf 

Sallypark . . 
Sand Bay 

Santoi 

San try 

Scotch Cross 
Silver Streak. 
Simon Square. 
Simontault . . 
Sir Archibald 
Sir Ed gar 
Sir Geoffrey . 
Sir Joshua . . . 

Sir Yisto 

Soliman 

Songcraft . . . 
Song Thrush . 
Spearmint . . . 

Speed 

Spring Cottage 
Sturgeon .... 

Succoth 

Sundridge . . 
Superman . . 
Symington . 

Teucer 

Teufel 

Thrush 

Tinman, The 
Tomas an Appagh 
Toredo . . 
Torpoint 
Tredennis 
Troutl*eck 
Turbine . 

Ugly 

Ulpian 



£ 

675 

100 

333 



19. 


9,268 


9. 


12,842 


1 . 


190 


8. 


11,436 


4. 


436 


4. 


490 


1. 


100 


3 


337 


8. 


2,470 


13. 


3,724 


2 


645 


3. 


423 


15. 


2,064 


31. 


13,157 


2. . 


645 


1 


137 


1. 


100 


m. 


3,176 


i . 


100 


i . 


100 


i . 


176 


7. 


1,141 


2. 


200 


2. 


200 


47. 


13,876 


19. 


5,953 


». 


385 


2. 


367 


15. 


2,529 


14. 


2,663 



495 

2,224 
537 
337 
342 

7.016 
100 
302 
12,030 
621 
100 
100 
355 
24,501 
176 

9,777 
136 
100 

1,382 

2,006 

100 

567 

354 

11,165 

1,245 
50 

1,275 
664 



1913. — Continued. 

No. of Race; 

Uncle Mac 13 . . 

Valiant 2 . . 

Veles 6 . . 

Victory. The 4 . . 

Yitez 6 . . 

Volodyovski 2 . . 

Voter 7 . . 

Wag. The 

Walmsgate 

Wargrave 

Waterboy 

Watercress 

Wavelet's Pride . 
Weathercock . . . 

Whipsnade 

Whyte Melville . . 

White Eagle 

White Knight, The.19 . . 

Wildfowier 5 . . 

Wild Willow 2.. 

William Rufus 2.. 

William the Third. 27 . . 
Winkfield Junior . 1 . . 

Wiseman 1 . . 

Wolf's Crag 2 . . 

Xury 7 . . 

Yankee 4 . . 

Your Majesty 5 . . 



. 5. . 

. 1.. 

. 4.. 
. 3 . . 
.10.. 
. 9.. 
. 2.. 
. 1.. 
. 1.. 
3. 



Avidity or Fariman 
Fitzgibbon or 

Opposer 
Fortunio or 

Symington .... 
Hamburg or 

Burgomaster. 
John o'Gaunt or 

Symington 
L'Abbe Morin or 

Fair Start . . 
Le Blizon or 

Hawfinch 
Leviathan or 

Devilled Truffle 1.. 
Littleton or 

Mocanna 1 . . 
1.. 



... 1. 



2.. 
.. 2.. 



1.. 



Melayr or St. Gris. 
Oberon or 

Uncle Mac. 
Pantheon or Pride . 
Pillo or Santry . . 
Robert le Diable 

or Mauvezin . . 
Sir Yisto or 

The Wag . . . 
Tredennis or 

Aspendale . . 
Wargrave or 

Prospector .... 1 . . 
Wargrave or 

Tomas an Appagh 1 . . 



1.. 
1.. 

3.. 



1.. 
1.. 



s £ 
2,247 

39-7 

734 

537 

1,004 

200 

2,386 

1,691 

186 

883 

1,326 

1,429 

1,147 

285 

100 

100 

618 

3,401 

836 

287 

274 

12,801 

186 

100 

441 

1,149 

706 

964 

485 

150 

661 

195 

315 

200 

437 

192 

100 

234 

100 

390 
1,539 

536 

410 

196 

100 

100 



i 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



55 



COMPARATIVE TABLE FOR 

1913 

Desmond £30,555 . 

Suudridge 24,501 . 

Santoi 13,876 . 

St. Frusquin 13,157 . 

Rock Sand 12,842 

William the Third 12,801 . 

Chaucer 12.547 . 

Spearmint 12,030 . 

Oallinule 11,966 , 

Roi Herode 11,436 . 

Tredennis 11,165 . 

Picton 10,941 . 

Isinglass 10,813 . 

John o' Gaunt 10,770 . 

Bridge of Canny 10,747 . 

Polymelus 9,809 . 

Symington 9,777 . 

Robert le Diable 9,268 . 

Marcovil 8,026 , 

Llangibby 7,345 . 

Eager 7,065 . 

Soliman 7,016 . 

Persimmon 5,784 . 



THE LAST FOUR YEARS. 



1912. 
.£19,958 
. 9,680 
. 7,335 

19,618 
. 15,003 
. 12,622 
. 15,592 
. 11,288 
. 12,042 

! 6,696 
2,241 

. 6,841 

. 1,801 

. 1,279 

. 7,302 

. 5,552 

. 5,008 

. 1,617 

. 1,591 

, 12,184 

. 6,314 

. 21,993 



1911. 
.£16,013 
. 33,239 
. 5,655 
. 10,385 
. 4,518 
. 18,942 
. 17,123 
. 6,278 
. 7,164 

! 10,943 



1910. 

.£13,878 
. 11,109 
. 9,286 
. 22,884 
. 6,379 
. 20,046 
. 2,963 

'. 8,026 



132 



F,065 

886 

1,324 



IRISH TURF STATISTICS, 1913. 




LEADING WINNING OWNERS, 




Winning Races , Winning Races 


horses, won. £ > horses, won. £ 


Daly, James 4. . 7. .3,663 Kirby, B 5. . 9 


. 899 


Parkinson, J. J. . 15 . . 20 . . 2,853 Brophy, E 2 . . 5 


. 869 


CuUinan, P 12 . . 23 . . 2.238 Dixon. Sir Thos.. 4 . . 6 


. 839 


Lowry, A 8 . . 14 . . 1,582 Barbour, F 8 . . 18 


. 807 


Tichborne, Stubber, R, H.. . 1.. 2 


. 775 


Sir J. D 4. . 9 . . 1,263 Dunne, W 4. . 5 


. 759 


Sullivan, D 1. . 1. .1,180 Tuyll, Baron de.. 3. . 7 


. 701 


Nelson, Sir W. E. 1.. 1.. 1,165 Hope, E. J 4.. 7 


. 602 


Blake, C. J 2 . . 2 . . 1,163 Donnelly, T. B... 1 . . 2 


. 585 


Peard, J. H. H.. 3. . 4. .1,104 t Whelan, Joseph.. 2. . 2 


. 548 


Rogers,P 11. .17. . 1,052 1 Cogan, D. J 2.. 2 


. 542 


Widger, John . . . 7 . . 17 , . 983 1 Mathews, 




Whitworth, II. . . 1.. 3.. 977 1 Major Durham 2 . . 4 


. 536 



Winning 
horses. 



Dawson, M. 
Parkinson, J. J. 

Hunter, J 

Dunne, J 

Arnott, M 

Behan, P 

Brabazon, C. . . 
Peard, J. H. . . . 

Kirby, B 

Walker, G. L. . . 
Hartigan, T. J. . 

Cleary, R 

Persse, H, S. . . . 



WINNING 

Races 
won. £ 
.53.. 8,920 
.43.. 5,762 
.22.-4,203 
.21.. 3,594 
.47.. 3,610 
.19.. 3,165 
.41.. 2,169 
. 7.. 1,380 
.14.. 1,256 
.27.. 1,218 
.22.-1,197 
.15.. 1,175 
. 1.. 1,165 



TRAINERS, 



Winning Races 
horses, won. 



Jeffreys, S, 

Hope, L 

Widger, T. J. 

Trimble, W s . 

Harrison, R. E... 8. 

Bacon, Captain. . 7 . 

Fetherstonhaugh 9 . 

Ruttle, J 6 . 

Balfe, T 3 . 

Anthony, A 10. 

Reidy, At 5 . 

Harty, M. .1 8. 

Hogan, J. P 7. 



2.. 3. 
8. .16. 
9. .19. 



7.. 
11.. 

9.. 
14.. 

8.. 

3. . 
15.. 

7.. 
20.. 
11.. 



,163 
,136 
,091 
,079 
,016 
859 
796 
753 
727 
679 
648 
622 
518 



56 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



PRINCIPAL WINNING SIRES. 



Winning 
horses. 



Sir Edgar 

Tredennis 

General Symons 

(dead) ....... 

Flying Hackle . . 

Earla Mor , 

St. Brendan .... 

Fariman 

Wavelet's Pride.. 12 

Santoi 6 

William Rufus 

Speed 

Pam 

Locliryan .... 
His Majesty . . 
Cerasus (dead) . . 
Desmond (dead). 
Bushev Park 

(dead) 



Races 
won. £ 
.17.. 2,729 
.21.. 2,530 

.15.. 2.266 
.27. .2,260 
" 2,215 
2,043 
1,830 
1,723 
1,297 
1,290 
1,192 
1,158 
1,087 
1,051 
1,001 
972 

917 



5.. 8. 

~ . 9. 
.31. 



14. 



Winning 


Races 




horses. 


won. 


£ 


Avidity 


8. 


.14.. 


878 


Red Prince II. . . 


5. 


.10.. 


846 


Eminent 


5. 


. 5.. 


823 


Llangibby 


3. 


. 5.. 


81b 


The Jabberwock. 


1 . 


. 4.. 


732 


Jaquemart 


3. 


. 9.. 


695 


Kroonstad 


2. 


. 3.. 


681 


Kiilyleagh (dead) 


6. 


.12.. 


678 


Toussaint 


3. 


. 6.. 


668 


Walmsgate 


4. 


.10.. 


633 


Hackler (dead) . . 


8. 


. 5.. 


588 


Saxham 


2. 


. 4.. 


581 


The Raft 


4. 


. 7.. 


562 


Ardoon 


2. 


. 3.. 


542 


Kosmos Bey .... 


2. 


. 5.. 


537 


Succoth 


7. 


. 9.. 


522 


Prospector 


2. 


2. 


504 



Patman, J 

Canty, Joseph 

Hunter, F 25 

Doyle, John 22 

Barrett, W 21 

Aylin, C 19 

Williams, W. II.'. '.'.'.'.".' 17 

Harty, H . . 16 

Houlihan, E 15 

Lawn, E 15 

Trudgill, U.. '.'..'. 13 

Sheridan, T 13 

Morgan, F 12 

Beimett, T 12 

Brown, G 11 

Dowdall, T 10 

M'Cormack, J 10 

Douglas, A 10 

Hogan, A 10 



WINNING RIDERS. 

PROFESSIONALS. 

Wins 
34 



2nds 


3rds 


. 35 


. 19 .. 


37 


. 26 .. 


. 17 


9 .. 


. . 20 


. 20 .. 


. . 21 


. 15 .. 


. . 23 


. 15 .. 


6 


. 21 .. 


. . 16 


. 11 .. 


. . 13 


. 8 .. 


. . 15 


9 .. 


9 


9 .. 


. . 16 


4 . . 


6 


3 .. 


4 


4 .. 


. . 12 


6 .. 


4 


5 .. 


9 


7 


6 


. 15 .. 


7 


. 17 .. 



np3 


d Total 


68 


. . 156 


71 


.. 165 


48 


.. 99 


80 


.. 142 


59 


.. 116 


69 


. . 126 


60 


.. 104 


48 


.. 91 


50 


.. 86 


52 


.. 91 


29 


.. 60 


■6 4 


.. 67 


9 


.. 30 


84 


.. 54 


25 


.. 54 


38 


.. 52 


36 


.. 62 


50 


.. 81 


51 


.. 85 



AMATEURS. 



Brabazon, Mr. L. . 
Walker, Mr. R. H. 
Manley, Mr. J. 

Harty, Mr. G 

Firth, Mr. L. L. 
Murphy, Mr. J. . . . 
O 'Butler, Captain 
Trench, Mr. J. A. . 
Brabazon, Mr. C. . 
Nugent, Mr. P. . . . 
Kelly, Mr. J. C. . . . 





37 . 


. 30 . 


. 10 . 


66 .. 




26 . 


. 12 . 


. 15 . 


22 .. 




15 . 


. 11 . 


. 16 . 


51 .. 




14 . 


. 14 . 


. 12 . 


39 .. 




9 . 


3 . 


. 12 . 


24 .. 




8 . 


9 . 


3 . 


23 .. 




7 . 


7 


5 . 


30 .. 




6 . 


5 . 


9 . 


28 .. 




5 . 


3 . 


4 . 


23 .. 




5 . 


9 . 


7 


16 .. 




5 . 


. 12 . 


2 . 


38 .. 



142 

75 
93 
79 
48 
43 



57 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



57 



LIST OF JOCKEYS and APPRENTICES. 

Their Lowest Weights, E:\iployers, and Telegraphic Addressed 



Weight. 
Name. st. lb. 

Barrett, C 7 12 

Bullock, G. H. . . 6 10 



Calder, E 7 

Clark, J 8 



Crisp, B.W. ... 

Donoghue, S. . . 

Doyle, J 

Duller, A 

Earl, W 

East, J. W 

East, H. J 

Evans, J 

Eirtb.P 

Flanagan, A. . . 



7 9 



8 

7 5 

8 4 

9 
8 10 

7 12 

8 2 
6 10 



Eox, F. S 7 

Foy, C 7 

Griggs, Walter . . 7 

Griggs, William . 8 

Hare, J 9 

Heckford, C. A.. 8 
Herbert, F. 



7 3 



Hewitt, L. H. . . . 7 

Hives, W 8 

Huxley, W 7 

Jelliss, H. A. . . . 7 

Jones, H 8 

Jones, B 7 

Longhurst, C 7 



M 'Gall, G 

M'Dermott . . 
Maher, D. . . . 
Martin, J. H. 
Patman, J. 



7 9 

7 6 

8 8 
7 8 
6 11 



Pike, H 7 10 



JOCKEYS. 

Employers. Address. 

Parkinson's stable Curragb. 

De Mestre's stable Woolton Hill, 

near Newbury 

Hallick's stable Lamboum 

Lord Durbam Sutton, Surrey. 

Tels. : Atalanta, Sutton, Surrey. 
Armstrong's stable Clifton, Penritli 



7 | 'Sir W. Nelson ( 1) j Stockbridge 

I Persse s stable (2) / 



Free Lance Ireland 

Father's stable Epsom 

Free Lance Newmarket 

East's stable East Ilsley, Berks. 

East's stable East Ilsley, Berks. 

Free Lance Newmarket 

Free Lance Epsom 

M'Call's stable (light Westbarns, Dunbar 
weights) 

(Negotiating) Letcombe Regis 

(Negotiating) Newmarket 

Gilpin's stable Newmarket 

Sir K. W. B. Jardine .... Newmarket 

Own stable 

T. Waugh's stable Newmarket 

Free Lance 40, High Street, 

Newmarket 

Free Lance Newmarket 

W. Nightingall's stable . . Epsom 

(Negotiating) Newmarket 

T. Jenning's stable .... Newmarket 

B. Marsh's stable Newmarket 

Free Lance Newmarket 

Free Lance Newmarket. 

South Africa, winter 

Free Lance Westbarns, Dunbar 

Pratt's stable Wantage 

Lord Eosebery Crop well Butler, Nott3 

(Negotiating) Newmarket 

Parkinson's stable Curragh 

Free Lance Lambourn 

(jumping during winter) 



Piper, E 7 11 ( Mr - Tat + e ™ (1 > JHillcrest, Epsom 

I Lewes stable (2) J 



Plant, J 6 8 

Prout, J 6 4 

Eeardon, J 8 10 

Eickaby, F. 8 

Eingstead. C. . . 6 8 



Free Lance Newmarket 

G. Lambton's stable .... Newmarket 

Kemp's stable Epsom 

G. Lambton's stable. . . . Newmarket 

Free Lance Pocklington 



58 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Name 

Bobbins, H. 
Robertson, W. A 
Saxby, W. . 

Scourse, F. 
Seymour, S. 
Spear, 1ST. . . 
Stokes, H. . 

Stokes, R 

Templeman, A. 
Templeman, F. 

Thwaites, J. . . 

Trigg, C. 

Walkington, S.B 
Watson, R. . 

Watts, II 

Whalley, A. . 
Wheatley, E. 

Whiley, H. . 
WiUiams, W. 
Wing, M. ... 
Winter, F. . . 



JOCKEYS— Continued. 
Weight. 

st. lb. Employers. 
7 Free Lance 

7 10 Sir C. Nugent's stable . . . 
o a fMr. Raphael (1) 

6 ° I Mr. H. H. Collins (2). 

8 H. & J. Powney's stables 

7 7 Free Lance 

7 3 Butters' stable 

Free Lance 

Free Lance 

Mr. Mclverrow 

(Lord Yilliers (1) 

\ Rallick's stable (2) 

Renwiek's stable 

Baron Rothschild 

Duller's stable 

Free Lance 

Free Lance 

7 6 Mr. L. de Rothschild 

7 9 (Negotiating) 



3 



3! 
10 
10 


6 

12 



8 10 Rape's stable 

7 Behan's stable 

6 5 Sadler, Jun's stable . 

8 4 Free Lance 



Address. 

Tedworth, Surrey 
Bourton-on-the-Hill 
• Newmarket 

Durrington 
Germany, winter 
Newmarket 
Newmarket 
Newmarket 
Surbiton, Surrey 
j-Lambourn 

Malton 

Austria 

Epsom 

Weyhill 

Newmarket 

Newmarket 

Tels. : "Accurate, 

Hook Road. '* 
Everleigh 
Curragh, Ireland 
Newmarket 
Newmarket 



Weight, 
Name. st. lb. 

Allden, G. E. . . . 7 2 

Allden, P 6 

Barber, T 5 9 

Beasley 6 13 

Buckley, W 7 3 

Butchers 6 4 

Can-on ,T 6 6 

Chaloner, H. . . . 6 9 

Cheshire 7 9 

Clark, T 6 7 

Colling, R. ,T. . . . 5 7 
Connor, C. C. . . . 7 10 

Cooper, R 6 12 

Davies, W. H. . . 5 9 

Dawes, W 7 4 

Dickens, C 6 4 

Dick, D 6 

Elnor, F 6 

Edwards, C 6 

Escott, A 8 10 

Farrell, J 7 5 



APPRENTICES. 

Employers. Address. ' 

Schofleld's stable Epsom 

Sehofleld's stable Epsom 

F. Hartigan's stable .... Weyhill 

Persse's stable Stockbiidge 

Sadler, jun.'s stable Newmarket 

Father's stable Lewes 

Smith, jun.'s stable Middleham 

Waterwitch House stable Newmarket 

P. Hartigan's stable. . . . Ogbourne 

Escott's stable Lewes 

Father's stable Middleham 

Father's stable 

Pratt's stable Wantage 

C. Leader's stable Newmarket 

Jackson's stable Tilshead, Wilts. 

J. Butter's stable Newmarket 

Wootton's stable Epsom 

Pickering's stable Newmarket 

Pratt's stable Wantage 

Father's stable Lewes 

Bramley's stable Belsay 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



59 



No m 5 

Foy, J 

Fozzard, E. . 
Gardner. E. . 

Green. S 

Greening, H. 

Hall, L 

Hamshaw, C. 
Hayes. E. . . . 
Hiekey, J. . . 
Hob son, E. . 
Hunt, J 

Huxley, E. . . , 

Jones, P. . . . 

King, C , 

Ledson, J. . . 
Leggatti II. . 
Lloyd, A. E. . . 

Mace, G 

M'Gowan, J. , 
McKenna, I). 
Markham, G. 

Mason, P 

Matthews, C. 
Mason, E 



APPRENTICE S- 
' eight. 



-Continued. 



Met calf, T. . . . 
O'MaUoney, J. . . 

Pullin, G. 

Rankin, B 

Pees, H. G 

Rickaby, G 

►Saunders, F. 
Sheppard, P. H. 
Sherwood, E. . . . 
Simmons, II. 

Smith, H 

Smyth, W 



Richardson 

Pimmer, L 

Robertson, K. D. 

Tate, J 

Taylor, J 

Trickle, R 

Trueman, H. . . . 

Tullock, W 

Tolly, W 

Walsh. G 

Wardle, F 

Watkin, H 

Watson, E 

Waudby 

Watson, W 

Wheatley, J. . . . 

Wilkins, B 

Williams, F 



lb. Employer^?. Address. 

6 Barnett's stable Aldbourne, Wilts. 

6 Pratt's stable Wantage 

6 5 Barling's stable Ilsley 

6 Pickering's stable Newmarket 

6 Pickering's stable Newmarket 

6 4 Pogers' stable Chilton 

6 10 Hallick's stable Lambourn 

6 5 Pogers' stable Chilton 

6 2 E. C. Dawson's stable. . . Whatcombe 

7 9 R, Sherwood's stable. .. . Newmarket 

Watson's stable Newmarket 

Mr. E. Hulton (1) 1 T? n£!01T1 

Wootton's stable (2) .... (^ l)ii0m 

Whipp's stable Beverley 

Capt. Scott's stable Middleham 

H. Powney's stable .... Hambleton, Thirsk 

T. Jennings's stable Newmarket 

7 R. T. Waugh's stable .... Newmarket 

9 B. Jarvis's stable Newmarket 

Baker's stable Burbage 

7 Wootton's stable Epsom 

7 Pickering's stable Newmarket 

3 R. C. Dawson's stable. . . Whatcombe 

7 Robson's stable Wantage 

Fallon's stable Winterbourne Stoke, 

Salisbury 

7 C. Waugh's stable Newmarket 

9 P. Hartigan's stable .... Ogbourne 

Sir Abe Bailey Newmarket 

4 R. T. Waugh's stable . . . Newmarket 
Priestley's stable Lambourn 

12 Armstrong's stable Penrith 

(Hurdles, winter) 

Hallick's stable Lambourn 

T. Leader, jun.'s stable. . Wroughton 

Hyam's stable Epsom 

10 A. J. Joyner's stable. . . . Newmarket 

Peacock's stable Middleham 

Wootton's stable ....... Epsom 

India, winter 

7 Peacock's stable Middleham 

5 Rogers' stable Chilton 

9 Sadler, jun.'s stable Newmarket 

7 Capt. Scott's stable Middleham 

J. Dawson's stable Newmarket 

7 Escott's stable Lewes 

H. Enoch's stable Newmarket 

7 R. T. Waugh's stable. . . Newmarket 

9 C. Waugh's stable Newmarket 

J. Smith's stable Russley 

Pratt's stable Wantage 

13 Elsey's stable Baumber 

7 P. Hartigan's stable ... . Ogbourne 

7 Peacock's stable Middleham 

1 2 Armstrong's stable Penrith 

7 Whipp's stable Beverley 

7 Armstrong's stable Penrith 

8 A. J. Joyner's stable. .. . Newmarket 



W. C. RICHARDSON, 

1 2, Dixon Street, 

:: :: GLASGOW. 



Daily and Weekly Accounts opened on 
Approved References. 

Large and Small Investors Catered for. 

SINGLES, - - NO LIMITS. 
DOUBLES. - - - 100 to 1. 



'Phones : Telegrams : 

5151, 5152, 5153, Central. " HONOUR, GLASGOW." 



rf e J S c i ' ' \-Jl Specialty. 

Daily Settlements - J 

Jlccounts Despatched immediately Results 
are known. 



Do your Business with a Reliable Firm. 



_ 



THE 


UP-TO-DATE 


READY 


RECKONER.— I. 


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THE UP-TO-DATE READY RECKONER.— II. 


Stake 




7/4 






15/8 






85/40 


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THE UP 


-TO-DATE 


READY RECKONER.- III. 


Stake 




100/30 






7/2 






75/20 


Invested 




ON. AGST. 




ON. AGST. 




ON. AGST. 


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D. MAHER. 

The Champion Jockey of the year. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

TRAINERS OF RACEHORSES. 



55 



Allen, G., West-bury 
Archer, F„ Malton 
Armitage, S. E., Wantage 
Armstrong, B. W., Penrith 
Arnold, Winchester. 

Baker, W. B., Burbag9 
Barling, F. B., Ilsley 
Barnett, Capt.. Aldbourne 
Bates, Epsom 
Bates, n. D., Lambourn 
Batho, J. IT., Polegate 
Beardsley, H., Whatcombe 
Beatty, Major, Newmarket 
Beatty, Capt., Lambourn 
Bell, John, Newmarket 
Be'], J. M„ Epsom 
Binnie, W., Malton 
Bissell, T., Bramcote 
Blackwell, G., Newmarket 
Bletsoe, B., Denton 
Botterill, Malton 
Braime, H., Burbage 
Bramley, Belsay 
Brandon, E., Charlton 
Brisbane, Ayr 
Broadley, Beverley 
Brooker, F., Stoughton 
Brown, C, Kinnersley 
Bulteel, W., Portslade 
Burbidge, W. H., Chichester 
Burgess, Coxhoe 
Burns J., Ayr 
Burroughs, J., Cheltenham 
Butchers, G., Lewes 
Butters, J., Newmarket 
Byard, A., Cheltenham 

Cadman, P. S., Eichmond 
Campbell, J. A., Ayr 
Camion, J., Newmarket 
Cannon, T., sen., Stockbridge 
Cannon, T., jun., Compton 
Carter, H., Epsom 
Casebourne, Pic ton 
Cowe, Ayr 

Chamberlin, Melton Mowbray 
Cheshire, lisle v 
Clancy, G., Charlton 
Clarke, R., Ayr 
Clayton, Stamford 
Cole, F., Bipon 
Colling, R. W„ Middleham 
Collins, L., Burbage 
Collis, Capt., Kinlet 
Connor, Middleham 
Constable, Melton Mowbray. 
Copeland, H., Bramcote 
Costello, Weedon 



Cotclieifer, W. Malton 
Cottrill H. Tarporley ' ' 

Cowap, J., Chester 
Craven, E., Findon 
Cricket t, Portslade 
Cundell, Chilton 

Darling, S., Beckhamptoa 
Darling, S. H., Newmarket 
Davidson, Tilshead 
Davies, G. S., Michel Grove 
Dawson, J., Newmarket 
Dawson, R. C., Whatcombe 
Day, B., Newmarket 
De Mestre, Bishops Canning 
Denton, Wetherby 
Dewhurst, Capt., Newmarket 
Dick, J., Ayr 
Digby, L., Whitsbury 
Dollery, Bishop's Sutton 
Downes W.. Lewes 
Doyle, Stanton 
Duller, G., Epsom 
Dundas, Lord, Newmarket 

East, J., Ilsley 
Elsey, C. F., Baumber 
Enoch, H., Newmarket 
Escott, H., Lewe3 

Fallon, J., Netheravon 
Farquharson, Tilshead 
Fitton, F., Lewes 
Fit-ton, T., Lewes 
Field, Stoughton 
Freckingham, Melton Mowbray 
Frost, Doncaster 

Gilbert, T. E., Ilsley 
Gilpin, P. P., Newmarket 
Gleeson, P., Epsom 
Goby, Epsom 
Goodgames, Westbury 
Gordon, A. and R., Wroughtoa 
Gore, B., Michel Grove 
Goswell, G., Bangor 
Gunter, G., Wetherby 
Gurry, M., Newmarket 
Gwilt, E., Lambourn 

Hackett, J. F., Bottingdeaa 
Hallick, J. F., Lambourn 
Hatt, B. W., Ilsley 
Halsey, C, Newmarket 
Halsev, W., Newmarket 
Hammond, L., PovtsJade 
Hampson, C, Epsom 
Hare, J., 
Harryman, W., WroughtoQ 



66 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Trainees of Horses.— Continued. 



Hartigan, F. t Weyhffl 
Hartigan, P., Ogbourne 
Hastings, Hon. A., Wroughton 
Hathaway, Patcham 
Hehir, Doncaster 
Hett, J., Middleton Tyas 
Hickey, W., Middleton Tyas 
Hogg, Chitterne 
Holland, Capt., Aston 
Holman, A., Cheltenham 
Horan, M. f Doncaster 
Hoyle, Arundel 
Hunt, E., Heddington 
Hunt. F. R., Winchester 
Hunt, H., Uppingham 
Hyams, J., Epsom 
Hyde, G. F., Stoughton 

' I' Anson, W., Malton 

Jackson, A., Tilshead 
Jarvis, B., Newmarket 
Jarvis, W. A., Newmarket 
Jarvis, W. R., Newmarket 
Jenkins, Newmarket 
Jennings, T„ Newmarket 
Joyner, A. J., Newmarket 

Kelly, Epsom 
Kemp, Epsom 

Lake, A., Doncaster 
Lamb ton, Hon. F., Newmarket 
Lambton, Hon. G., Newmarket 
Latham, J., Osmaston 
Launchbury, Kinlet 
Law, G., Ayr 
Law, A. Portslade 
Leach, F., Newmarket 
Leader, C, Newmarket 
Leader, T., Newmarket 
Leader, T., jun. Wroughton 
Lewis, T., Shrewton 
Lines, II., East Clandon 
Linton, Newmarket 
Loates, S., Newmarket 
Lousada, Melton Mowbray 
Lowe, P., Ilsley 
Lucy, Cheltenham 
Lund, T. S., Malton 
Lyall, F. G., Stamford 
Lyall, T., Melton Mowbray 
Lynham, F., Rcttingdean 

McCall, J., Westbarns 
McGuigan, J., Ayr 
MeGowan, Hednesford 
McNee, Lambourn 
Maher, J. J., Wath-on-Dearne 
Marsh, C, Newmarket 
Marsh, R., Newmarket 
Martin, F., Tilshead 



Medealfe, H. T., Newmarket 
M'Kie, Coinpton 
Miller, J.K., Richmond 
Moreton, E., Upper Lambourn 
Menzies, G., Coxhoe 
Menzies, S., Coxhoe 
Moran, F. Cheltenham 
Morgan, E., Portslade 
Morris, Major, Aston 
Morton, C, Wantage 
Mlmby, Cheltenham 
Musker, H. T., Eushford 

Newey, Cheltenham 
Nightingall, J„ Epsom 
Nightingall, W.. Epsom 
Nugent, Sir C, Bourton-on-the- 
Hill 

Osborne, J. Middlebam 
Osenda, Southwick 

Paget, K., Loughborough 
Pape, H. E. Burbage 
Parker, Morestead 
Parkes, A. W.. Shrewton 
Pawson, C. E- Middleton Tyasa 
Payne, B.. Weedon 
Payne, W., Weedon 
Peacock., M. D., Middleham 
Peck, C. Newmarket 
Peck, P., Newmarket 
Persse, H. S., Stockbridge 
Phelan, D., Coxhoe 
Phillips, Epsom 
Pickering. S., Newmarket 
Pike, F., Lambourn 
Pirie, W. S., Wantage 
Piatt, A., Epsom 
Poole, A., Epsom 
Poole, G. C, Lewes 
Powney, H. f Durrinston 
Powney, H., Hambleton 
Powney, J., Durrington 
Pratt, A., Wantage 
Pratt, F., Wantage 
Priestley, F. V., Epsom 
Pullen, Chilcomb 
Quayle, Weyhill 
Eainey, Capt. Stockbridge 
Randall. Id. Seven Barrows 
Randell, C Aston 
Ray, Cliiiton 
Benwick, J. R., Malton 
Renwick, W., Richmond 
Rhodes, J., Lambourn 
Eiste, J., Epsom 
Robson, E., Wantage 
Robson, R. I., Ripon 
Rogers J. T., Chilton 
Rooney. Hednesford 
Rose, H., Eaton 
Rose, W.. Malton 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 
Trailers of Horses. — Continued. 



67 



."Ross, Doncaster 
Rudd, Stockbridge 
Sadler, A., sen., Newmarket 
Sadler, A., jun., Newmarket 
Sadler, H., Newmarket 
Samphey, H., Melton Mowbray 
Sanday, G. P., Chester 
Sanderson, W., Malton 
Sanderson.W., jim., Newmarket 
Schoneld, T., Epsom 
Scott, N. H., Middleham 
Scott, A., Whittinghani 
S20tt. JT., Ayr 
S'i3rwood, E., Newmarket 
Snitb, G., Middleham 
Snith, Major, Doncaster 
Snitli, W., Wigston 
Smith, H. T., Malton 
Smith, R. W., Tenby 
Smith, J. Russley 
Steel. G., Ayr 
Stevenson, A., Southwick 
Stobie, Richmond 
Stratton, Chilcomb 
Sullivan, J. C, Heddington 

Tabor, Epsom 

Taylor, A., Manton 

Taylor, W., Eaton 

Thirlwell, A., Stoughton 

Thirl well, H , Stoughton 

Thomson, Ayr 

Thornton, Beverley 

Turner, Stoughton 

Tyler, T. and J. Loughborough 



Ussher, H., Whitsbury 
Villar, W. A., Cheltenham 

Waller, C, Stockbridge 
Walters, A., Aston 
Watchorn, Melton Mowbray 
Watkins, Kingswood . 
Watson, J., Newmarket 
Watson Curragh 
Waugh, G, Newmarket 
Waugh, D., Newmarket 
Waugh, T., Newmarket 
Waugh, W.. Kingsclere 
Westlake J., Beckhampton 
Wetherell, B., Seven Barrow3 
Whi taker, P.. Royston 
Whipp Beverley 
Wilson. G. F , 

Stratford-on-Avon. 
Whyatt, Lewes 
Withington, Stockbridge 
Wood, A. W., Charlton 
Wood, G, Jevington 
Wood, J., Epsom 
Woodland, £., Kenley 
Wootton, R.. Epsom 
Worton, Lam bourn 
Wright, A., Lambourn 
Wright, W., Wantage 

Yapp, W., Exton 
Yates, Bishop Sutton 
Young, C. F., Lambourn 
\oung, H., Lambourn 
Young, T„ Findon 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 69 

HORSE RACING RECORDS. 

Reproduced from "Horses in Training." 



Though the timing of horse-racing has not been reduced to 
what might be called mathematical accuracy — and this especially' 
applies to races in England — the following records, made in Eng- 
land, France, America, India, and Australasia are interesting It 
will be noticed that the times returned for races in Australasia are 
generally slower than those which are credited to English horses, 
but we may point out that, at any rate on the most important 
courses in Australia, such as Eandwick, Flemington, and Caul- 
fteld, the races are timed by an electrical apparatus which checks 
the actual raising of the barrier, while the times are taken In 
England by a watch-holder on the stands. That there is any 
actual value in the time- test, especially as used in England, 
however, is a moot point, and it is hard to credit some of the 
records. 

FOUR FURLONGS. mi^'sL 

Theodarita, Louisville, Ky, U.S.A., May 10, 1913 UYz 

Geraldine W., Morris Park. U.S.A. (partly downhill). 

August 30. 1889 46 

Conqueror, Christchurch, N.Z., November 9, 1897 46% 

Bessie Macklin, Dallas, Texas, October 3, 1889 4.6 h 

Vestile. Ascot, Sydney. N.S.W., July 4, 1907 48 i 

FIVE FURLONGS. 

Great Surprise, Epsom, April 23, 1912, carrying 10-3 55% 

Lev anger, Epsom, England, May 30, 1911 55% 

Mirida, Epsom, England, May 31, 1905 56% 

Master Willie, I^psom, England, April 21, 1903 56% 

Le Buff, Epsom, England, May 29, 1903 56% 

Blue Diamond, Epsom, England, May 27. 1903 56% 

Maid Marian. Morris Park, U.S.A., October 9. 1894 ... 56 £ 

Eastern Rose (2ys), Ep&qui. April 23, 19JL2 . . . 56% 

Tangaroa. Calcutta,, India, 1912, carrying 10-7 1 1 

SIX FURLONGS. 

Master Willie, Epsom, England, June 6, 1901 1 7% 

Canonite, Epsom, April 23, 1912 1 7% 

Kingston, Sheepshead Bay, June 22, 1891 1 8 

Artful, Morris Park, October 15, 1904 , 1 8 

Jack Atkin, Belmont Park, New York, May 19, 1908 . 1 8% 

Sandria, Morris Park, New York, October 3. i904 1 8* 

Domino. Morris Park. September 29. 1893 1 9 

SEVEN FURLONGS. 

Var, Epsom, England, June 4, 1907 1 20% 

Poseben, Belmont, U.S.A., October 16, 1906 1 22 

Child's Guide, Epsom, England, May 28, 1903 1 22% 

Armlet, Canterbury. N.Z., April 12, 1909 1 26% 

Prince Eoote, Eandwick, April 10, 1909 1 461 

ONE MILE. 

Caiman, Lingfteld, England, July 13. 1900 1 33% 

Salvator, Monmouth Park, U.S.A., August 28. 1890 

(against time, straight course) 1 35 £ 

Montcalm, Pandwick, N.S.W., April 4, 1909 1 37 £ 

Sunstar, Newmarket, England, April 26, 1911 1 37% 

Charles .Stuart, Randwick. N T .S.W.. April 26, 1905 ... 1 38 

Tancaroa, Calcutta, 19.11, carrying 9-3 1 40 Vi 



70 THE SPOUTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

ONE MILE ONE FURLONG. m. S. 

Vox Populi, Los Angeles, U.S.A., December 19, 1908. . 1 50 

Charles Edward, Brighton, U.S.A., 1907 1 5lHi 

Bonnibert, Brighton, U.S.A., July 30, 1902 1 51 

Marvel Loch, Rand wick, N.S.W., August 19. 1905 1 52* 

Polymelus, Newmarket England. October 24, 1906... 1 62 Ys 



ONE MILE TWO FURLONGS 

Whisk Broom (9-13) Belmont Park, U.S.A., 1913 2 

Stedfast, Newbury, England, October 5, 1911 2 1 Vat 

Housewife, Brighton, England, August 3, 1904 2 1% 

Australian Star, Alexandra Park, England, July 5, 1902 2 2 V& 

Broomstick. Brighton Beach, U.S.A., July 9. 1904 2 2% 

Hova, Flemington, Victoria. Australia, November 11,1893 2 6 

Louyiers, Newmarket (across the flat). May 12, 1909 . . 2 hYs 



ONE MILE THREE FURLONGS 

Dean Swift, Liverpool, England, July 24, 1908 2 16% 

Bachelor's Button, Liverpool, England, July 22,1904 . . 2 17 % 

Chaucer, Liverpool, England, July 28, 1905 2 17 3 /5 

Irish Lad, Sheepshead Bay, U.S.A., June, 1904 2 17% 

Beau Vive. Rand wick. N.S.W., June, 1909 2 19 

ONE MILE AND A HALF. 

Marajax, Manchester, England, June 9, 1911 2 27% 

Finasseur, Chantilly, France, May 28. 1905 2 28 3 /s 

Zinfandel, Manchester, England, June 5, 1903 2 28% 

Goodrich, Chicago, U.S.A., July 16, 1898 2 30 J- 

Ballot, Sheepshead Bay, U.S.A., 1908 2 30 a 5 

Marlee, Flemington, Vic, April 2, 1910 2 32i 

Noctutform, Randwick, N.S.W., September 9, 1905 2 32 £ 

Maniopoto. Randwick, N.S.W., September 11, 1905.... 2 32 fc 

Corriecrlin (9st 71b), South Africa, 1908 2 35 



ONE MILE FIVE FURLONGS. 

War Mint, Hurst Park, England, September 26, 1912. . 2 42*5 

Fitz Herbert, Sheepshead Bay, July 12. 1909 2 45 

Lord Wallace, Randwick, April 14, 1909 2 48i 



ONE MILE SIX FURLONGS. 

Major DArNGERFLELD, Morris Park, October 3, 1903 ... 257 

Golden Measure, York, England, August 29, 1906 ... 2 b7Ys 

Africander, Saratoga, U.S.A., August 22, 1903 2 58 

Pillo, York, England, August 30, 1911 2 58 

Uumont. Randwick. N.S.W., September 17. 1904 3 Oi 

TWO MILES. 

Pradella, Ascot, England, June 19, 1906 3 19% 

Shogun, Ascot, England, June 17, 1913 3 24% 

Princess Florizel, Newcastle, England,, June 28, 1905 3 25 Vs 

FitzHerbert, Pimlico, U.S.A., Nov. 8, 1909 3 25 Vs 

Bridge, New Zealand Cup, Wellington, 1910 3 25 

Judge Denny, California, U.S.A., February 12, 1898... 3 26* 

Tartan. Randwick, N.S.W., April 24, 1905 3 27 

Canteen. Christchurch, N.Z.. November 7. 1903 3 27 Ys 

TWO MILES AND A QUARTER 

Ethelbert, Brighton, U.S.A., 1900 3 49H 



THE SFORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 71 

TWO MILES AND A HALF. 

M. S. 

Bachelor's Button, Ascot, England, June 21, 1905... 4 2'SVs 
Eyrat, Newport, Ky., U.S.A., November 18. 1899 4 24i 

THREE MILES. 

Mamie Algol, New Orleans, February 16, 1907 5 19 

Elie, Oakland, U.S.A., April 8. 1905 5 22 

Trafalgar, Randwick, N.S.W., April, 1911 5 22 £ 

Wallace and Quiver (dead heat), Flemington, Victoria, 

March 5, 1890 5 23* 

FOUR MILES, 

Sotemia, Louisville, Kentucky, in Endurance Stakes, 1912 7 10* S 
Lexington, America, 1854 (in match against existing 

record of 7min. 26sec.) 7 191 

Star Ruby, America, 1896 7 23i 



RECORD TIMES OF GREAT RACES. 

1,000 Guineas (1 mile), Atmah 1 38% 

2,000 Guineas (1 mile), Sunstar 1 37^ 

Cambridgeshire (1 mile 1 furlong), Hackler's Pride and 

POLYMELUS 1 52*& 

Jubilee Handicap (1 mile 2 furlongs), Ebor 2 23 fc 

Manchester Cup (1* miles), Marajax 2 27 ?£ 

French Derby (H miles), Alcantara II 2 302 5 

Derby (1£ miles 29 yards), Lemberg 2 35^ 

Oaks (about H miles), Jest 2 37^5 

St Leger (1 mile 6 furlongs 132 yards) Night Hawk . 3 3% 
Grand Prix de Paris (1 mile 7 furlongs), Bruleur ... 3 132/5 

Ascot Stakes (2 miles), Pradella 3 192/6 

Melbourne Cup (2 miles), Piastre (1912) 3 27£ 

Cesarewitch (21 miles), Black Sand 3 52 

Chester Cup (nearly 2i miles), Sandboy 3 56^ 

Great Metropolitan (2i miles), Accurate 3 57 2 /s 

Ascot Gold Cup (2£miles), Prince Palatine 4 22 3 ,f; 

Goodwood Cup (2 miles 5 furlongs), Catmint 4 48 3 s 

Australl\n Steeplechase (about 4 miles) at Caulrield, 

Grafnax 7 54! 

Australian Grand National (about 3 miles 1 furlong) 

Leah Kleshna 6 24i 

Grand National (Old Course), Huntsman 9 30 

Grand National (present course 4 miles 856 yds), 

Ascetic's Silver 9 34r& 



HURDLE RACING.— TWO MILES. 

Charawind (list 71b), Morris Park, U.S.A., October 6, 

1903 3 41 3 s 

Designer, lOst 21b (7 hurdles), Moonee Valley, Victoria, 

January 18, 1908 3 42* 

Grexfell, Randwick, N.S.W., April 9, 1910. 3 44£ 

Shrapnel, lOst 81b (8 hurdles), Riccarton, N.Z., 

August 15, 1907 3 44-T's 

First Attempt, (8 hurdles), Kempton, England, 

Nov. 30, 1901 3 51% 

Balscadden (8 hurdles), Aintree, England, Mar. 30, 1912 3 51 
it u rio, list 21b (8 hurdles), Hurst Park, England, 

February 14, 1908 3 59 



72 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE AXXUAL. 

TWO MILES AND A QUARTER. M. S. 

First Attempt, Gatwiok, Dec. 3. 1901 4 25 \% 

Rogue's March, Flemington, Australia, 1910 4 IQh 

THREE MILES. 

War Widgerie (ll-9)-over 15- 3ft. hurdles, Flemington, 

Australia, November 7, 1912 5 54 



STEEPLEGHASING.— TWO MILES. 
Sanctus (10-9), June 8, 1909 ; and Andrew Summers 

(9-10). September 18, 1909, Gravesend, U.S.A 3 45 

Koanga (11-6), over 11 fences, November 18, 1911.. 

Caulfleld, Victoria . 3 51 

Player (11 iences), Caulfleld, Victoria, February 16, 

1907 3 52£ 

Warmus (11 fences). Caulfleld, Victoria, March 14, 1908 3 52* 
Harvest, Flemington, Vic, Nov. 3, 1909 4 7i 



THREE MILES. 

Fincastle, September 30, 1911, Toronto, Canada 5 55i 

Outcast (20 Iences), Hamilton, Victoria, September 20, 

1907 6 8 

Matlow, Moonee Valley, Victoria, September 29, 1908. . 6 13 

Sachem, Hurst Park, February 13. 1909 6 15ys 



HORSE JUMPING RECORDS. 



Distance — 37ft., over -water, Chandler, list 71b, ridden by 

Capt. B .oadley, March 22, 1847, Warwick, England. 
36ft. Sin., over quick-set hedge, Emblem, lOst. 31b, Birmingham 

Grand Annual Steeplechase, Sutton Coldfield, England, 1863. 
35ft., over steeple fence, mare Lizette, ridden by It. Batty. 

Caulfleld, July 12, 1887, Australia. 
Best Show Distance Jump — 29ft. 8in., Skylark and the Angel. 

dead heat, E.A.S., Sydney, 1901. 
High Jump — 8ft. 2in. and 8ft. lin., Heatherbloom, America. 

1902 to 1906. (Heatherbloom was credited with 8ft. 5in. in 

private.) 
8ft. Olin., Confidence, Ottawa, 1913. 
7ft. 10in., Heatherbloom, October 20, 1905, New Norfolk 

Horse Show, Virginia, U.S.A. 
7ft. 7iin., Biska, August, 1912, at Vittel (Belgium) Hors9 

Show. 
7ft. 5|in., Confidence (Canadian), at Olympia Horse Show, 

London, 1912. 
7ft. 4in., All Fours, June, 1907, Olympia, London. 
7ft. lin., Landlock, April 10, 1913, at Quirindi Show, Australia. 
Playmate, a 13.2 pony, cleared 6ft. 4in. at Sydney Show. 

April, 1905. 
6ft. 5in., Rattler (ridden by Miss Foley), Sentember 3, 1908, 

at Gunriedah, N.S.W. (Record for horse ridden by iady.) 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 73 

TROTTING AND PACING. 



miles. ENGLISH TRACK RECORDS. w. s. 

' — Prince Ais?.r, Greenwich Park, Liverpool, March 20 

1905 *1 3% 

1— George IV ., Sp^ngle^ Wigan, May 23, 1911 2 10 

1 — Professor, Greenwich Jb'ark, LiTC-rp^, Sept. y.1^07 1"2 10 75 
1 — Charley B.. Greenwich Park,Liverpool,June 6, 1904 t2 17 
1 — Lord Teddy, Greenwich Park, Liverpool, Duly 2-4, 

1905 J 2 17 

1 — Diamond Dick, Springfield Park, Wigan, October 10, 

1910 X2 17 

1— Bi-tcherBoy, Snringfield Pk.. Wipran, Oct. 18. 1909 t2 16 Vs 
1 — King Hummer, Victoria Grounds, Glasgow, January 

4th, 1912 (British-bred stallion record) 2 20 

H-Polly G, Blackpool, September 11, 1899 3 4li 

2 — Grace Greenlander, Imber Court, London, 

September 10, 1906 4 49% 

2J-POLLY G, Blackpool, September 11, 1899 6 10 

3— Grace Greenlander, Imber Court, London, 

August 13, 1906 7 15% 

S*-Polly G. Blackpool, September 11, 1899 8 40 

4— PrO*es?gh, Springfield Park, Wigan, Sept. 23, 1907 . + 19 52 3 ,s 

4— Polly G. Blackpool, September 11, 1899 9 58 

5— Professor, Springfield Park. Wigan, Sept. 23. 1907**12 25% 
5— Blue Bell, Ashtown, Dublin, October 28, 1906 ..12 46 £ 
6— Rustic Beauty, Eaikes Hall, Blackpool, July 16, 1900 16 50 

7— Do. do. do. 19 33 

8— Do. do. do. 22 20 

9 — Do. do. do. 25 7 
10— Sunbeam, Whitegate Park, Blackpool, Aug. 18, 1913 27 2 
11 — Lady Combermere, Manchester, July 16, 1894 32 44£ 

12— Do. do. June 10, 1895 85 -17 r 

13— Do. do. do 38 46 £ 

14— Do. do. do 41 501 

15— Do. do. do 44 48 

16 — Do. do. do. 47 51 

17— Do. do. do 50 501 

18— Do. do. do 53 49£ 

19 — Ellia McKay, Blackpool, September 4, 1899 56 45 

20— Do. do. do. . , £Q 22 

60— Ellia McKay, Good Friday, and Phyllis Wilkes, 

Blackpool, June 27, 1898 2hr. 53min. 37sec. 

* Exhibition ; t Flying Start ; t Standing Start ; tt World's 
Record; ** World's record for Standing Start. 



IRISH TRACK RECORD. 

1 — Professor, Celtic Park, Belfast, May 11, 1908 2 20 

Standing Start. 



ONE MILE TRACK RECORDS. 

The following is a comparison of the best Mile performances 
on the principal tracks : — 

Alexandra Park (London) — Colonel W r ood, October 27, 1830. 
2min. 25sec, with a flying start. 

Blackpool (Royal Palace Gardens) — Lady R, June 19, 1839. 
2min. 17isec, with a flying start. 

Liverpool (Greenwich Park, Aintree) — Rowley, March 20, 1893, 
2min. 242sec, with a flying start. 

Manchester— Polly G, May i5, 12 ^. 2min. 23sec. with a 
flying start. " - ~ ' " 



74 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

t Dublin (Ashtown Park)— Roller, July 5, 1894, 2min. 29sec. 

* Edinburgh (Hawkhill Grounds)— Skipper B., August 17, 1895, 
2min. 29sec. 

Paisley— Old Nubbin, October 19, 1896, 2min. 34see. 
Wigan (Springfield Park)— Butcher Boy, October is, iqoo. 
2mins. leasee, with a flying start. . 

t This was trotted from scratch in a mile and a half handicap 

* There Is no record from scratch at Hawkhill, but as Skipper 
B trotted in 2min. 24£sec. from the 50 yards mark, his perform- 
ance is equal to 2min. 29sec. 

MILE RECORDS BY BRITISH-BRED TROTTERS. 

Mare — Princess May, Greenwich Park, Aintree, April m. s. 

29, 1895 . . 2 40 

Gelding — His Majesty, at Whitegate Park, Blackpool. 

July 81, 1911 2 31 

Gelding — Peter, Greenwich Park, April 6, 1896 2 33 

STALLION RECORDS MADE BY AMERICAN HORSES IN 
THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

Dr. Day, Greenwich Park, Aintree, May 22. 1893 2 31 

Fred Wilkes, Ashtown Park, Dublin, July 5, 1893 .... 2 30 

President. Springfield Park, Wigan, May 10, 1899 2 30 

Baron Alfred, Greenwich Park, Aintree, April 27, 1907 2 19 



PACING RECORDS. 

Half-Mile.— Charley B, lrnin. 5%sec, flying start, Green- 
wich Park. Aintree, April 10, 1905. 

One Mile. — Prince Alert, 2min. 10*£sec. flying start, 
Greenwich Park, Aintree, June 19, 1905. 

r— 

GUIDELESS RECORDS. 

In a match against time, Lady R, with a flying start, paced 
one mile in 2min. Wssec, at Whitegate Park, Blackpool, June 
29, 1903. 

The Moth (paced) trotted two miles in 4min. 55sec„ at 
Hawkhill Grounds, Edinburgh, Saturday, October 18, 1902. 

In a match against time, Temple (unpaced) trotted five miles 
in 14min. lO^sec, at the Athletic Ground. Blackpool, Monday. 
September 22, 1902. 

School Girl (pony) covered one mile 2min. 23^sec, at 
Whitegate Park, Blackpool, May 27. 1907, and three miles 
Saddle, harness, and guideless) pony record of 8min. 24 1 / £sec.on 
the same track, September 30, 1907. 

Tipperary Boy covered three miles (saddle, harness, and 
guideless), in 8min. 18sec, at Victoria Racecourse, Glasgow, 
September 28, 1908. 

Erin's Queen paced one mile (guideless) in 2min. 17sec, at 
Wester Carntyne, Glasgow, on October 15, 1913. 

Roger (Iceland pony) paced one mile in 2min. 35sec. at C e ^ic 
Park, Belfast, May 21, 1910. 

Ekin (Iceland pony) paced one mile in 2min. 32 3 . 5 sec., at 
Whitegate Park, Blackpool, July 8, 1913. British record for 
ponies under 13 hands. 

NOTED PERFORMANCES. 

George IV. paced one mile at Springfield Park. Wigan, on 
May 23, 1911, in 2min. lSUseC-witk 10 yard* start^-d perform- 
ance eivml to the rn-eriou* ©rftlsfi record. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 75 

King Hummer (Stallion) by George Hammer — Stella N (5y)' 
paced one mile one furlong, with 25 yards start, in 2min. 37sec. 
at Whitegate Park, Blackpool, on August 8, 1911. taking a mila 
record of 2min. 22sec. 

Young Dolly (3y), by Onward — Lincoln Lass, paced one mile 
in 2min. 16%sec., with 120 yards start, at Springfield Park. 
Wigan. on October 23, 1911, taking a record of 2min. 29sec. 
(British record for a three-year-old.) 

Teetie, height 12-2. pony mare (2y), by Savoyard — Lady 
Madcap, paced one mile in 2min. 45sec, with 130 yards start, 
at Belfast. August 12, 1911, taking a record of 2min. 58sec. 
(British record for a two-year-old pony.) 

Silver Plate, 12-2, Iceland pony gelding, paced one mile in 
2min. 37sec, with 40 yards start, at Whitegate Park, Blackpool, 
on June 5. 1911, taking a record of 2min. 41sec (British pony 
record.) 

Bertha (4y) by Savoyard paced one mile in 2min. 16^sec, 
with 170 yards start, at Greenwich Park, Aintree, on October 
10, 1911. taking a record of 2min. 34sec. (British record for a 
four- year- old.) 

Frank S., American pacing gelding, won the £75 Championship 
Scratch Race at Sorin^ield Park, Wigan, on October 9, 1911 
in three straight heats. The times being, 2miu 20sec, 2min. 
18 2 /5sec, and 2min. 20sec. 

George IV at Victoria Racecourse, Glasgow, on October 25, 
1911, was defeated a neck in 2mm. 25sec, covering one mile and 
150 yards travelling at 2min. 14sec. speed. 

Jackxy trotted ten miles in harness over grass at Aintree. 
Liverpool, in 29min. 53sec, on September 23, 1852. 

Steel Grey trotted ten miles on the road in 27min. 56Jsec. 
:t Leemlng xaue, xonusiiitf. April iC. 12??. in a match against 
Peeping Tom, for £400. 

Childe Harold trotted in harness, at Alexandra Park, on 
April 1. 1879, half a mile in lmin. 13sec, and the mile easily in 
2min. 34sec. 

Lady Temple (height 13-3) trotted five miles in 15min. 3sec. 
at Abbey Hey Park, GDrton, February 2, 1891. She also trotted 
five miles in 15min. 3 1 sec, at the same place on September 2, 
1891. Both these matches were contests against time. Lady 
Temple being backed on each occasion to cover five miles in 
15min. 

Jessie, in a match against time at Abbey Hey Park, Gorton, 
October 13, 1890, trotted 18 miles in 59min. 34sec. 

Sir William trotted 18 miles 662 yards within the hour at 
Belle Vue Gardens, Manchester, on October 9, 1847 ; and at 
Knutsford, on September 2, 1852, he covered 18 miles in 59min. 
26sec. 

GiP3Y Anne, driven by Mr. Bowring, of Chester, trotted 13 
miles in 59min. 24 2 /ssec. at Wigan, October 19, 1903. 

Lady Comcermere in a match against time at Manchester 
Racecourse, on June 10. 1895, trotted 20 miies in 59min. 
5 9$ 5 sec. 

In a match for one hour between Mr. By water's Princes 3 
Alice and Mr. Edwards's Morning Star, on January 15, 1867. 
on the Farndon Road, near Newark, Princess Alice reached the 
eighteenth milestone more than two minutes within the hour, 
and completed 18 £ miles, but the exact distance was not 
measured. 

Mr. Osbaldeston's Rattler and Mr. Payne's Rochester 
trotted a five miles match on the road between Whittlesford 
Bridge and Ecvstoi^ in July. 1832, the recorded time beiu,; 
13min. 58sec. 



78 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Watchmaker Patchen (pony, 13-3, American-bred), trotted 
5 miles and 60 yards in 14min. 53sec, at Gosforth Park Track. 
January 2, 1895. 

My Sweetheart, in a scratch race at Manchester, on 
November 25, 1895, trotted four miles in lOmin. 39 2 /5sec 

Ellia McKay, in a scratch race, at Manchester, on June 1, 
1896, trotted four miles in lOmin. 372ssec. (British best on record 
in a race.) 

Ellia McKay, in a match against time, trotted 20 miles in 
59min. 23sec, at Eaikes Hall Gardens, Blackpool, Sept. 4, 1890. 

Polly G, in a match against time, trotted four miles in 9min. 
58sec, at Eaikes Hall Gardens, Blackpool, September 11, 1899. 
(the World's best on record). 

Benjamin, in a match against time, trotted 10 miles in 28min. 
25}isec, at Paisley Becreation Grounds, September 19, 1896. 

424 miles 623 yards 1 foot in two hours, by Kitty Collins, 
Phyllis Wilkes, and Benny C, Manchester, October 18, 1897. 

60 miles in 2hr. 53min. 37sec. by Ellia McKay, Good Friday, 
and Phyllis Wilkes, Eoyal Palace Gardens, Blackpool, June 

27, 1898. 

Lady B, in a handicap at the Eoyal Palace Gardens, Blackpool, 
on June 27, 1898, trotted 1 mile, less 50 yards, in 2min. 15 2 /osec 
Lady E, in a match with Polly G, at the Eoyal Palace Gardens, 
Blackpool, on June 19, 1899, trotted a mile in 2min. 17isec, 
from a flying start. 

Mr. Boss Isherwood's Grace Greenlander covered five miles 
in the remarkable time of 12min. dbsed starting from scratch 
in the handicap won by Blue Bell at Ashtown, Dublin, October 

28, 1906. This performance easily beats the record made by 
Blue Bell, but as Grace Greenlander was beaten she cannot claim 
a record. The mare's times for each mile are : 1st mile, 2min. 
34sec. ; 2nd mile, 2min. 3Lsae. •. -&& wste 9«rS». :«©«>o.- ; -rm milt. 
•^-L**.:. Maoo, s &-LU nine, 2mm. 27sec. The track was heavy and 
she was driven by her owner who scaled 13st. Mr. Isherwood 
also drove Grace Greenlander when she beat the two miles record. 
Dming the race she cast her near fore shoe and cut her off fore 
foot badly. 

Lady E, in a match against time, at Eaikes Hall Gardens, 
Blackpool, on September 2, 1901, paced ten m-les guideless in 
28min. 53% sec 

Lady E paced one mile in harness, one mile under saddle, and 
one mile guideless, in 7min. 49* 5 sec, at Heading-ley, Leeds, on 
October 19, 1901. 

Mr. B . Isherwood's roan gelding King of Pearls, is the British 
record holder with 2min. 19sec. for one mile, at V/igan, 1903, 
while King of Pearls covered five miles on the same track hi 
13mm. in 1903. King of Pears and Grace Greenlander covered 
22 miles at Blackpool on July 15, 1904, in 59min. 32?6sec. 
or 272 5sec. inside the stipulated time of one hour. King of 
Pearls and Grace Greenlander each covered two miles, at Wigan. 
on October 19, 1904, against the record of 4min. 55sec. King 
of Pearls accomplished 4min. 5 4^ 5 sec, and Grace Greenlander 
4min. 544 / 5 sec 

Jimmie won the Open Trotting Handicap from scratch, at 
Greenwich Park, Aintree, Liverpool,on August 31, 1903, n 2min. 
19 3 ,5sec. (British best on record from a standing start), and that 
when driven by her owner. Mr E. Shepherd, who scaled 13st. 71b. 
Previous best, Marion W.'s 2min. 23sec 

Charley B (gelding) owiied by Mr. L. W. Winans, trotted 
one mile from a standing start in 2min. ISsec, at Greenwich 
Park, Liverpool, June 16, 1904, in an attack on record. 

Callino II. trotted one mile under saddle and one mile guideless 
in 4min. 59*5sec, at Greenfield Grounds, Dudley Hill, Monday. 
October 20, 1902, 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 77 

. Tuterary Boy paced one mile gu.deless at Whitegate Part, 
Blackpool, on August 3, 1908, in 2min. 18% sec, in a guideless 
trotting handicap from scratch. 

Baron Alfred paced one and a half miles in an open trotting 
handicap, with 20 yards start, at Whitegate Park, Blackpool, 
April 18, 1908, in 3min. 33sec, making a British record for the 
distance of 2min. 23sec. 

Missey, Iceland bred pony mare, height 12-2, paced one mile 
at Victoria Racecourse, Glasgow, on July 22, 1908, in 2min. 
444 sec. 

Little Minnie, Iceland pony mare, height 11-3, paced one mile 
at Celtic Park, Belfast, on August 15, 1908, in 2min. 49isec. 

Roger, Iceland stallion pony, height 12 hands, paced one mile 
at Celtic Park, Belfast, on April 13, 1909, in 2min. 4G|sec. Irish 
Pony record. 

Grey Dolly, Iceland pony mare, height 12-3, won the pony 
scratch race at Wigan, on September 20, 1909, in three heats. 
Distance, one mile, flying starts. The times 2min. 483 5sec, 
2min. 472ssec, 2min. 47 2 /5sec. 

Harry, a Iceland Pony, height 12 hands, paced one mile at 
Victoria Racecourse, Glasgow, on June 23, 1909, in 2min. 46sec. 

Young George, Bristol bred pony, height 13-1, paced one mile 
at Springfield Park, Wigan, November 14, 1910, in 2min. 36sec. 
British record for height and breed. 

Roger, Iceland horse pony, height 12- li, paced one mile at 
Springfield Park, Wigan, March 14, 1910, in 2mm. 43*sec. 

Little Vic. Iceland horse pony, paced one mile at Celtic Park, 
Belfast, May 21, 1910, in 2min. 42 3 ssec. 

Broncho Bess, Iceland pony mare, height 12-2, paced half-a- 
mile at Greenwich Park, Aintree, September 5, 1910, in lmin. 
17 4 5sec. (flying start). 

Pretty Bill, Iceland pony gelding, height 12-3, paced half-a- 
mile and 150 yards at King's Grounds, Govan, February 23, 1910, 
n lmin. 32sec. 

Teetie, B.B. pony, 12-2 (3y) paced six furlongs at Celtic Park. 
Belfast, on August 17, 1912, at 2min. 46sec. speed. 

Frank S. paced one mile one furlong at Celtic Park, Belfast, 
on July 13, 1912, in 2min. 38Hsec. Irish record. 

Little Dolly Geay (4y), 12- 3 J hands, paced one mile at 
Whitegate Park, Blackpool, on May 13, 1912, in 2min. 38] sec. 
British pony record. 

DEVELOPMENT OF TROTTING SPEEDS. 

World's Mile Records. m. s. 

1856 — Flora Temple, b. m., by Bogus Hunter 2 24£ 

1874— Goldsmith Maid, b. m., by AbdaDah 15 2 14 

1878— Rarus, b. g., by Conklin's Abdallah 2 13£ 

1879 — St. Julien, b. g., by Volunteer 2 121 

1880— Maud S., ch. m. s by Harold 2 111 

1880— St. Julien, b. g., by Volunteer 2 111 

1881— Maud S„ ch. m., by Harold 2 101 

1884— Jay Eye See, bl. g., by Dictator 2 10 

3885— Maud S., ch. m., by Harold 2 081 

1891— Sunol, b. m., by Electioneer 2 08 1 

1892 — Nancy Hanks, br, m., by Happy Medium 2 04 

1894 — Alix, b. m., by Patronage 2 03 J 

1900— The Abbott, b. g., by Chimes 2 03* 

1901— Cresceus, ch. h., by Robert McGregor 2 021- 

1903— Lou Dillon, b. in., by Sydney Dillon (with wind- 
shield) 1 58J- 

1910— Uhlan, bl. g\, by Bingen (without windshield)... 1 58 J 

1912 — Uhlan, bl. g., by Bingen (with windshield) 1 58 

1913— Uhlan, bl. g„ by Bingen 1 54} 



78 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

AMERICAN MILE RECORDS— PACING, m. S. 

Directly (2ys). Galesburg, Illinois, Sept. 20, 1894 2 7* 

Mascot, Terre Haute, Indiana, Sept. 29, 1892 2 4 

(The above record was made in a race.) 

Robert J. Terre Haute, Indiana, Sept. 14, 1894 2 1 i 

John R. Gentry, Glens Falls, N.Y., Sept. 10, 1896 2 H 

John R. Gentry, Rigby Park, Portland, Maine, Sept. 

24, 1896 2 0* 

Star Pointer, Readville, Mass., August 28, 1897 1 59i 

Dan Patch, Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1905 (without a 

windshield, i-mile, 30sec; i-mile, 59sec; f-mile, 

lmin. 28sec.) 1 58 

Prince Alert, Yonkers, N.Y., September 23, 1903 1 57 

Dan Patch, Memphis, Tenn., October 26, 1904 1 56 

Dan Patch, Lexington, N.Y., October 7, 1905 (i-mile, 

29*sec; i-mile, 57i sec; i-mile, lmin. 26£sec) ... . 1 55i 
Dan Patch; St. Paul, September 8, 1906 (i-mile, 28isec; 

|-mile, 57sec; i-mile, lmin. 26isec) 1 55 

Direct Hal and Prince Direct (together), Memphis, 

Tenn., October 29, 1902 2 5* 

TWO MILES— AMERICAN RECORDS. 

(pacing and trotting) 
Nervola, Memphis, Tenn., October 29, 1802 (paced) . . 4 24i 
Onward Silver, Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 23, 1602 (trotted) 4 28i 

FASTEST AMERICAN HARNESS MILE RECORDS UP TO 
NOVEMBER, 1913.— TROTTING 

Gelding. — Uhlan, b. g. by Bingen 1 54i 

Yearling. — Airadale, b. c by Tregantle 2 9i 

Two-year-old. — Native Belle, b. f. by Moko 2 7i 

Three-year-old. — Colorado E., b. c by The Bondsman. 2 4 1 

Four-year-old. — Joan, b. f. by Directum Spier 2 4i 

Five- year- old. — Lou Dillon, ch. m. by Sidney Dillon. . . 1 58 J^ 

Stallion. — The Harvester, br. h. by Walnut Hall 2 1 

Mare. — Lou Dillon, ch. m. by Sydney Dillon 1 58f 

PACING. 

Stallion. — Dan Patch, br. h. by Joe Patchen 1 55£ 

Yearling. — Frank Perry, b. c by Toddington 2 15 

Two-year-old. — Directly, bl. c by Direct 2 oi 

Three-year-old Colt. — Impetuous Palmer, b. c. by 

Impetuous Devil 2 5i 

Three-year-old Filly. — Miss De Forest, b. f. by The 

De Forest 2 5* 

Four-year-old. — Braden Direct, b. c by Baron Direct. 2 21 
Five- year- old. — Don Pronto, bl. h. by The Director 

General , . . 2 21 

Gelding. — Prince Alert, b. g. by Crown Prince 1 59 i 

Mare. — Dabisl, b. in. by Alcander 2 o£ 

CONTINENTAL MILE RECORD— PACING. 

Mr. Louis Winan's Prince Alert, at Presburg, Hungary, 

September 6, 1905 2 6% 

AUSTRALIAN MILE RECORDS— TROTTING. 

Fritz (harness), Christchurch, N.Z. (against time), 

January 2, 1899 2 13 

Fritz (saddle), Revenue, Forbury Park, Dunedin, N.Z., 

May 7, 1910 2 11^ 

PACING. 

Emmeline (mare, against time), Forbury Park, Dunedin, 

N.Z., May 1, 1912 2 B% 

Bibbonwood (stallion), Christchurch L N.Z., April 18, 1903 2 9 






THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



79 



DOUBLE, TREBLE AND QUADRUPLE 
CLASSIC EVENTS. 



Two Thousand, One 

Thousand, Oaks and 

St. Leger. 

1902 Sceptre 

Two Thousand, Derby, 
and St. Leger. 

1853 West Australian 

1865 Gladiateur 

1866 Lord Lyon 
1886 Ormonde 

1891 Common 
1893 Isinglass 
1897 Galtee More 

1899 Flying Fox 

1900 Diamond Jubilee 

1903 Eock Sand 

Two Thousand, One 
Thousand and Oaks. 

1840 Crucifix 
1902 Sceptre 

One Thousand, Oaks, 
and St. Leger. 

1868 Formosa 
1871 Hannah 
1874 Apology 

1892 La Fleche 
1902 Sceptre 

1904 Pretty Polly 

Two Thousand, and 
One Thousand. 

1840 Crucifix 
1878 Pilgrimage 
1902 Sceptre 

Two Thousand and 
Derby. 

1813 Smolensko 
1828 Cadland 
1836 Bay Middleton 
1843 Cotkerstone 
1853 West Australian 
1863 Macaroni 

1865 Gladiateur 

1866 Lord Lyon 

1869 Pretender 
1882 Shotover 
1886 Ormonde 
1888 Ayrshire 
1891 Common 

1893 Isinglass 

1894 Ladas 
1897 Galtee More 

1899 Flying Fox 

1900 Diamond Jubilee 



Two Thousand and 
Derb r — Continued. 

1903 Eock Sand 

1904 St Amant 
1909 Minora 
1911 Sunstar 

Two Thousand and 
Oaks. 

1822 Pastille 
1840 Crucifix 
1902 Sceptre 

Two Thousand and 
St. Leger. 

1846 Sir Tatton Syke3 

1852 Stockwell 

1853 West Australian 
1862 The Marquis 

1865 Gladiateur 

1866 Lord Lyon 
1876 Petrarch 
1886 Ormonde 
1891 Common 

1893 Isinglass 
1897 Galtee More 

1899 Flying Fox 

1900 Diamond Jubilee 

1902 Sceptre 

1903 Eock Saul 

One Thousand and 
Oaks. 

1817 Neva 

1818 Corinne 

1823 Zinc 

1824 Cobweb 
1832 Galata 
1840 Crucifix 
1846 Mendicant 
1858 Governess 
1868 Formosa 

1871 Hannah 

1872 Eeine 

1874 Apology 

1875 Spinaway 

1879 Wheel of Fortune 
1881 Thebais 
1884 Busybody 

1886 Miss Jummy 

1887 Eeve d'Or 

1891 Mimi 

1892 La Fleche 

1894 Amiable 
1902 Sceptre 

1904 Pretty Polly 

1905 Cherry Lass 
1913 Jest 



One Thousand and 
Derby. 

1912 Tagalie. 

One Thousand and 
St. Leger, 

1857 Imperieuse 

1867 Achievement 

1868 Formosa 
1871 Hannah 
1874 Apology 

1892 La Fleche 

1902 Sceptre 
1904 Pretty Polly 

Derby and Oaks. 

1801 Eleanor 
1857 Blink Bonny 
1908 Signorinetta 

Derby and St. Leger. 

1800 Champion 

1848 Surplice 

1849 Flying Dutchman 

1850 Voltigeur 

1853 West Australian 
1864 Blair Athol 
1856 Gladiateur 
1866 Lord Lyon 
1877 Silvio 
1881 Iroquois 

1885 Melton 

1886 Ormonde 
1889 Donovan 
1891 Common 

1893 Isinglass 

1895 Sir Visto 

1896 Persimmon 

1897 Galtee More 

1899 Flying Fox 

1900 Diamond Jubilee 

1903 Rock Sand 



Oaks and St. Leger. 

1835 Queen of Trumps 
1868 Formosa 
1871 Hannah 

1873 Marie Stuart 

1874 Apology 
1878 Jannette 
1888 Seabreeze 
1890 Memoir 
1892 La Fleche 
1902 Sceptre 
1904 Pretty Polly 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 81 

COURSING. 

PRINCIPLES OF JUDGING. 

(From the Rules of the National Covrsing Club, with alterations, &c. % 
up to February 20th, 1912.) 

Principles of Judging. — The Judge shall decide all courses 
upon the one uniform principle that the greyhound which does 
most towards killing the hare during the continuance of the 
course is to be declared the winner. The principle is to be carried 
out by estimating the value of the work done by each greyhound, 
as seen by the Judge, upon a balance of points according to the 
scale hereafter laid down, from which also are to be deducted 
certain specified allowances and penalties. 

The points of the course are — 

a. Speed. — which shall be estimated as one, two, or three, 
points, according to the degree of superiority shown 
[See definition below (a).] 

b. The Go-bye. — Two points, or if gained on the outer circle, 
three points. 

c. The Turn. — One point. 

d. Ihe Wrench. — Half a point. 

e. The Kill. — Two points, or, in a descending scale, in 
proportion to the degree of merit displayed in that kill, 
which may be of no value. 

f. The Trip. — One point. 
Definition of Points : — 

a. In estimating the value of speed to the hare the Judge 
must take into account the several forms in which it 
may be displayed, viz. :— 

1. Where in the run up a clear lead is gained by one of the 

dogs, in which case one, two, or three points may be given, 
according to the length of lead, apart from the score for a 
turn or wrench. In awarding these points the Judge 
shall take into consideration the merit of a lead obtained 
by a dog which has lost ground at the start, either from 
being unsighted, or from a bad slip, or which has had to 
run the outer circle. 

2. Where one greyhound leads the other so long as the hare 
runs straight, but loses the lead from her bending round 
decidedly in favour of the slower dog of her own accord, 
in which case the one greyhound shall score one point for 
the speed shown, and the other dog score one point for 
the first turn. 

3. Under no circumstances is speed without subsequent 

work to be allowed to decide a course, except where 

great superiority is shown by one greyhound over another 

in a long lead to covert. 

If a dog, after gaining the first six points, still keeps possession 

of the hare by superior speed, he shall have double the prescribed 

allowance for the subsequent points made before his opponent 

begins to score. 

b. The Go-bye is where a greyhound starts a clear length 
behind his opponent and yet passes him in a straight 
run, and gets a clear length before him. 

c. The Turn is where the hare is brought round at not less 

than a right angle from her previous line. 

d. The Wrench is where the hare is bent from her line at less 
than a right angle ; but where she only leaves her line 
to suit herself, and not from the greyhound pressing her, 
nothing is to be allowed. 



82 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

e. The Merit of a Kill must he estimated according to 
whether a greyhound, by bis own superior dash and skill, 
bears the hare ; whether he picks her up through any 
little accidental circumstances favouring him, or 
whether she is tinned into his mouth, as it were, by the 
other greyhound. 
/. The Trip, or unsuccessful effort to kill, is where the hare 
is thrown off her legs, or where a greyhound flecks her. 
but cannot hold her. 
Allowances.- — The following allowances shall be made for 
accidents to a greyhound during a course ; but hi every case they 
shall only be deducted from the other dog's score : — ■ 

a. For losing ground at the start, either from being un- 
sighted, or from a bad slip, in which case the Judge is 
to decide what amount of allowance is to be made, oh 
the principle that the score of the foremost dog is not 
to begin until the second has had an opportunity of 
joining in the course, and the judge may decide the course 
or declare the course to be an undecided or no course, 
as he may think fit. 

b. Where a hare bears very decidedly in favour of one of 

the greyhounds, after the first or subsequent turns, hi 
which case the next point shall not be scored by the dog 
unduly favoured, or only half his points allowed, 
according to circumstances. No greyhound shall receive 
any allowance for a fall or an accident with the exception 
of being ridden over by the owner of the competing 
greyhound, or his servant, provided for by Rule 31, or 
when pressing his hare, in which case his opponent shall 
not count the next point made. 

Penalties : — ■ 

a. Where a greyhound, from his own defect, refuses to follow 

the hare at which he is slipped, he shall lose the course. 

b. Where a dog wilfully stands still iu a course, or departs from 

directly pursuing the hare, no points subsequently made 
by him shall be scored ; and if the points made by him 
up to that time be just equal to those made by his 
antagonist in the whole course, he shall thereby lose the 
course ; but where one or both dogs stop with the hare 
in view, through inability to continue the course, it shall 
be decided according to the number of points gained 
by each dog during the whole course. 

c. If a dog refuses to fence where the other fences, any 

points subsequently made by him are not to be scored ; 
but if he does his best to fence, and is foiled by sticking 
in a meuse, the course shall end there. When the points 
are equal, the superior fencer shall win the course. 
Second Hare. — If a second hare be started during a course, 
and one of the dogs follows her, the course shall end there. 

No Course. — A " no course " is when by accident or by the 
shortness of the course the dogs are not tried together, and if one 
be then drawn the other must run a bye, unless the Judare on 
being appealed to shall decide that be has done enough work to 
be exempted from it. An undecided course is where the Judge 
considers the merits of the dogs equal, and if either is then drawn, 
the other cannot be required to run a bye ; but the owners must 
at the time declare which dog remains in. (See Rule 34). The 
Judge shall signify the distinction between a " no course " and 
an "' undecided " by taking off his hat in the latter case only. 
After an imdecided or no course, if the dogs before being taken 
up get on another or the same hare, the Judge must follow, and 
shall decide in favour of one if he considers that there has been a 



THE SPORTING CHEOX1CLE ANNUAL. 83 

sufficient trial to justify his doing so. A " no course " or an 
" undecided " may be run off immediately, if claimed on behalf 
of both dogs before the next brace are put into the slips, or in case 
of "no course " if so ordered by the Judge, otherwise it shall be 
run again after the two next courses, unless it stand over till the 
next morning, when it shall be the first course run ; if it is the 
last course of the day, fifteen minutes shall be allowed after both 
dogs are taken up. 

Bets. — All bets upon an undecided course shall stand unless 
one of the greyhounds be drawn. All bets upon a dog running 
further than another in the stake shall be p.p., whatever accident 
may happen. Bets upon a deciding, as upon every other course, 
are off if the course is not run. Long odds bets shall be void when 
made after the draw unless the greyhound the bet refers to shall 
run one course in the Stake, other than a bye, after the bet is 
made. In the case of a meeting, or of a coursing prize, where the 
nominations are not void in consequence of postponement, all 
long odds bets made before the first draw shall hold good, but 
long odds bets made after any draw, except the draw under which 
the stake is run, shall be void. 

Bets ox Stakes Divided. — Where money has been laid against 
a dog winning a stake, and he divides it, the two sums must be 
put together and divided in the same proportion as the value of 
the stakes. 



WATERLOO CUP. 

Instituted 1836. 

Winners, Runners-Up, and Dividers Since 1830. 

The winner of the Cup is placed first and the runner-up second. 

1860— Mr J Blackstock's r b Maid of the Mill, by Judge— Bar tolozi 

Lord Sefton's bd b Sampler, by Skyrocket — Stitch 
1881 — Mr J Hyslop ns (Mt I Campbell's) w d Canaradzo, by 
Beacon — Scotland Yet 
Mr J Spinks's f d Sea Hock, by Willow — Fanny 
1862— Mr J Challander ns (Mr Gregson's) bk b Roaring Meg, 
by Beacon — Polly 
Mr T Brocklebank's bk w b Bowfell, by Judge — Rhapsody 
1863— Mr T T C Lister's w bk b Chloe, by Judge— Clara 

Mr H Haywood's bk b Rebe, by Regan — Lady 
1834— Mr T Williams ns (Dr Richardson's) w bk d King Death, 
by Canaradzo — Annoyance 
Mr H Haywood's bk b Rebe, by Regan — Lady 
1865— Col Goodlake ns (Mr G Carruthers's) r or f b Meg, by 
Terrona — Fanny Fickle 
Mr J Knowles ns (Mr Kennedy's) w d King Tom, by 
Canaradzo — Kitty Nicholson (1) 
1866 — Mr Gorton ns (Mr Foulkes's) bk w cl Brigadier, by Boreas- 
Wee Nell 
Mr J Johnston ns (Mr F Johnston's) bd w b Fieldfare, by 
Dalgig — Woodpigeon 
1887— Mr E W Stocker ns (Mr W J Legh's) w bd b Lobilea, by 
Sea Foam — Lilac 
Mr W Long ns (Mr Haywood's) bk b Royal Seal, by 
Patent — Romping Girl 
1808 — Lord Lurgan's bk w d p Master M'Grath, by Dervock — ■ 
Lady Sarah 
Mr C Randell ns (Mr T T C Lister's) wbddp Cock Robin, 
by King Death— Chloe 



84 THE SPOKTIXG CHRONICLE AXNUAL. 

WATERLOO CUP— Continued. 

1839 — Lord Lurgan's bk w d Master M'Grath, by Dervock— • 
Lady Sarah 
Mr R Paterson ns (Mr Blanchard's) r b Bab,at the Bowster, 
by Boanerges — Mischief 
1870 — Mr J Spinks's r b p Sea Cove (late Covet), by Strange 
Idea — Curiosity 
Lord Binning<s r w d p Bendimere, by Cauld Kail— 
Bergamot 
1871 — Lord Lurgan's bk w d Master M'Grath, by Dervock — 
Lady Sarah 
Mr W H Punchard's f d p Pretender, by Ewsdale — Peeress 
1872 — Mr J Briggs's f b Bed of Stone, by Portland — Imperatrice 
Mr W Eltringham ns (Mr A Smith's) bk d p Peasant Boy, 
by Pacing Hopfactor— Placid 
1873 — Mr R Jardine's r w b p Muriel, by Fusilier — Portia 

Mr J Blackstock ns (Mr A Smith's) bk d Peasant Boy, by 
Racing Hopfactor — Placid 
1874 — Mr C Morgan's r d Magnano, by Cauld Kail — Isoline 

Mr W H Massey ns (Mr Martelli's) f d Surprise, by Sir 
William — Modesty 
1875 — Mr W F Hutchinson's bk w b Honeymoon, by Brigadier- 
Hebe 
Mr J Cunningham's r or f d p Corby Castle, by Silver Fox- 
Bet (1) 
1876— Mr R M Douglas's bk d Donald, by Master Burleigh— 
Phoenix 
Mr D J Paterson's bk d Lord GleiKlyne, by Smuggler— 
Fanny Warfield 
1877— Mr R F Wilkins ns (Mr R Gittus's) f w b p Coomassie, by 
Celebrated — Queen 
Mr J Briggs's bk b p Braw Lass, by Blackburn — Happy 

1878 — Mr H F Stocken ns (Mr T Lay's) f w b Coomassie, by 
Celebrated — Queen 
Lord Fermoy's bk w b p Zazel, by Master Frederick- 
Genevra 
1879— Mr H G Miller's bk w d p Misterton, by Contango — Lina 
Mr R B Carruthers's bk w b p Commerce, by Contango — ■ 
Chameleon 
1880— Mr R B Carruthers ns (Earl of Haddington's) r w d 
Honeywood, by Cavalier — Humming Bird 
Mr J Hinks's f w d Plunger, by Backwoodsman — Gretna (1) 
1881— Mr H G Miller ns (Mr J S Postle's) w bd b Princess Dagmar, 
by Ptarmigan — Gallant Foe 
Mr T Brocklebank's bd d Bishop, by Barleycorn — Daffodil 
1882— Capt Ellis ns (Mr T Hall's) bk w b p Snowflight, by Bothal 
Park— Curiosity, after an undecided and a no course 
Earl of Haddington's bk b Hornpipe, by Bedfellow- 
Hornet 
1883— Mr G J Alexander ns (Mr W Osborne's) r b Wild Mint 
by Haddo — Orla 
Mr W D Deighton ns (Mr W Reilly's) bk w b Snowfliuht, 
by Bothal Park — Curiosity 
1884— Mr C E Marfleet ns (Mr J Mayer's) w bk cl Mineral Water 
by Memento — Erzeroum 
Mr R B Carruthers ns (Mr R F Gladstone's) bk d p Green- 
tick, by Bedfellow — Heartburn 
1883— Mr E Dent's bdwbp Bit of Fashion, by Paris— ^ 
Pretty Nell ( 

Mr J Hinks ns (Mr C Hibbert's) bd b p Miss (divided 
Glendyne, by Paris — Lady Glendyne J 



THE SPOKTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. ba 

WATERLOO CUP— Continued. 
1886— Mr R B Carruthers ns (Mr C Hibbert's) bd b Miss Glendyne, 
bv Paris — -Lady Glendyne 
Mr L Pilkington's f b Penelope II, by MacPherson— 
Stitch in Time 
1887— Mr E. F Gladstone's bk d Greater Scot, by ") 

MacPherson — Madge I divided 

Mr T D Hornby's rdp Herschel, by MacPherson ( 
—Stargazing II J 

1888— Mr L Pilkington's bk w d Burnaby, by Be Joyful- 
Baroness 
Mr W Smith ns (Col J T North's) be d p Duke MacPherson 
Prenz Garde 
1889— Col J T North's bd d p Fullerton, by Greentick—^ 

Bit of Fashion \ divided 

Mr J Badger ns (Col J T North's) bd d p i auidUb 
Troughend, by Greentick — Toledo J 

189C— Col J T North's bd d Fullerton, by Greentick— Bit of 
Fashion 
Mr J Trevor ns (Mr N Dunn's) f b Downpour, by Britain 
Still — Hay time 
1891— Col J T North's bd d Fullerton, by Greentick— Bit of 
Fashion 
Mr G F Fawcett's be b Faster and Faster (late Pride of 
Oakfield), by Northern Express — Pride of Belmont 
1892— Col J T North's bd d Fullerton, by Greentick— Bit of 
Fashion 
Mr G F Fawcett's w bd d Fitz Fife, by Royalty II— 
Bude Light 
isu3 — -Mr fi, L Cotterell ns (Mr J Coke's) w bd d Character, by 
E Halliday — Mermaiden 
Mr T Baxter's bd w d Button Park, by Jester— Brampton 
1894 — Count StroganofFs r b Texture, by Herschel — Tinsel 

Capt Ellis ns (Mi* M Fletcher's) w f d p Falconer, by 
Herschel — Fine Sport 
1895— Mr R B Carruthers ns (Mr L Pilkington's) f b Thoughtless 
Beauty, by Herschel — Thetis 
Capt Ellis ns (Messrs Fawcett's) r d p Fortuna Favente, 
by Herschel — Fair Future 
1896 — Messrs Fawcett's r d Fabulous Fortune, by Herschel— 
Fair Future 
Mr W H Smith (K.) ns (Mr W Smyrl's) f d Wolf Hill, by 
Carr's Green — The Pug 
1897— Mr T P Hale ns (Mr T Holmes's) bd d Gallant, by Young 
Fullerton — Sally Milburn 
Mr H Hardy's f d Five by Tricks, by Freshman — Full Hand 
1898— Mr J Trevor ns (Mr H Hardy's) f w b Wild Night, by 
Freshman — Fine Night 
Duke of Leeds's bk d Lang Syne, by Boss o' the Shanty — 
Belle of Soham 
1899— Mr J B Thompson ns (Mr E Rogers's) bk d Black Fury, by 
Mad Fury— Mischief X 
Col J M McCalmont ns (Duke of Leeds's) bd b b Lapal, 
by Fortuna Favente — Nopal 
1900— Mr J H Bibby ns (Messrs Fawcett's) bk t b Fearless 
Footsteps, by Fabulous Fortune — Fille de Fe" 
Duke of Leeds's * ~b Lavishly Clothed, by Fabulous 
Fortune -Irish Queen 
1901— Mr J S Bibby ns (Messrs. Fawcett's) bk t b Fearless 
Footsteps, by Fabulous Fortune — Fille de Feu 
Mr F Watson ns (Mr P Clark's) bk (I p Cleughbrae, by 
Under the Globe— Tiny Polly 



86 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

WATERLOO CUP— Continued. 

1902 — Mr G F Fawcett's b d wd Farndon Ferry, by Fiery Furnace 
— Fair Florence 
Mr W Wards r d p Wartnaby, by Mellor Moor — Tiny 
Polly 
1903 — Mr J H Bibby ns (Messrs Fawcett's) bd d Father Flint. 
by Fiery Furnace — Fanny Faithful 
Mr A F Pope ns (Mr L Pilkington's) bk d p Paracelsus, 
by Under the Globe — Thoughtless Beauty 
1904 — Mr G Darlinson ns (Mr E Herbert's) r d p Homfray, by 
Fabulous Fortune — Killmode 
Mr E H Whitworth ns (Mr H T Michel's) bk b p Minchmuir. 
by Wet Day — Kaffir Queen 
1905— Mr W H Pawson's bd d Pistol II, by Fighting Fire— 
Thessaly 
Mr A F Pope ns (Mr L Pilkington's) rd Prince Plausible, by 
Boswell — Thoughtless Beauty 
1900— Mr H Hardy's f d Hoprend, by Forgotten Fashion- 
Heirloom 
Mr S S Death's w bk d Dividend Deferred, by Grampus- 
Dark Dame 
1907 — Sir R W Buchanan- Jardine's f d p Long Span, by Pateley 
Bridge — Forest Fairy 
Mr A D Gaussen's bd d Glenbridge, by Spyfontein— 
Get Along 
1C08— Mr E Hu] ton's r b Hallow Eve, by Pateley Bridge- 
Forest Fairy 
Earl of Sefton's bk b p Silhouette, by Strange Mystery— 
Slish 
1909 — Messrs J E and S M Dennis's r d Dendraspis, by Wartnaby 
— Gleneva 
Mr G Mayall ns (Mr E H Sike's) r f d p Such a Sell, by 
Father Flint— Fan o' the Forest 
1910— Mr S Hill- Wood's bd d Heavy Weapon, by Wartnaby— 
Garbitas, declared winner 
Mr J W Fullerton's f d p Full Steam, by Prince Plausible — 
Grammarian, drawn distressed 
1911 — Sir R W B Jardine's r d p Jabberwock, by Bachelor's 
Acre — Forrester's Favour 
Mr A J Humphery ns (Mr P Storey's) f d p Silk and Scarlet, 
by Earl's Court — Gay Feather 
1912— Mr J W Fullerton ns (Mr E L Townshend's) bk d p Tide 
Time, by Friendly Foe — Fast Waves 
Mr F Alexander's bd d p Adversary, by Glenfield — 

1913— Mr S Hifl-Wood, M.P.'s bd d Hung Well, by Mandini— 
Pocahontas 
Mr T Butt-Miller ns (Mr E Hulton's) bd d p Huldee, by 
Little Mercury — Full Way 

In 1836 for 8 dogs ; 1837—16 ; 1838—32 ; 1857—64. 



NETHERBY CUP. 
Winnies Since 1869. 

1870 {Sprvng)-^3x Storey's Baffler ana T^T Walker's Cavalier-— 

divided 
1870 (Autumn)— Mr Carruthers's Cataclysm and Mr Icon's 

Lucernia — divided 
1871 — Mr Turnbull's Iona and Mr Milburn's Kinescraft — divided 
1872— Mr McHaffie's Iron Shot 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 87 

NETHEEBY CUP— Continued. 

1873 — The Earl of Haddington's ns Tyrant and Mr Robinson's 

Riot Act — divided 
1874 — Mr McLean's Enterprise and Mr Forster's Fugitive— 

divided 
1875— Mr McLaw's Border Belle and Mr Whitfield's Banker— 

divided 
1876— Mr Whitfield's Banker and Mr G Carruthers's CoupJand 

Lass — divided 
1877— Mr McLean's Brampton and Mr Whitfield's Lord Douglas 

— divided 
1878— The Earl of Haddington's Haidee 
1879 — The Earl of Haddington's Honey Buzzard and his 

Honeywood 
3 880 — Mr Morrison's Free Flag 
1881— Mr Alexander's Alex Halliday and Mr Whitfield ns 

Markham — divided 
1882 — Mr Hutchinson's Clyde Rocket and Mr Cowan's Courtoise 

—divided 
1883— Messrs Fawcett's Fitzfulke 
1884— Mr Mayer's Mineral Water 
1885 — Mr Hope Johnston's Coleraine and Mr Jewel's Miss 

Jamieson — divided 
1886— Mr Watson's Dear Olive 
1887 — Mr Crosse's Hermes and Mr Fawcett's Fluttering Ferson 

■ — divided 
1888— Mr Paterson's Plymouth Rock and Mr L Hall ns The 

Climber — divided 
1889 — Mrllyslop's Scaleby and Mr Thompson's Monkside— divided 
1890— Mr T Graham's Powfoot amd Mr Pilkington's Pins and 

Needles — divided 
1891 — Mr Russel's Roman Oak, Mr Fletcher's Friars in Orders 

Grey, and Messrs Neston and Dolly's Dillon — ditided 
1892— Mr J Boundy's Bodisco and Mr Brown's Royal Speed— 

divided 
1893 — Mr Jones's Joss Bones, Mr Fletcher's Falconer and Mr 

Coke's Character — divided 
1894— Mr Pilkington's Pennegant and Mr T Bell's Wideawake— 

divided 
1895— Mr Fletcher's Falconer and Mr Russel's Real Point— 

divided 
1896 — Mr Hardy's Hmibert, Mr Fawcett's Fortune's Favourite 

and Pelerine — divided 
1897 — Mr Russel's Realism and Mr A Brown's Miss Meekly— 

divided 
1898— Mr E Martin's Meridan, Mr Fullerton's Fair Kathleen 

and Mr Pilkington's Pussbeam — divided 
1899 — Mr Anderson's Our Nellie 
1900 — Mr Dunmor'e Dear Cardigan and Messrs Fawcett's Father 

o' Fire — divided 
leoi— Mr Smith's Spytfontein beat Dr Harris's Lady Hushen* 
1902— Mr T Graham's Graften and Mr Simpson's Strange Mystery 

— divided 
1903— Mr Pilkington's Paracelsus and Mr Marshall's Magada— 

divided 
1904— Mr Pilkington's Prince Plausible, Mr Kennedy's Klip and 

Melanite and Mr Graham's Geology — divided 
1905 — Old Silver Inkstand — Countess of Sef ton's Submarine 
1906— Old Plate— Duke of Leeds's Laureate 
1907 — Silver Entree DM— Earl of Sefton's San Francisco 
1908 — Silver Cup — Messrs Dennis's Dendraspis 
1909 — Silver Cup—, Sir Wyndham Hanmer's Conover 
1910— Silver Cup — Messrs Dennis's Dendromys 



88 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

NETHERBY CUP— Continued. 
1911 — Silver* Cup — Mr E Roger's Real Bayardo (Cup) and Mr 

Kennedy's Klip River — divided 
1912 — Silver Cvp — Sir R W B Jardine's Jibstay and Mr 

Kennedy's Klip River (Cup) — divided 
1913—Silver Cup— Mr J Bell living's Earlctcn J^t-^rl of 

Lonsdale ns Distingue 



THE BARBICAN CUP. 

1001— *'r EsTConS CoX's i h p Handy Cat (late Happy Ada), by 
Falconer — Hilda Russell (declared the winner). 

1902— Mr S Hill-Wood's bd b Garcitas, by Gallant— Gladiole. 

1903— Mr H T Michel's be d p Melanite, by Wet Day— Herminia 
and Mr R H Cleare's rdp Collegian, by Faber Fortune — ■ 
Satin, divided. 

1901— Mr S Pilkington's bk d Paracelsus, by Under the Globe- 
Thoughtless Beauty. 

1905— Mr S S Death's w bk d Duly Despatched, by Under the 
Globe— Tiny Polly. 

1906 — Colonel Holmes's w bd d Handsome Cup, by Loving Cup — ■ 
Merry Making. 

1907 — Mr H Brocklebank's r b Birkdault, by Cleughbrae — Birks 
Bridge. 

1908 — Mr R N Stollery's bd w b p Steam Whistle, by Grampus- 
Haze. 

1909 — Sir Wyndham Hanmer's r d Conover, by Father Flint— 
Cintra. 

1910 — Mr H Birkbecks rdp Beau Brocade, by Earl's Court — 
Filagree. 

1911 — Messrs. Dennis's f d Dendromys, by Wartnaby — Gleneva. 

1912— Mr. S Hill-Wood's w f d Honest Witness, by Horrid 
Weather — Delvino. 

1913 — Mr W Wing's bk d p Woolgatherer, by Forest Tiger— 
Wendy. 



BADMINTON. 

ALL-ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS, 1913. 

T,vt>ies' Doubles.— Miss Hogarth and Miss Bateman bea 
Miss AT. lia^t and Miss C. Johnstone, 18 — 15, 15 — 1. 

Ladies' Single^. — Miss Radeglia beat Mrs. Tragett (holder). 
11—5, 11—8. 

Mixed Doubles' Championship, — " U. N. LapiH "-*nd Miss 
Mayston beat E. Hawthorn and Miss Hogarth (holders), 15 — 12, 
15—6. 

. Men's Doubles. — F. Chesterton and G. A. Thomas beat Dr. 
Crombie and H. J. H. Inglis, 15—10, 15—8. 
• Men's Singles.—" U. N. Lapin " beat F. Chesterton (helder), 
15—7, 15—8. 

Veteran's Doubles. — C. G. Fames and B. Franck beat Colt 
G. W. Deane, C.B., and S. W. Baker, 15— 7, 15— 11. 

INTERNATIONAL MATCH, 1913. 

England beat Ireland in the Gent's Singles (2 games) al30 won 
all three encounters in the Gent's Doubles, the Ladies' Doubles, 
and two of the three Mixed Doubles. 



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90 THE SPORTING CHEOX1CLE ANNUAL. 

THE BATTLE OF THE BLUES. 

INTER-VARSITY RESULTS, 1912 

Total — Cambridge, 15 events ; Oxford, 8 events ; 
October Term, 1912, 
Event. Winner. 

Cross-Country Oxford 

Rugby Football Cambridge . . 

Ice Hockey Cambridge . . 

Lext Term, 1913. 

Association Football Drawn 

Hockey Cambridge . . 

Boxing . . Cambridge . . 

Lacrosse Oxford 

Milliards Cambridge . . 
thletic Sports Drawn 

Chess Oxford 

Boat Race Oxford 

Golf Drawn 

Racquets (Doubles) Cambridge . . 

Racquets (Singles) Cambridge . . 

Gymnastics Drawn 

Summer Term, 1913. 

Sailing Oxford 

O.T.C. Competition Oxford 

Lawn Tennis (Doubles) Cambridge . . 

Lawn Tennis (Singles) Cambridge . . 

Swimming Cambridge . . 

Water Polo Cambridge . . 

Cricket Cambridge . . 

Tennis (Doubles) Cambridge . . 

Tennis (Singles) Cambridge . . 

Fencing Oxford 

Polo Oxford 



5-13. 






drawn, 4 events. 


Result, 




24 


points 


31 


10 


points 


3 


1 


goal 





2 


goals 


all 


7 


goals 


2 


6 


events 


4 


14 


goals 


b 


2 


games 


1 


5 


events 


all 


6* 


games 


04 


f 


lengths 




4 


matches all 


4 


sets 


2 


3 


sets 


1 


34(H points all 


16 


points 


11 


3 


events 


2 


9 


games 


1 


7 


games 


2 


2 


events 


1 


1 


goal 





4 


wickets 




3 


sets 





3 


sets 





8 


matches 5 


9 


goals 


5 



RESULTS OF INTER-VARSITY CONTESTS SINCE 1890. 



3890-91— Cambridge 10 

1891-92— ram bridge 15 

1892-93— Cambridge 11 

1893-94— Oxford 12 

1894-95— Cambridge 12 

1895-96— Cambridge 32 

1896-97— Oxford 12 

1897-98— Oxford 14 

1898-99— Oxford 10 

1899-00— Oxford 11 

1900-01— Oxford 11 

1901-02— Cambridge 10 

1902-03— Oxford 13 

1903-04— Cambridge 13 

1904-05— Cambridge 12 

1905-06— Oxford 11 

1906-07— Oxford 11 

1907-08— Oxford 11 

1908-09— Oxford 14 

1909-10— Cambridge 12 

1910-11— Oxford 9 

1911-12 — Cambridge 13 

1912-13— Cambridge 15 



Oxford 7 

Oxford 9 

Oxford 9 

Cambridge 9 

Oxford 9 

Oxford 9 

Cambridge 11 

Cambridge 8 

Cambridge 10 

Cambridge 10 

Cambridge 10 

Oxford 9 

Cambridge 9 

Oxford 7 

Oxford 8 

Cambridge 10 

Cambridge 8 

Cambridge 10 

Cambridge 7 

Oxford 11 

Cambridge 9 

Oxford 9 

Oxford 8 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE RECORDS, 1913. 

Total — Oxford, 475 wins ; Cambridge, 6i 

Events Oxford Wins. C 

Athletics 22 

Aquatics 38 

Billiards 29 

*Boxing and Fencing 8 

Chess 16 

Cricket 33 

Motor Cycling 1 

Cycling 12 

Football (Association) 18 

Football (Eugby) 18 

Golf 16 

Gymnastics 

Hockey 10 

Hare and Hounds 15 

Lacrosse 4 

Polo 16 

Racquets (Doubles) 27 

Racquets (Singles) 28 

Sailing 1 

Swimming 4 

Shooting (Aggregate) 73 

Water Polo 8 

Tennis (Doubles) 19 

Tennis (Singles) 19 

Lawn Tennis (Doubles) 9 

Lawn Tennis (Singles) 29 

Boxing 

Fencing 1 

* Now held separately. 



91 



>4 


wins ; draws 


46. 


bridge Wins. Draws, 


24 


4 




29 


1 




19 ... 


— 




5 


3 




22 ... 


3 




28 


8 




1 


— 




15 


— 




19 


3 




13 


9 




16 


3 




2 


1 




11 


3 




18 


— 




7 


— 




17 


- 




29 


— 




27 


- 




1 


— 




18 ... 


2 




188 


— 




9 


6 




25 ... 


- 




35 


— 




23 


- 




27 


— 




1 


- 




- ... 


- 



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SWIMMING. 



THE CHAMPIONSHIPS OF 1913. 



100 Yards. — At Brighton, September 20. — H. E. Anmson. 
Croydon S.C, 1 ; J. G. Hatfield, Middlesbrough S.C, 2 ; L. J. 
Haskins, Otter S.O., 8. Won by a touch; liyds. between 
second and third. Time 60sec. 

£20 Yards.— At Hyde, September 21. —J. G.Hatfield, Middles- 
brough S.C., 1 ; W. Foster, Hyde Seal, S.C. 2 ; O. Schiele, 
Magdeburg S.C, Germany, 3. Won by sixteen yards.; three 
yards between second and third. Time, 2min. 30%sec. 

440 Yards. (Salt Water).— At Plymouth, August 13.— J. G.- 
Hatfield, Middlesbrough S.C, 1 ; F. P. Giles, City of London 
Police S.C, 2 ; B. E. Spiers, Everton S.C, 3. Won by twelve 
yards ; two yards between second and third. Time, 5min. 
43sec. (course 20yds. short). 

500 Yards— At Wolverhampton, September 11— J. G. Hatfield, 
Middlesbrough S.C, 1 ; F. P Giles, City of London Police S.C, 
2. Won easily. Time, 6mm. lS^sec. 

Half-Mile — At Berwick- on-Tweed, August 9.— J. G. Hatfield, 
Middlesbrough S.C. 1 ; G. W. Leader, Middlesbrough S.C, 2 ; 
P. Graham, Northumberland A. S.C, 3. Won by 150 yards'; 
ten yards between second and third. Time, 11mm. 46 2 /5sec. 

Mile. — At Leicester, August 5. — J. G. Hatfield.Middlesbrough S.C 
1 ; H. Taylor, Hyde Seal S.C, 2 ; W. H. Melhuish, Wooldon 
S.C, 3. Won by eighty yards ; same between second and 
third Time, 24min., 55V6sec. 

Long Distance. — Kew to Putney (5 mile? 60 yards), July 19. 
J. G. Hatfield, Middlesbrough S.C, 1 ; H. Taylor, Hyde Seal 
S.C, 2 ; W. H. Melhuish, Woolden S.C, 3. Won by 100 yards ; 
200 yards between second and third. Time, 1 hour 5min. 
27sec. 

150 Yards. (Back Stroke). — Birmingham, September 1. — G. H. 
: Webster, Sowerby Bridge S.C, 1 ; W. Morris, Amateur S.C, 2 ; 
H. Julin, Stockholm S.C, 3. Won by six yards ; three yards 
between second and third. Time, lmin. 59 2 /5sec. 

200 Yards (Breast Stroke). — At Weston-super-Mare, August 11. 
P. Courtman, Old Trafford S.C, 1 ; A. Dawson, Sheffield Otter 
S.C, 2 ; E. Parker, AtterclifTe S.C, 3. Won by five yards ; 
six yards between second and third. Time, 2min. 43sec. 

100 Yards (Ladies).— At Hull, August 25.— Miss D. Curwen, 
Westminster Ladies S.C, Liverpool, 1 ; Miss B. Moore, 
Glasgow, 2 ; Miss A. Spiers, Liverpool, 3. Won by four yards.; 
three yards between second and third. Time, lmin. 13 3 5 sec. 

220 Yards (Ladies).— At Croydon, September 29.— Miss D. 
' Curwen, Westminster Ladies S.C, Liverpool, 1 ; Miss Vera 
Neave, Enfield Ladies S.C, 2 ; Miss A. Spiers, Liverpool Ladies 
S.C, 3. Won by three yards ; twelve yards between second 
and third. Time, 3min. 12 2 /5sec 

Club Team. — At Camberwell, London, October 6. — Hyde Seal 
beat Wigan. Won by twenty-five yards. Time, (1280yds) 
16min. 18%sec. 

Plunging.— At Newcastle-on-Tyne, September 29. — H. Davison, 
Aston S.C, 73ft. 3in., 1 ; W. H. Smith, Woodside S.C, 69ft. 
lin., 2 ; T. G. Bullus, Bradford S.C, 68ft. 3in., 3. 

Schools Team. — At Bolton, October 1. — Our Lady of Mount 
Carmel School, Liverpool, 1 ; Beverley Bead Council School, 
Hull, 2 ; Kennmgton Road L.CC School, London, 3. 

Diving. — At Holborn, London, September 24. — G. W. Gadzik 
Chicago A.A., U.S.A., l; Hj Johansson, Amateur S.C, 2; 
H. E, Pott. Otter S.C. 3. 



S4 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE AXNUAL. 

WINNERS OF ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 



100 YARDS. (Standard, lmin. 4sec.) 



m. s. 

S. Moore 1 16i 

S.Moore 1 13* 

. R. Itter 1 16* 

Bettinson 1 16 

Depau 1 12* 

. Blew Jones . . .1 11 

I,. Mayger 1 11 % 

L. Mayger 1 12 

Nuttall.. 1 9* 

Nuttall 1 7% 

Nuttall 1 6* 

J. Lenton 1 7% 

Evans 1 8f 

.Evans 1 8% 

H. Tyers .1 5% 

H. Tyres 1 7% 

H. Tyres 1 5 

H. Tyres 1 4 



1896 J. 

1897 J. 

1898 J. 

1899 J. 

1900 J. 

1901 J. 

1902 F. 

1903 J. 

1904 J. 

1905 Z. 

1906 C. 

1907 C. 

1908 H. 

1909 P. 

1910 P. 

1911 H. 

1912 P. 

1913 H. 



M. S. 



H. Tyres 1 1% 

H. Tyres 1 3% 

H.Derbyshire. .1 0% 
H. Derbyshire.. 1 0% 
H. Derbyshire.. 1 1 
H. Derbyshire.. 1 1% 

C.V.Lane 1 

H. Derbyshire.. 1 1% 
H. Derbyshire.. 1 0% 

deHalmay 59 

M.Daniels 58% 

M.Daniels 55%- 

Meyboom 1 0% 

Radmilovic. . . .1 1 
E. Beaurepaire . 591s 

H. Hardwick..O 58% 
McGiJlivray 57% 

E. Annison . . .0 60 



1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 



1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 



220 YARDS. 

E. C. Danels 3 

E. C. Danels 3 

E. C. Danels 3 

T. Cairns 2 

T. Cairns 3 

T. Cairns 3 

J. Nuttall 3 

J. Nuttall 2 

J. Nuttall 3 

T. Jones 2 

W. Evans 2 

W.Evans 2 

J. H. Tyres 2 

J. H. Tyres 2 

J. H. Tyres 2 

J. H. Tyres 2 

J. H. Tyres 2 

J. H. Tyres 2 

t Dead heat. 



(Standard, 
9* 1 1898 
1899 



14* 
13* 

59* 

2* 

8* 

4% 

59% 

15% 

57* 

51 % 

52 

462 s 
54% 
49 
41 
50 % 
38% 



1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



2niJi. 45sec») 
J. H. Derbyshire. .2 42% 

E. C.V.Lane 2 38% 

f t J.H.Derbyshire \ „ o , 4 
ItF. C.V.Lane.. j Z u4 3 

J. H.Derbyshire.. 2 42 

F. C.V.Lane 2 <?8% 

J. H. Derbyshire 2 46 

C. E. Forsyth 2 37% 

B. B. Kieran 2 37% 

tC. Healey 2 37% 

Z. de Halmay 2 34 

F. B. Beaurepaire. 2 37 
T. S. Battersby. ..2 32 % 
F. E. Beaurepaire. 2 30 
H. H. Hardwick. .2 33% 

J. G. Hatfield 2 30 % 

J. G. Hatfield.... 2 30% 

t Swam over. 



440 YARDS. 

(Standard, within 4 

T. Cairns 6 33 

H.C. Schlotel ....6 48 V 5 
H. C, Schlotel ....6 21 i 

H.C. Schlotel 6 31% 

J. Nuttall 6 16* 

W. Henry 6 4 

W.Evans ....6 19^ 

\V. Evans 7 15 

W.Evans 7 3 

J. H. Tyres 6 33% 

J. H. Tyres 7 7% 

J. H. Tsres 6 8% 

J. H. Tyres 6 18% 

Percy Cavill 4 50 

J. A. Jarvis 6 32 

* Course short. 



(Salt Water.) 
5secs. of the winner.) 

1899 F. C. V. Lane 6 30% 

1900 J. A. Jarvis 12 55 

1901 D. Billington. ... .8 23% 

1902 P. Cavill 5 4% 

1903 D. Billington 6 34% 

1904 D. Billington 6 19 

1905 B. B. Kieran 5 22% 

1906 H. Taylor 5 42% 

1907 H.Taylor 4 43 

1908 F. E. Beaurepaire. 4 59% 
J909IT. S. Battersby... 6 6 . 

1910 F. E. Beaurepaire. 5 38% 

1911 H. H. Hardwick. .5 40% 

1912 J. G. Hatfield .4 54% 

1913* J. G. Hatfield 5 43 

t Swam over. 



THE SPOKTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

500 YARDS. (Standard, 6min. 40sec.) 



95 



M. S. 

1878 J.P.Taylor 8 71 

1879 E. C. Danels 7 441 

1880 E. C. Danels 7 511 

1881 E. O. Danels 7 49* 

1882 E.G. Danels 7 44 

1883 E.G. Danels 7 481 

1884 T. Cairns 7 321 

1885 T. Cairns 7 5l| 

1886 J.Nuttall, 7 191 

1887 J.Nuttall 7 26% 

1888 J.Nuttall 7 25$ 

1889 J. F. Stanching. . .7 35% 

1890 W. Evans 7 23% 

1891 W. Evans 7 14 

1892 W.Evans 7 24 

1893 J. H. Tyres 7 17 

1894 J. H.Tyers 6 45 

1895 J. H. Tyres 6 47% 



M. S. 

1896 J. H. Tyres 55% 

1897 J. H. Derbyshire . . 7 2 Ys 

1898 J. A. Jarvis 6 479s 

1899 J. A. Jarvis 6 51 

1900 J. A. Jarvis 6 49% 

1901 J. A. Jarvis 6 35 

1902 D. Billington 6 25% 

1903 D. Billington 6 58% 

1904 C.E.Forsyth ....6 33% 

1905 B. B. Kieran 6 7% 

1906 H. Taylor 6 24% 

1907 H.Taylor 6 22 

1908 H.Taylor 6 14 

1909 T. S. Battershy. . .6 26% 

1910 F. E. Beaurepaire . 6 21 

1911 H.Taylor 6 22 

1912 J. G.Hatfield.... 6 18% 

1913 J. G. Hatfield ... .6 13% 



880 YARDS. (Standard, 13mm. 30 sec) 




1881 D. Ainsworth . 


.14 311 


1898 J. A. Jarvis 


.12 52 


1882 D. Ainsworth . . 


.15 161 


1899 J. A. Jarvis 


.12 45% 


1883 D. Ainsworth . . 


.14 231 


1900 J. A. Jarvis 


.12 35 


1884 G. Bell 


.14 351 
.13 41 


1901 J. A. Jarvis. .. 

1902 R. Cavill 


.12 42% 


1885*H. C. Schlotel.. 


.11 50% 


1886 H. C. Schlotel.. 


.14 171 


1903 D. Billington.. 


.13 10% 


1887 J.Nuttall. 


.14 44 


1904 O. E. Forsyth . 


.12 23 


1888 H. Bowden . . . 


.14 25% 


1905 B. B. Kieran.. . 


.11 28 


1889 J. F. Standring. 


.14 56% 
.14 38 


1906 H.Taylor 


.11 25% 


1890 W.Evans 


1907 H. Taylor 


.12 16% 


1891 S. W. Greasley . 


.13 42% 


1908 F. E. Beaurepairel2 44 


1892 S. W. Greasley . 


. 14 0% 


1909 T. S. Battersby 


.11 47% 


1893 J. H. Tyres 


.13 41 


1910 F. E. Beaurepairell 39% 


1894 J. H. Tyres .... 


.13 42% 


1911 H.Taylor 


.12 5% 


1895 J. H. Tyres 


.13 56 


1912 J. G. Hatfield . . 


.12 21% 


1896 J. H. Tyres 


.14 2% 


1913 J. G. Hatfield . 


.11 46% 


1897 J. H.Derbyshire. 13 38% 


* Course short. 



ONE MILE. (Standard, 

1869 T. Morris 27 18 1892 S. 

1870 H. Parker 26 6% 1893 J. 

1871 H. Parker 24 35 1894 J. 

1872 H. Parker 29 3 1895 J. 

1873 D Ainsworth ...30 58% 1896 J. 

1874 H. Davenport. ..31 9 1897 J. 

1875 H. Davenport... 31 30 1898 J. 

1876 H Davenport. ..33 8 1899 J. 

1877 H. Davenport ..29 251 1900 J. 

1878 H. Davenport... 31 151 1901 J. 

1879 H. Davenport... 34 9 1902 J. 

1880 J. P. Taylor. . . .30 38 1903 D 

1881 J. P. r J aylor 85 20 1904 D 

1882 J. P. Taylor 32 38 1905 D 

1883 E. C. Danels 31 40% 1906 H 

1884 G.Bell 31421 1907 H 

1885 S. Sargeant 32 111 1908 F 

1886 H. C. Schlotel . . .31 321 1909 T. 

1887 J. Nuttall 30 38 1910 F. 

1888 J. F. Standring. .34 11 1911*H, 

1889 H. Bowden 31 0% 1912 J. 

1890 S. W. Greasley . .29 32% 1913 J 

1891 S. W. Greasley . .30 33% 



28min.) 

W. Greasley . .28 18% 

H.Tyers 27 21% 

H.Tyers 27 51% 

H.Tyers 27 33% 

H.Tyers 26 461 

A. Jarvis 32 28% 

A Jarvis 26 37% 

A Jarvis 25 13% 

A. Jarvis 26 26 

A. Jarvis 25 i3% 

A. Jarvis 25 35 

, Billington 24 56% 

. Billington.... 27 18 
. Billington.... 24 42% 

.Taylor 27 9 

.Taylor 25 4% 

E. Beaurepaire25 15% 
S. Battersby. .24 1% 
E. Beaurepaire24 39% 

.Taylor 23 351 

G.Hatfield ...25 2% 
G. Hatfield... 24 55% 
Course short. 



96 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



LONG DISTANCE. 




(Standard within 10 minutes of winner.) 




H. M. S. 


K. 


K. 3. 


3877 H. Davenport.. 1 13 27 


1898fW\ Green 2 


33 15 


1878 H. Davenport..l 16 10 


1897£PercyCavill...l 


6 35 


1879 H. Davenport..l 22 27 


1898 J. A. Jarvis... 1 


7 53 


1880 W. R. Itter ... 1 17 


1899 J. A. Jarvis... 1 


9 45 


1881 WE Richardson 1 21 30 


1900 J. A. Jarvis... 1 


4 17 


1882 FWHuntingdonl 21 


1901 J. A. Jarvis... 1 


9 0% 


1883 W. R. Itter . . .1 15 20 


1902 J. A. Jarvis. . .1 


13 27 


1884 G Bell 119 1 


1903 J. A. Jarvis... 1 


3 48 % 


1885 G.Bell 1 24 42 


1904 J. A. Jarvis... 1 


7 32% 


1886 A. E. France. .1 20 50 


1905 D. Billington..l 


8 55 


1887 A. E. Prance. .1 18 10 


1906 J. A. Jarvis. . .1 


3 40 


1888 A.'E. France.. 1 17 7 


1907 P. Radmilovic.l 


9 15 % 


1889 H. Bowden ... 1 25 50 


1908 F.W.Springfieldl 


10 57 ' 


1890 W, Henry 1 15 15 


1909 H.Taylor 1 


5 34 


1891 A. Ibbott 1 12 27 


1910 T. S. Battersbyl 


3 12 


1892 M. Drake .1 18 40 


1911 M.E. Champion 1 


6 11% 


1893 J. H. Tyres . . .1 17 1% 


1912 H.Taylor 1 


4 7% 


1894 J. H. Tyers ... 1 47 6% 


1913 J. G. Hatfield. 1 


5 27 


1895 Declared void. 


f Rough weather. 




No competitor finished. 


t Tidal water. 




CLUB TEAM. 




M. S. 




M. 8. 


1909 Wigan (1265yds) ..15 6 


1 1912 Hyde S.(1200yds)14 40 


1910 Wigan (1246yds) ..15 44 


1913 Hyde S.(1280yds)16 18% 


1911 Hyde S.(1200yds) 14 46% 


1 




200 YARDS BREAST STROI 


£E. (Standard, 3min. lOsecs.) 


1903 W.W.Robinson.. 2 49% 


1909 P. Courtman 


.2 48% 


1904 W. W. Robinson. .2 52% 


1910 H. Julin 


.2 53 


1905 W. W. Robinson. .2 49% 


1911 E. Toldi 


.2 42 


1908 F. H. Naylor 2 58% 


1912 P. Courtman 


.2 47% 


1907 P. Courtman 2 55% 


1913 P. Courtman 


.2 43 


1908 P. Courtman 2 47% 






150 YARDS BACK STROK3 


3. (Standard, 2min. 25secs.) 


1903 W. Call .....2 6% 1 


1909 F. A. Unwin 


.2 2% 


1904 W. Call .2 1% 


1910 M. W T eckesser . . . 


.1 57% 


1905 W. Call 2 1% 1 


1911 M. Weckesser . . . 


.1 58% 


1906F. A. Unwin 2 4 j 


1912 G.H.Webster... 


.2 0% 


1907 F. A. Unwin 1 59% 


1913 G.H.Webster... 


.1 59% 


1908 F. A. Unwin 2 1 1 






100 YARDS LADIES, 


(Standard, Imin. 25sec.) 




1901 Miss Hilda Thorpe 1 30% 

1902 Miss Maggie Scott. 1 25% 


1908 Miss J. Fletcher . 


M. s. 
1 18 


1909 Miss J. Fletcher . 


1 14 


1903 Miss Hilda Thorpe 1 27% 


1910 Miss I. Steer . . . 


1 13% 


1904 Miss H. Mackay.,1 25% 


1911 Miss J. Fletcher . 


1 15% 


1905 Miss M. Scott 1 25% 


1912 Miss J. Fletcher . 


1 15% 


1906 Miss J. Fletcher.. 1 24 


1913 MissD. Curwen.. 


1 13% 


1907 Miss J. Fletcher . .1 18 





> YARDS LADIES. (Standard, 3min. 40sec.) 

1912 Miss D. Curwen, 3min. 8%sec. 

1913 Miss D. Curwen, 3min 12% sec. 




J. G. HATFIELD, 

England's Champion Amateur Swimmer. 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



97 



PLUNGING. (Standard, 60ft.) 



FT. IN. 

1883 T.H.Clarke 63 2 

1884 H. Davenport 64 8 

1385 H. Davenport 64 11 

1886 H. Davenport 67 11 

1887 G. A. Blake 73 1(H 

1888 G. A. Blake 71 3 

1889 G. A. Blake 73 5 

1890 G. A. Blake 69 3 

1891 G. A. Blake 67 3 

1892 H. A. Wilson 59 6 

1893*S. T. Dadd 64 3 

1894 J. McHugh 64 4 

1895 W.Taylor 65 3 

1896 W. Allason 73 4 

3897 W. Allason. 68 11 

1898 W.Taylor 78 9 

* A time limit of 60s8c. came 
the distance plunged was taken. 



FT. IN - . 

1399 W.Taylor 73 9 

1900 W. Taylor 75 11 

1901 W.Taylor 78 

1902 W. Allason 73 10 

1903 W. Taylor 74 

1904 J. A. Jarvis 75 4 

1905 W. Taylor 75 7 

1906 W.Taylor 82 7 

1907 W. Allason 75 lOi 

1908 W. Allason 78 7 

1909 W. Allason 74 2k 

1910 H. W. Allason 79 

1911 H. W. Allason 81 5 

1912 W. H. M. Smith. .69 11 

1913 H. Davison . . 73 3 

into force this year. Previously 
irrespective of time occupied. 



1907 H. Smyrk 

1908 H. Smyrk 

1909 H.E. Pott 



DIVING. 

1910 H.E. Pott 

1911 H.E. Pott 



1912 H.E. Pott 

1913 G.W.Gadzik 



HENRY BENJAMIN CHALLENGE TROPHY. 

(Awarded to cubs gaining most points in A.S.A. Championship). 

PTS. PT3. 

1910 Wigan 29 I 1912*Hyde Seal Y™ 

1911 Hyde Seal 33 'Middlesbrough . . . .) 

I 1913 Middlesbrough. 
* Held Jointly. 



SCHOOLBOY TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1896 Seamen's Orphanage, Liverpool. - 

1897 Arnot Street School, Liverpool. 

1898 Arnot Street School, Liverpool. 

1899 Ardwick Green School, Manchester. 

1900 Abbott Street Board School, Manchester. 

1901 Abbott Street Board School, Manchester. 

1902 Seamen's Orphanage, Liverpool. 

1903 Abbott Street Board School, Manchester. 

1904 Abbott Street Board School, Manchester. 

1905 Seamen's Orphanage, Liverpool. 

19.06 Abbott Street Board School, Manchester. 
1907 Seamen's Orphanage, Liverpool. 
1903 . Beverley Road Council School. Hull. 

1909 Abbott Street School, Manchester. 

1910 Abbott Street School, Manchester. 

1911 Abbott Street School, Manchester. 

1912 Abbott Street School, Manchester. 

1913 Lady of Mount Carmel School, Liverpool. 



KING EDWARD VH. CUP. 

(Presented to the Royal Life Saving Society), 

1903 'English Amateur Swimming Association. 

1904 H. Johannson, Stockholm. 

1905 W. W. Robinson, Liverpool S.C. 

1906 F. J. Matthews, Liverpool S.C. 



98 THE SPOBTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 

King Edward VII. Gup — Continued. 
1007 Oscar Sebiele, Deutsclier S.V. 
1908/ Oscar Schiele, Deutscher S.V. . 

1 S. Blatherwick, Sheffield Atterckff e S.C. 

1909 Oscar Schiele, Magdeburg S.C. . 

1910 Xo contest owing to death of King Edward 

1911 E. G. Finlav, Perth, Western Australia. 

1912 W. Morris, Amateur S.C. 

1913 Oscar Schiele Magdeburg S.C, Germany. 

* This was a competition between- teams representing variou 
Countries. 



OLYMPIC GAMES. 

At Shepherds Bush, London, July 13 to 25. 1908. 
100 Metres (109.3 yards).— C. M. Daniels, New York A.C., Imin. 

5 3 1>sec. 
400 Metres (437 . 4 yards) .— H. Taylor, (Great Britain and Ireland), 

5min. 36%sec. 
1,500 Metres (1,640 yards) -H. Taylor (Great Britain and Ireland), 

22min. 482ssec. . L . . ;~- *■,•■• 

100 Metres (back-stroke).— A. Bierberstem (Germany), 1mm. 

2 4 ^5 sec 
200 Metres (breast stroke) -F. Holman (Great Britain and Ireland), 

3min. 9 1 / / 5sec. ^ n «•*«-*• 

Team Race (200 metres— 218.7 yards) each man, Great Britain 

and Ireland (H. Taylor, W. Foster, P. Radmilovic, J. H 

Derbyshire), lOmin. 532/ssec. . -•',*. 

Water Polo.— Great Britain and Ireland beat Belgium, final tie 

9 goals to 2. 
Fancy Diving. — A. Turner, Germany, 85.5 points. 
High Diving. — Hj. Johannson, Sweden, 83.70 points. 

At Djurgaedsbrunnsviken, Stockholm, Sweden, 
July 6 to July 15, 1912. 
100 Metres (Free Style).— D. P. Kahanamoku, U.S.A., 632/^sec. 
100 Metres (Back Stroke).— H. Hebner, U.S.A., Imin. 21 1 /ssec. 
200 Metres (Breast Stroke). — W. Bathe, Germany, 3min. 1^6 sec. 
400 Metres (Free Style). — G. R. Hodgson, Canada, gmin. 24 2 5 sec. 
400 Metres (Breast Stroke).— W. Bathe, Germany, 6min. 29 3 5sec. 
1,500 Metres (Free Style).— G. R, Hodgson, Canada, 22min. 
High Diving. — W. E. Adlerz, Sweden. 
High Diving (Plain and Variety).— W. E. Adlerz, Sweden. 
Springboard Diving. — P. Gunther, Germany. 
800 Metres (Team).' — Australasia, lOmin. 11 Ys sec. 
Water Polo. United Kingdom. 

100 Metres (Ladies).' — Fanny Durack, Australasia, Imin. 22 1 /5sec. 
High Diving (Ladies).' — Greta Johanson, Sweden. 
400 Metres, Team (Ladies).' — United Kingdom. 5min. 52 4 3see. 



NORTHERN COUNTIES. 

150 Yards. — Imin. 47%sec, J. H. Tyers, Manchester Osborne, at 
Scarborough, September 4, 1894 ; limn. 42 2 / 5 sec, J. H. Tyers, 
Manchester Osborne, at Southport, August 5, 1895 ; Imin. 45sec 
J. H. Derbyshire, Manchester Osborne, at Hyde, September 29, 
1896 ; Imin. 39sec, J. H. Tyers, at Warrington, June 1, 1897 ; 
Imin. 44sec., J. H. Derbyshire, at Ashton-under-Lyne, Sept. 
27, 1898 ; Imin. 38 4 /5sec, J. H. Derbyshire, at Burslem, June 8, 
1899 ; Imin. 40sec„ J. H. Derbj'shire, at Burslem, June 14, 
1900 ; imin. 37%sec. (23 yards bath), J. H. Denshire, at 
Tylclesley, June 17, 1901 ; lmiu. 39 3 /5see., J. H. Derbvshire, at 
Liverpool, June 19, 1902 ; Imin. 422/ 5 sec, J. H. Derbyshire, at 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANTNUAX. 99 

Burnley. July 6, 1903 ; lmin. 38%sec, C. E. Forsyth, Hyde 
Seal, at Burnley, June 13, 1901 ; lmin. 38sec, J. H. Derbyshire. 
Manchester Osborne, at Macclesfield. September 20, 1905 ; 
lmin. 45? 5 sec, J. H. Derbyshire, Manchester Osborne, at 
Blackburn July 30, 1906 ; lmin. 38% sec, J. H. Derbyshire. 
Manchester Osborne, at Liverpool, August 29, 1907 ; lmin. 
41'75sec, J. H. Derbyshire, Manchester Osborne, at Ashton- 
under-Lyne, September 29, 1908 ; lmin. 37 2 /5sec, J. H. 
Derbyshire, Old Traff ord S.C., at Manchester, October 13, 1909 ; 
lmin. 44% sec, C. W. Edwards, Ever ton S.C., at Hyde, October 
18, 1910 ; lmin. 45sec, J. C. Ravenscroft, Salford, at Liverpool. 
September 25, 1911. lmin. 43Vssec, H. Taylor. Hyde Seal, a; 
Hyde, October 22, 1912 ; lmin. 40 2 /3sec, R. E. Spiers, Everton. 
at Accrington, July 16, 1913. 

440 Yards.— 5min. 32*fcsec, D. Billington, Bacup S.C., at Bacup. 
June 20, 1903 ; 5min. 34M>sec, C. E. Forsyth, Hyde Seal, at 
Liverpool, June 2, 1904 ; 5min. 33 3 5sec, C. E. Forsyth, at 
Burslem, July 13, 1905 ; 5min. 35s3c, H. Taylor, Chadderton, 
at Salford, October 8, 1908 ; 5min. 34%sec., H. Taylor, 
Chadderton, at Ashton-under-Lyne, September 24, 1907 ; 
5min. 37 Vs sec, T. S. Battersby, Southport, at Chadderton, 
October 13, 1908; 5min. 30V5sec, T. S. Battersby, at Crompton. 
September 25, 1909 ; 5min. 47%sec, W. Foster, Bacup, at 
Bacup, August 20, 1910 ; 5min. 3625sec, T. S. Battersby. 
Southport, at Seacombe, October 4, 1911 ; 5min. 422/ 5 sec, H 
Taylor. Hyde Seal, at Victoria Baths, Manchester, June 10, 1912. 
6min. 2V5sec, H. Taylor, Hyde Seal, at Macclesfield, September 
17, 1913. 

1,000 Yards (salt water). — 15min. 2sec, J. H. Tyers, Manchester. 
Osborne, Southport, Marine Lake, August 18, 1894 ; 17min. 
26sec, J. H. Tyers, Manchester Osborne, Sunderland,August 10, 
1895 ; 16min. lsec, J. H. Tyers, Manchester Osborne, More- 
cambe, August 1, 1896 ; 15min. 52sec, J. H. Derbyshire. 
Manchester Osborne, Durham, July 21, 1897 ; 15min. 28|sec, 
P. H. Lister, Manchester Osborne, Rochdale, June 25, 1898 ; 
15min. 10 3 5sec, T. Wildgoose, Hyde Seal, Southport, August 
12, 1899 ; 16min. 9s9c (in sea), D. Billington, Bacup, Blackpool 
August 18, 1900 ; 15min. 46 4 / 5 sec, D. Billington, Bacup, 
Blackpool, August 31, 1901 ; 14min. 56sec, D. Billington. 
Bacup, Blackpool, August 23, 1902 ; 14min. 25%sec, D. 
Billington, Baeuo, Liverpool, August 15, 1903 ; 15min. 13 4 /5sec, 
D. Billington, Bacup, Blackpool, August 20, 1904 ; 13min. 
34Hsec, D. Billington, Bacup, Liverpool, July 22, 1905 ; 
17min. 18sec, H. Taylor, Chadderton, Morecambe, August 25, 
1906 ; 15min. 18sec, H. Taylor, Chadderton, Blackpool. 
August 17, 1907 ; 13min. 58%sec, H. Taylor, Chadderton. 
Rudyard Lake, June 27, 1908 ; 15min. 2 4 /5sec, T. S. Battersby. 
Blackpool, July 24, 1909; 1.3min. 22 1 / 5 S3C, T. S. Battersby. 
Wigan, Southport, August 13, 1910 ; 15min. 4 3 .-,sec, H. Taylor. 
Hyde Seal, Ashton-under-Lyne, July 8, 1911 ; 14min. 42 3 5sec. 
H. Taylor, Hyde Seal, at Bun, August 24, 1912 ; 14min. 
56sec, H. Taylor, H>de Seal, at Blackpool, Jul/ 26. 

100 Yards Junior. — 1912, G. Humphreys, Harpurhey, lmin. 
9 3 ssec. ; 1913, J. W. Manifold, Seacombe and Egremont, 
lmin. 5 3 5 sec 

Flying Squadron. — Final tie, 1894-5, Manchester Osborne ; 1896, 
Manchester Osborne beat Newton Heath ; 1897, Manchester 
Osborne beat Newton Heath ; 1898. Manchester Osborne swam 
over in the absence of Newton Heath ; 1899, Manchester 
Osborne beat Stockoort ; 1900, Manchester Osborne beat Hyda 
Seal ; 1901, Tyldesley beat Manchester Osborne ; 1902. Man- 
chester Osborne beat Salford ; 190-3, Tyhlesley beat Hyde Seal ; 



100 THE SPOTTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

1904, IHyde Seal beat Tyldesley ; 1905. Wigan beat HrdeSeal ; 
1906, Hyde Seal beat Wigan ; 1907, Salford beat Wigan ; 
1908, Salford beat Wigan ; 1909, Wigan beat Blackburn t 
1910, Wigan beat Southport ; 1911, Hyde Seal beat Everton. 
1912, Hyde Seal beat Everton ; 1913, Hyde Seal beat Wigan. 

100 Yards Ladies. — '1908, Miss D. Curwen, Liverpool, linim 
21 2 Usec. ; 1909, Miss A. Cranshaw, Bolton, Imin. 25sec. ; 1910. 
Miss D. Curwen, Liverpool, lmin. 17 Usee. ; 1911, Miss D- 
Curwen. Liverpool, lmin. 18sec. ; 1912, Miss D. Curwen. 
Liverpool, lmin. 14%sec. ; 1913, Miss D. Curwen, Liverpool, 
lmin. 16sec. 

Ladies' Squadron. — 1908, Westminster Ladies (Liverpool) beat 
Stalybridge ; 1909, Salford beat Burslem Ladies ; 1910, 
Liverpool Ladies beat Stalybridge ; 1911, Liverpool Ladies 
beat Manchester ; 1912, Liverpool Ladies beat Old Trafford 
Ladies ; 1913, Liverpool Ladies beat Old Trafford Ladies. 

LOO Yards Breast Stroke (Ladies).— 1912, Miss A. Wilkinson, 
lmin. 28sec. ; 1913, Miss L. Morton, Blackpool, lmin. 34}£sec. 



SOUTHERN COUNTIES. 

100 Yards.— 1895. lmin. 8%see, F. C. Dudley, Otter Club : 1896, 
lmin. 8?5sec, A. A. Green, Otter Club ; 1897, lmin. 9 2 /osec, 
A. A. Green, Otter; 1898, lmin. 5%sec, J. H. Hellmgs, 
Ravensbourne, London ; 1899, lmin. 5sec, J. H. Hellings, 
Ravensbourne; 1900, lmin. 5 Usee, J- H. Hellmgs, Ravens- 
bourne ; 1901, lmin. 6%sec, C. Ruberl, Amateur ; 1902, 
lmin. 8Usee, G. Innocent, Zephyr ; 1903. lmin. 7 2/5 see, 
M. Dockrell, Otter; 1901, lmin. 7 Usee, H. W. Faircloth, 
Holloway United ; 1905, lmin. 8Usee, H. W. Faircloth, 
Holloway United ; 1908, lmin. 7%see, A. G. Harvey, Ravens- 
bourne S.C. ; 1907, lmin. 7 Usee, H. W. Faircloth, Holloway 
United ; 1908, lmin. 3Usee, T. B. Tartakover, Otter S.C. : 
1909, lmin. 2Usec, T. B. Tartakover, Otter S.C; 1910, lmin. 
2% sec., T. B. Tartakover Otter, S.C. ; 1911, 61%sec. J. H. 
Derbyshire, Amateur S.C. ; 1912, 60%sec. L. J. Haskins. 
Otter S.C; 1913, 59sec, L. J. Haskins, Otter S.C. 

100 Yards. (Ladies) — 1901, Miss E. Styer, Brighton, limn. 
41sec; 1902, Miss B. L. Harris, Battersea, lmin. 37Usee, 
1903, Miss Grace Loader, lmin. 32 Usee; 1904, Miss A. S. 
Allardvce, lmin. 27^ 5 sec, 1905, Miss A. S. Allardyce, Battersea 
Ladies, lmin. 31 Usee.; 1906, Miss A. S. Allardyce, Battersea 
S.C, lmin. 29%see; 1907, Miss F Footman, Battersea S.C, 
lmin. 31Usec; 1908, Miss E. O. Randall, Guernsey Amateur 
and Clapton Ladies, lmin. 30Usec; 1909, Miss Vera Neave, 
Holloway United S.C, lmin. 27 Usee; 1910, Miss Vera Neave. 
Holloway United S.C, lmin. 23 Usee. ; 1911, Miss Vera Neave, 
Enfield Ladies S.C, lmin. 20 2 Usec. ; 1912, Miss Vera Neave, 
Enfield Ladies S.C, lmin. 20 2 ssec. ; 1913, Miss Dorothy 
Anderson, Mermaids S.C, lmin. 19 Usee. 

100 Yards (Junior).— 1905, H. K. Bretton. Priory S.C, lmin. 
20 3 /5sec; 1906, J. Symons, Worple Way School, lmin. 
19% sec.; 1907, J Symons, Worple Way School, lmin. HUsec 
1908, S. R. Emmett, Tee-to-Tum S.C, lmin. 123,5 860. ; 1909, 
P. Blythe, Holloway United, lmin. 15sec. ; 1910, H. E. 
Annison, Croydon S.C, lmin. 8 2 ssec. ; 1911, H. E. Annison, 
Crovdon S.C, lmin. 5 Usee; 1912, C Garrott, Wandsworth S.C 

W 67 Usee; 1913, Walter F. Jaggs, Sutton Dolphin S.C, 66%sec. 

200 Yards (Junior Ladies).— 1909, Miss M. Footman, lmin. 
39see ; 1910, Miss V. Morgan, Kingston Ladies S.C, lmin. 
34see; 1911, Miss A. McHattie, Broomfield Park S.C, lmin. 
41 2 / 5 sec ; 1912, Miss L. Willis, Holloway United S.C, lmin. 
33Usee; 1913, Miss I. B. Christie, Matantes, lmin. 29 Usee. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 101 

220 Yards.— 1907, 2min. 52sec, H. W. Faircloth, Holloway 
United ; 1008, 2min. 47%see., T. B. Tartakover, Otter S.C. ; 

1909, 2min. 461ssec, A. Hunt, Sheerness S.C. l 1910, H. W. 
Faircloth, Holloway United S.C, 2min. 47sec. ; 1911, J. H. 
Derbyshire, Amateur S.C, 2min. 39 4 5sec. ; 1912, J. H. Derby- 
shire, Amateur S.C, 2mm. 34sec; 1913, L. J. Haskins, Otter S.C. 
2min. 36Vssec. 

Quarter-mile. — 1905, 6min., 23% sec, A. G. Harvey, Ravens- 
bourne ; 1903, Omin. 13sec, A. G. Harvey, Ravensbourne; 

1907, 6min. 13 2 /5sec., H. W. Fairclotli, Holloway United ; 1908, 
6min. 152/ 5 sec, T. B. Tartakover, Otter S.C ; 1909, 6niin. 
6*£sec, A. Hunt, Sheerness S.C; 1910, 6mm. 7sec., F. P. 
Giles, City of London Police ; 1911, 6mm., F. P. Giles, City of 
London Police ; 1912, J. H. Derbyshire, Amateur S.C, 5mm. 

r 43sec; 1913, H. E. Annison, Croydon S.C, 5min. 34sec. 

One Mile. — 1904, 28min. os^secs.. A. A. Green, Seal ; 1905, 30min, 
2 2 /5sec, A. G. Harvey, Ravensbourne ; 1906, 28min. 41%sec. 
A. G. Harvey, Ravensbourne ; 1907, 28min. 55%sec, R. H. 
Hassall, Holloway United S.C ; 1908, 28min. 57sec, T. J. E. 
Lusty, Zephyr S.C ; 1909, 29min. 44 1 / 5 sec, T. J. E. Lusty 
Zephyr S.C. ; 1910, 27min. 46%sec, F. P. Giles, City of London 
Police ; 1911, 27min. 26%see., W. H. Melhuish, Wooldon S.C ; 
1912, 27min. 8sec, W. H. Melhuish, Wooldon S.C; 1913, 26min. 
26V5sec, F. P. Giles, City of London Police S.C. 

Team Championship. — 1906, Otter beat Holloway United (756 
yards), 9min. 24sec. ; 1907, Otter beat Holloway United (792 
yards), 9min. 55 2 /5sec. ; 1908, Otter beat Holloway United 
(720 yards), 8min. 43%see, ; 1909, Otter beat Amateur (660 
yards), 8min. l%sec. ; 1910, Otter beat Holloway United (800 
yards), 9min. 45%sec. ; 1911, Otter beat Holloway United (800 
yards), Omin. SSVksec. 1912. Otter beat Hornsey (720 yards). 
9min. 30 3 ,5sec.; 1913, Otter beat St. Matthews (Croydon) 
(800yds.) 9min. 47 3 /ssec. 

Team (Ladies). — 1909, Clapton Ladies (352 yards), 5min.l7%sec, 

1910, Holloway United (352 yards), 5min. 16 2 / 5 sec. ; 1911, 
Clapton Ladies beat Brighton Ladies (320 yards), 4min. 41 4 /5sec. 
1912, Holloway United beat City of London Ladies (266 yards), 
3min. 39 3 /5sec; 1913, Mermaids beat Clapton Ladies (240yds.) 
3mm. 16-1 5 sec. 

Junior Diving, 1903 and 1904.— J. Lomath, Seal S.C ; 1905, 
F. J. Hill, St. Margaret's S.C. ; 1906, E. C P. Buckler, 
Lewisham S.C ; 1907, Cyril Summers, St. Andrew's Home S.C. 

1908, R. A. Bolton, Raywood Street School, Battersea ; 1909, 
C E. T. Cooper, Marcians ; 1910, H. Sandon, Amateur S.C. ; 

1911, C. E. T. Cooper, Marcams S.C. ; 1912, D. Warner. 
Gloucester Rd. School, Peckham ; 1913, J. Dicken, Shepherd's 
Bush S.C. 

220 Yards (Ladies).— 1910, Miss V. Neave, Holloway United. 
3mm. 22% sec.; 1911, Miss Vera Neave, Holloway United S.C, 
3min. 31sec. ; 1912, Miss Vera Neave, Holloway United S.C, 
3min. 14%sec. ; 1913, Miss Vera Neave, Holloway United S.C. 
3min. 16sec. 

MIDLAND COUNTIES. 

100 Yards. — 1898, J. Scrimshire, Imin. 13sec. ; 1899, F. Stapleton, 
Notts S.C, lmin. Usee. ; 1900, J. Snow, Leicester, lmin. 
l0 2 / 5 sec. ; 1901, J. Snow, Leicester, lmin. 9%sec. ; 1902, 
J. Snow, Leicester, lmin. 6 4 /gseo. ; 1903, J. Snow, Leicester, 
lmin. 6 3 5sec. ; 1904, J. Snow, lmin. 6 2 / 3 sec. ; 1905, J. Snow. 
Leicester, lmin. 5%sec. ; 1906, W. Kell, Leicester, lmin. 7?&sec. 
1907, W. Kell, Leicester, lmin. 4% sec. ; 1908, C C Stimson, 
Bedford, lmin. 3}fcsec. ; 1909, C C Stimson, lmin. i^sec. ; 
1910, W. Kell, lmin. 24; s sec. ; 1911, A. Tylesley. Leicester. 

i lmin. 8%sec; 1912, W. Kell, Leicester, lmin. l%see. ; 1913, 

. W. Kell, Leicester, lmin. 3sec. 



102 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

220 Yards. — 1902, J. A. Jarvis, 2min. 45sec. ; 1903, J. A. Jarri3, 
2niin. 46% sec. ; 1904, S. G. Roberts, Leicester. 2min. 59sec. ; 

1905, W. Kell, 2min. 47sec. ; 1906, W. Kelt, Leicester, 2min. 
43sec. ; 1907, W. Kell, Leicester, 2min. 52 2 5 sec. ; 1908, W. 
Kell, Leicester, 2min. 42% sec. ; 1909, R. McNaliy, Leicester, 
2min. 41%sec. : 1910, W. Kell, Leicester, 2mm. 47 2 /;>see. ; 

1911, A. Tyldesley, Leicester, 2min. 41 2 5sec. : 1912. W. Kell. 
Leicester, 2min. 42%sec; 1913, W. Kell, Leicester, 2min. 
39 2 5sec. 

Quarter-mile. — G. W. Pope, Birmingham, 1880 ; H. B. Warring- 
ton, Birmingham, 1881-4 ; P. J. May, Stoke-on-Trent, 1885-6 ; 
H. Mayger, Burton- on- Trent, 1887-8 ; S. W. Greasley, Leicester; 
1889-91-92 ; and J. A. Jarvis, Leicester, 1893-4-5-6-7-8-9-1900. 
Time, 1899, 5min. 57sec. ; 1900, 5min. 4 5% sec. (in Northwood 
Street Baths, Birmingham). This bathis 62ft. long : 1901, J. A. 
Jarvis, Leicester, 5min. 50sec. ; 1902, J. A. Jarvis, Leicester, 
5min. 46%sec. ; 1903, J. A. Jarvis, Leicester, 6min. 4%sec. ; 
1904, J. A. Jarvis, Leicester, 6min. l%sec. ; 1905, J. A. Jarvis, 
Leicester, 5min. 46% sec. ; 1906, L. Moist, Birmingham, 6min. 
8%sec. ; 1907, W. Kell, Leicester, 6min. 18y 5 sec. ; 1908, W. 
Kell, Leicester, 6min. l%sec. ; 1909, C. C. Stimson, Bedford, 
6min. 38%sec. ; 1910, W. Kell, Leicester, 6min. 30lsec. ; 1911, 
W. Kell, Leicester, 6min. 3%sec. ; 1912, W. Kell, Leicester, 
6min. Usee; 1913, W. Kell, Leicester S.G., 6min. 8%sec. 

Half-mile (Bath).— T. Hallam, Notts, 1885 ; H. Mayger. 
Burton-on-Trent, 1886-7 ; W. Barclay, Stoke-on-Trent, 1888 
H. Mayger, Burton-on-Trent, 1889 ; S. W. Greasley, Leicester. 
1890-1-2 ; J. A. Jarvis, Leicester, 1893-4-5-6-7-8-9-1900- 
1901-2-3-4-5-6. Time, 1899, 12min. 36sec. ; 1900, 12min. 
37£sec. ; 1901, 12min. 42sec. ; 1902, 12min. 44sec. ; 1903, 
12min. 53sec. ; 1904, 12min. 40sec. ; 1905, 12min. 15%sec. ; 

1906, 12min. 52%sec. ; 1907, L. Moist, Birmingham, 12min. 
23sec. ; 1908, W. Kell, Leicester, 12min. 57%sec. ; R. McNaliy, 
Leicester, 13min. 42%sec. ; 1910, W. Kell, Leicester, I2min. 
48sec. ; 1911, W. Kell, Leicester, 13min. Usee. ; 1912, W. Kell, 
Leicester, 13min. 37sec. ; 1913, W, Kell, Leicester, 13min. 
28%sec. 

Team Championship. — Leicester, 1894 ; Bristol, 1895 ; Leicester 
1896-7-8-9-1900-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13. 

117 Yards (Ladies). — 1896-7-8-9, Miss T. Hall, Severn Street, 
Birmingham ; 1900, Miss L. Street, Severn Street ; 1901, Miss 
M. N. Clift, Birmingham Ladies ; 1902, Miss L. Street, Severn 
Street ; 1903, Miss E. M. Street, Severn Street ; 1904, Miss M. 
Clift, Birmingham Ladies S.C., lmin. 45sec. ; 1905, Miss M. 
N. Clift, Birmingham Ladies, 2min. 2% sec. ; 1906, Miss J. 
Fletcher, Leicester Ladies, lmin. 39sec. ; 1907, Miss J. Fletcher. 
Leicester Ladies, lmin. 33sec. After this date the championship 
was reduced to 100 yards. 1908, Miss J. Fletcher, Leicester, 
lmin. 22%sec. ; 1S09, Miss J. Fletcher, Leicester Ladies, 
lmin. 15%sec. ; 1910, Miss J. Fletcher, Leicester Ladies, lmin. 
18sec. ; 1911, Miss J. Fletcher, Leicester Ladies, lmin. 15%sec. 

1912, Miss J. Fletcher, Leicester Ladies, lmin. 17 2 /5sec ; 1913, 
Miss C. M. Jeans, Nottingham Ladies, lmin. 25%sec. 

100 Yards (Junior). — 1905, H. Thomsett, jun., Leicester, lmin. 
11 sec. ; 1906, D. McDonald, Leicester, lmin. 17 2 /5sec. ; 1907, 
D. McDonald, Leicester, lmin. Usee. ; 1908, C. Brown, 
Lowestoft, lmin. 19sec. ; 1909, N. Bill, Aston, lmin. 13% sec. ; 
1910, J. W. Littlewood, Gainsborough, lmin. 12%sec. ; 1911, 
N. Bill, Aston, lmin. 9 1/5 sec. ; 1912, R. Sharp, Derby Boy 
Scouts, lmin. 25sec; 1913, J. Hadley, Birmingham Leander, 
lmin. 17^3 sec. 

200 Yards Breast.— 1911, J. E. Riley, Small Heath H.. 3min; 
10%sec. ; 1912, L. Moist, Westminster Handsworth, 3min. 
3%sec; 1913, L. Moist, Westminster Handsworth, 3min. 
3%sec. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 103 

220 Yards (Ladies).— 1912, Miss J. Fletcher, Leicester Ladies 
S.C, 3min. 20" a sec. ; 1913, Miss 0. Carson, Leicester, 3min. 
39%see. 

Schools Team (breast stroke). — 1903-4, Aid. Newton's, Leicester 
1905, Wisemore School, Walsall ; 1906, not decided : 1907-8' 
Trinity School, Derby; 1909, St. Ami's Well* Nottingham, 
1910, Snewton Trust, Nottingham ; 1911, Bath Street School 
Nottingham ; 1912, Snewton Church, Nottingham ; 1913. 
Bath Street Council School, Nottingham. 

Life Saving. — 1908-9, Leicester Shaftesbury ; 1910, Derby 
Midland ; 1911, Coventry S. and L.S.S. ; 1912-13, Aston S.C. 



WESTERN COUNTIES. 

100 Yards.— 1901, F. J. Bush, Bristol Dolphin ; 1902, R. V. 
Webb, Cheltenham, lmin. 11^ sec; 1903, F. Fry, Cheltenham; 
lmin. • 9}&sec. ; 1901, T. Davey, Weston-super-Mare, lmiil. 
9^sec. ; 1905, W. HalUwell, Cheltenham, lmin. 9sec, ; 1906, 
J. Wade, Swindon, lmin. 7%sec. ; 1907, P. Radmilovic, 
Weston, lmin. 4 2 /5sec. ; 1908, P. Radmilovic, Weston, lmin. 
2 1 /5sec. ; 1909, P. Radmilovic, Weston, lmin. 3% sec. ; 1910. 
P. Radmilovic, Weston, lmin. lsec. ; 1911, P. Radmilovic, 
Weston, lmin. 9%sec ; 1912, F. P. Giles, London, lmin. 8sec 
1913, P. Radmilovic, Weston-super-Mare, lmin. 3sec. 

410 Yards.— 1902, W. Rowe, Teignmouth, \ 1903. Sc W. Crisp, 
Bath Dolphin, 6min. 29sec. ; 1904, F. Holman, Dawlish S.C. ; 
1905, S. W. Crisp, Bath United, 7min. 6% sec. ; 1906, F. Giles. 
Plymouth Amateur, 6min. 29% sec. ; 1907, P. Radmilovic, 
5min. 46%sec ; 1908, J. W. Wade, Lechlade, 6min. 49sec. . 
1909, F. P. Giles, Plymouth, 7min. 3sec. ; 1910, F. P. Giles; 
Plymouth, 7min. 30sec. ; 1911, P. Radmilovic, Weston, 5min. 
41 2 /5sec. ; 1912, F. P. Giles, London, 6min. 12%sec. ; "1913, 
F. P. Giles, London, 5min. 58%sec 

50 Yards (Ladies). — 1904, Miss F. Davey, Weston-super-Mare 
Ladies' S.C, 47sec. ; 1905, Miss F. Davey, Weston-super-Mare, 
46sec. ; 1908, Miss D. Gillham, Weston-super-Mare, 44sec. • 
1907, Miss D. Braine, Gloucester, 39sec. ; 1908, Miss D. Braine, 
Gloucester, 39sec. ; 1909, Miss D. Gillham, Weston-super- 
Mare, 394/osec. ; 1910, Miss M. Thould, Weston-super-Mare, 

• 38sec. ; 1911, Miss D. Braine, Gloucester, no time taken ; 
1912, Miss M. Thould, Weston-super-Mare, 36%sec. ; 1913. 
Miss M. Thould, Weston-super-Mare, 37% sec. 

Team Championship. — 1901. Weston-super-Mare ; 1902, Teign- 
mouth ; 1903-4, Cheltenham ; 1905, Bath United ; 1906 
Swindon: 1907, Weston-super-Mare ; 1908, Bath ; 1909-10-11 
12-13, Weston-super-Mare. 

Graceful Diving.— 1906, D. T. Sinnett, Swindon ; 1907, D. T 

' Sinnett, Swindon ; 1908, H. G. Hillier, Salisbury ; 1909, D. T. 
Sinnett, Swindon ; 1910, H. Hillier, Salisbury ; 1911, B. 
Serridge ; 1912, B. Tomkins, Swindon ; 1913, P. B. Serridge. 
Plymouth. 

50 Yards (Boys).— 1908, R. Palmer. Weston, 33sec. ; 1909, R. 
Bryan, 34%sec. ; 1910, R. Bryant, Bristol, 33sec. 1911, 
S. J. Collins, Weston, 30%sec ; 1912, F. G. Crisp, Bath Dolphin, 
33%sec. ; 1913, F. Tilton, Gloucester City, 34%sec. 

Schools Team. — 1903, Board School, Weston-super-Mare : 
1904-5-6, Central Council School, Weston-super-Mare ; 1907. 
British Schools, Weston-super-Mare ; 1908, Central Council 
School, Weston-super-Mare ; 1909, Brook Street. School. 
Teignmouth; 1910, Redcliffe School. Bristol: 1911-12, West 
Lawn, Teignmouth ; 1913, Barton Hill School, Bristol. 



104 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

NORTH-EASTERN COUNTIES, 

YORKSHIRE. 

100 Yards.— P. Wright, Hull, lniin. 2 Usee. 

100 Yards (Ladies). — Miss M. A. Marshall, Bradford. Iraia, 

21+5 sec. 
riungmg .— E. O. Eastwood, Hull, 69ft. 3in. 

NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM. 

100 Yards.— J. G. Hatfield, Middlesbrough A.S.C., 60sec. 

440 Yards. — J. G. Hatfield, Middlesbrough A.S.C., 5min. 9s3C 

Giaceful Diving. — T. F. Shinkfield, Darlington. 



RECORDS :— ENGLISH AMATEUR. 
MEN. 
100 Yards. — 55%sec., C. M. Daniel?, Yictoria Bath, Manchester. 

September 7, 1907. 
150 Yards. — lmin. 32%sec, C. M. Daniels, High-street Baths, 

Manchester, July 8, 1908. 
150 Yards (back). — lmin. 55 Usee, E. A. Unwin, Sheffield, Oct. 

22, 1910. 
200 Yards (breast). — 2min. 41 2 osec, W. W. Robinson, Seacombe, 

Liverpool, November 11, 1908. 
220 Yards.— 2min. 28 3 5sec, F. C. V. Lane, Weston-super-Mare, 

August 18, 1902. 
*300 Yards. — 3min. 28 2 5sec., J. G. Hatfield, Middlesbrough, 

October 14, 1913. 
*440 Yards. — 5min. 2425sec, J. G. Hatfield, Fulham, London, 

October 2, 1913. 
*500 Yards. — 8min. 2%sec., J. G. Hatfield, Middlesbrough. 

September 30, 1913. 
Half-mile. — llmin. 252: 5 sec, H. Taylor, Runcorn, July 21, 1905. 
1,000 Yards. — 13inin. 31%sec., D. Billiugton, Liverpool, July 

22, 1905. 
aMile— 24min. l%sec, T. S. Battersby, Southport, Aug. 17, 1909, 
JPlunging.— 82ft. 7in., W. Taylor, Bootle, September 5, 1909. 

LADLES. 
*100 Yards. — lmin. Usee, Miss D. Cunven, Seacombe Baths, 

Liverpool, September 10, 1913. 
*150 Yards. — 2min. S^sec., Miss D. Cunven, Westminster-road 

Baths, Liverpool, August 27, 1913. 
*150 Yards (back). — 2min. 19?5sec, Miss Lucy Morton, Blackpool, 

October 22, 1913. 
*200 Yards (breast). — 3min. 14sec, Miss Lucy Morton, West- 
minster-road Baths, Liverpool, September 25, 1913. 
300 Yards. — 4min. 25% sec, Miss D. Cunven, Seacombe Baths, 

Liverpool, October 30, 1912. 
*500 Yards. — 7min. 53%sec„ Miss Yera Neave, Soutnwark Baths, 

London, October 4, 1913. 
*1,000 Yards. — 16min. 25%sec, Miss Yera Neave, Jersey, August 

25, 1913. 
*880 Yards. — llmin. 31 4 5sec, Miss Yera Neave, Jersey, August 

25, 1913. 
*Mile. — 29min. 54Vosec, Miss Yera Neave, Jersey, Aug. 11, 1913. 
•Plunging. — 60ft., Miss Minnie Harrison, Liverpool, Ladies, 

Seacombe, November 5, 1913. 
* Subject to confirmation by the A.S.A. Council. 
cln winning the Mile Championship in 1911. Taylor's time was 
23min. 35£sec, but as the course was discovered to be over 
five yards short the record was not allowed. 



THE SPORTING CHEON1CLE ANNUAL. 105 

t Made under championship conditions (60sec. limit). Record 
without time Jimit, 82ft., in 73-3sec, by W. Taylor, at Bootle, 
September 6, 1899. 

There is no recognised record for the Long-distance Championship 
(5 miles 60 yards) owing to the race being decided in tidal 
water. The best time ever accomplished is lhr, 3min. 12 2 /5sec. 
by T. S. Battersby, in 1910. 



SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

100 Yards. — C. G. Wen yon, Dundee Belmont, lmin. 4sec. 

220 Yards. — Joseph Greenlees, Thistle, 2min. 48%sec 

440 Yards. — R. M. Buchanan, Western Amateurs, 6min. 2%sec. 

Half-mile.— R. R, McGibbon, Thistle, 14min. 40sec. 

100 Yards (Ladies). — Miss Bella Moore, Premier Club, Glasgow, 

lmin. 18 to sec. 
2C0 Yards (Ladies). — Miss Bella Moore, Premier Club, Glasgow. 

2min. 56% sec. 
Graceful Diving. — J. M. Lemmon, Warrender Baths. 
Graceful Swimming. — Charles Nisbet, Northern Club, Glasgow. 
Team. — Warrender S.C., Edinburgh, 2min. 30 4 5sec (265 yards). 
Water Polo. — Paisley Amateurs beat Leith (8 — 1). 
200 Yards (breast). — A. Gilchrist, Dennistoun, 3min. 4%sec. 
100 Yards (back). — A. Gilchrist, Dennistoun, lmin. 19%sec. 

SCOTTISH RECORDS. 

BY SCOTTISH SWIMMERS. 

50 Yards. — 25 2 /5sec, W. H. Haynes, September 1, 1909, at 

Glasgow. 
50 Yards (Ladies). — 34% sec. Miss D. Mackay, September 15, 

1910, at Glasgow. 
300 Yards.— 80 M>sec, W. H. Haynes, October 4, 1909, at Glasgow. 
150 Yards.— lmin. 40M>sec., W. H. Haynes, December 11, 1908. 

at Edinburgh. 
200 Yards. — C. G. Wenyon, 2min. 23sec. 
220 Yards.— 2min. 39sec, W. H. Haynes, February 20, 1909, at 

Hamilton. 
300 Yards. — 3min. 52%sec, J. Greenlees, June 9, 1910, at Glasgow 
440 Yards.— 5min. 57yssec.,. W. H. Haynes, September 9, 1908. 

at Glasgow. 
500 Yards. — omin. 43sec, W. H. Haynes, June 14, 1909, at 

Glasgow. 
880 Y'ards. — 12min. 53sec, A. M'Millan, September 20, 1905. 

at Go van. 
100 Y T ards (back). — lmin. 13sec, C. Martin, Glasgow, September 

28. 1897, at Paisley. 
100 Y^ards (breast). — 4min. I5%sec., W. S. Baillie, Glasgow 

Amateurs, September 10, 1912. 
150 Y^ards (back). — 2min. syssec, C. Martin, November 6, 1908. 

at Glasgow. 
250 Yards (team). — 2min. 19 4 sec, Warrender Baths Club. 
50 Yards (Ladies). — 34%sec, Miss D. Mackay, February 19, 1909, 

at Hamilton. 
100 Yards (Ladies). — lmin. 15sec, Miss Bella Moore. 
200 Y r ards (Ladies). — 2min. 55>5sec, Miss B. Moore, October 30. 

1912. 

BY VISITING SWIMMERS. 

50 Y'ards. — 25sec, C. Healy, Australia, November 6, 1906, at 

Glasgow. 
50 Yards (Ladies). — 3375 sec. Miss Jennie Fletcher, Leicester, 

October 30. 1912, at Glasgow. 



206 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

100 Yards— 58% see., C. M. Daniels, America, August 12, 1907. 

at Glasgow. 
200 Yards.— 2min. W&sec., F. E. Beaurepaire, Australia. 

September 10, 1908, at Glasgow. 
220 Yards.— 2min. 34 2 /5sec, F. E. Beaurepaire, Australia. 

September 1, 1908, at Glasgow. 
300 Yards.— 3min. 32%sec., E. E. Beaurepaire, Australia, Sept. 

6, 1910, at Glasgow. 
440 Yards.— 5miu. 30 1 h see., T. S. Battersby, Southport, at 

Glasgow. 
500 Yards.— 8min. 9sec., B. B. Kieran, Australia, September 1, 

1905, at Glasgow. 
880 Yards. — llmin. 35sec., D. Billington, Bacup, September 12, 

1904, at Glasgow. 
1,000 Yards.— 13min. 19 Usee, J. G. Hatfield, Middlesbrough, 

September 19, 1912, at Glasgow. 



WELSH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

100 Yards.— P. Eadmilovie, Cardiff and Weston-super-Mare, 

Imin. l^sec. 
Half-mile.— P. Eadmilovie, Weston-super-Mare, 14mm. 39see. 
100 Yards (Ladies).- — Miss Irene Steer, Cardiff Ladies S.C., lmin. 

10%'aec. 
50 Yards (boys).— H. V. Morgan, 39%sec. 
50 Yards (girls).- — Miss Mar Jones, Cardiff, 43 4 5sec. 
Team (schools). — Holy Cross, Newport. 



IRISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

220 Yards.— .J. S. Brady, Clontarf, Dublin, 2min. 47sec. 
440 Yards.— T. H. Corrigan, Clontarf, Dublin, 6min. 25!£sec. 
Half-mile.— E. J. Peebles, East End, Belfast, 14min. 23 2 osec. 
Life Saving.— Y.M.C. A., Belfast, 
Water Polo. — Ulster beat Leinster (7 — 1). 



FRENCH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

M. 9. 

100 Metres (Novices).— Yeit 1 22 

100 Metres (Amateurs). — Dessons 1 30 

100 Metres (Ladies).— Mile. Cornet 1 41 

100 Metres (Professional).— Pouilley 1 ll 2 -ft 

NEW SOUTH WALES CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

Decided at Domain Baths, January 11, 13, 15, 18. 
100 Yards. — W T . Longworth, Eose Bay, 57%sec. 
220 Yards. — W. Longworth, Eose Bay, 2min. 31^5sec. 
440 Y r ards.— W. Longworth, Eose Bay, 5min. 40sec. 
Half-mile.— W. Longworth, Eose Bay, llmin. 58%sec. 
Mile. — W. Longworth, Eose Bay, 25min. 6yssec. 
220 Yards (breast).— E. Wickham, Rose Bay, Smin. 19M>sec. 
Diving. — D. Peel, Eose Bay. 
Team (500 yards). — Eose Bay, 5min. 5sec. 

AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

Decided at Melbourne and Hobart, February 8, 12, 15, 22, 2G, 
100 Yards. — E. Wickham, New South Wales, 59sec. 
220 Yards.— W. Longworth, New South Wales, 2min. 35 4 £see. 
440 Yards. — W. Longworth, New South Wales, 5mm. 39sec. 
Half-mile. — W. Longworth, New South Wales, 12min. 2sec. 
Three-quarter-mile.— W. Longworth, New South Wales, 18min, 

37seo. 
Mile.— W. Longworth, New South Wale*, 2-imin. 25 2 / &sec. 
100 Yards (breast). — W. Finney, Victoria, lmin. 18sec. 
220 Yards (breast). — W. Finney, Victoria, 2mim 13sec. 



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RECORDS :— NEW SOUTH WALES. 

50 Yards.— 23 $s sec. A. Wickham. at Rose Bay, Feb. 19. 1910. 
100 Yards. — 56 3 ssec., A. W. Barrv, Manly, February 1, 1913. 
150 Yards.— lmin. 31sec„ C. Healy. Rushcutters Bay, Dec. 5,1910. 
200 Yards.— 2mm. 11 Vssec, C. Healy, Lavender Bay, Jan.20,1903. 
220 Yards. — 2min. 28 3 5sec, B. B. Kieran, Rushcutters Bay, 

March 11, 1905. 
300 Yards— 3min. 31%sec.. B. B. Kieran, Domain Baths. 

February 23, 1905, H. 
440 Yards. — 5min. 19sec, B. B. Kieran, Lavender Bay, January 

4, 1905. 
500 Yards. — 8min. 10? 5 gee, B. B. Kieran, Bronte, February 18, 

1905, 0. 
830 Yards. — llmin. ll^sec, B. B. Kieran, Rushcutters Bay, 

March 18, 1905, H. 
3,000 Yards. — -12min. 52V5sec, B. B. Kieran, Rose Bay, February 

11, 1905, H. 
1,320 Yards. — 17min. 42sec, W. Long-worth, Domain Baths, 

January 14, 1911. 
1,760 Yards. — 23min. 16 4 5 sec, B. B. Kieran, Drumoyne, March 4, 

1905. C. 
500 Yards Team.- — lmin. 58%sec., Sydney Club, Domain, Feb. 11, 

1912. 
100 Yards (breast). — lmin. 13 2 5sec, A. F. Wickham, Rose Bay, 

February 11, 1911. 
220 Yards (breast). — 3min. 17%sec„ H. Snell, Domain Baths, 

January 12, 1911. 
100 Metres. — lmin. 5sec, W. Long-worth, Domain, Feb. 25, 1911. 

cm sees, is credited to W. Barry, Sydney S.C. at Sydnev, 

N.S.W., Nov. 9, 1912. 
400 Metres. — 5min. 26%sec, W. Longworth, Domain, January 10, 

1912. 
Plunging. — 89ft., W. F. MacDonald, at Aquarium Baths. 
H. — Matie in Handicaps. C — Made in Championships. 



RESULTS OF AMATEUR CONTESTS. 

Championship of the Mersey. — 1884, W. H. Britten, Salford ; 

1385, F. W. Huntington, Liverpool ; 1888, J. Nuttall; 

Stalybridge ; 1887, T. Wilson, Liverpool ; 1888, F. W. Hunt- 
ington, Liverpool ; 1889 and 1890, A. Smith, Tyldesley ; 1891, 

S. W. Greasley, Leicester ; 1892, A. Smith, Tyldesley ; 1893 

and 1894, no race ; 1895 and 1896, J. H. Tyers, Manchester ; 

1897, J. O. Matchett, Liverpool ; 1898, N. Potter, Tvldeslev ; 

1899 and 1900, G. E. Sharp, Leicester; 1901, J. A. Jarvis. 

Leicester ; 1902, 1903, and 1904, W. A. Curwen, Liverpool ; 

1905, B. B. Kieran, Australia ; 1906, W. Burrows, St. Helens ; 

1907-8-9-10-11, T. S. Battersby, Southport S.C. : 1912. R.E. 

Spiers, Everton S.C. ; 1913, H. Taylor. Hyde Seal S.C. 
Championship of London (150 Yards). — 1891, W. Henry, 

Zephyr S.C, lmin. 59sec. ; 1892, J. Regan, Neptune, lmin. 
i 59sec. ; 1893, E. C. Smith, Leander, lmin. 57sec. ; 1894 A. A. 

Green, Otter, lmin. 52sec, 1895, A. A. Green, Otter, lmin. 

50sec. ; 1898, A. A. Green, Otter, lmin. 47sec. ; 1897 and 1893, 

no races ; 1899, J. H. Hellings, Ravensbourne, lmin. 46 2 /5see. ; 

1900, J. H. HeJings, Ravensbourne, lmin. 45sec. ; 1901. C. 

Ruberl, Amateur, lmin. 45y5Sec. ; 1902, M. Dockrell, Otter. 

lmin. 51sec. ; 1903, A. G. Harvey. Ravensbourne. lmin. 

47 2 ,5sec ; 1904, A. G. Harvey, Ravensbourne, lmin. 51? 5 sec. : 

1905. H. W. Faircloth, Holloway, United lmin. 49%see. ; 

1906, A. G. Harvey, Ravensbourne, lmin. 46V5sec. ; 1907. 
H. W. Faircloth. Holloway United S.C, lmin. 46 Usee. ; 1903, 
G. Innocent, City of London Police, lmin. '5*.->sec. ; 1909. 
A. Hunt, Sheerness, lmin. 42'lasec. ; 1910. H. W. Faircloth, 



108 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL'. 

Holloway United, Imiii. 46sec. ; 1911, L. J. Haskins, Otter 
, S.C, Imin. 43sec. i 1912, J. H. Derbyshire, Amateur S.C, 
lmin. 38Vssec. ; 1913, H. E. Annison, Croydon S.C., lmin. 
37y 5 sec. 
1,000 Yards Scratch Race in Salt Water, for Ulph Cup, at 
Yarmouth.— 1887-8, J. Nut tall, Stalybridge ; 1889. A. M. 
Langdon, Winchester College ; 1890, A. Smith, Tyldesle3 r , 
1891, H. Davy, Neptune Club, London ; 1892, E. Boning, 
Percy S.C., Bath ; 1893, S. T. Pugh, South-East London S.C. ; 
1895, J. H. Tyers, Manchester Osborne ; 1896, S. T. Pugh, 
Surbiton Club ; 1897, J. H. Tyers, Farnworth ; 1898, S. T. 
Pugh, Surbiton Club ; 1899-1900, J. A. Jarvis, Leicester ; 
1901, no race ; 1902, J. Shorthouse, Salford ; 1903-4, D. 
Billington, Bacup ; 1905, IT. W. Faircloth, Holloway United ; 

1906, H. Mellor Smith, Old Blues ; 1907, H. Thomsett, jun., 
Leicester; 1908-9, T. S. Battersby, Southport; 1910, E. P. 
Giles, City of London Police ; 1911-12-13, no contest. 

London League Team Swimming Championship.— 1894, Leander ; 
1895, City of Westminster ; 1896, Leander ; 1897-8-9, Zephyr ; 

1900, Amateur ; 1901-2, Zephyr ; 1903, Amateur ; 1904-5-6, 
Holloway United ; 1907, Richmond ; 1908-9-10, Holloway 
United ; 1911-12-13, Amateur S.C. 

Quarter- mile (United Kingdom Police Championship). — 1888, 
P.-C. Eoser, Metropolitan Police ; 1889 to 1897, P.-C. Drake, 
City of London Police ; 1898-99-1900, P.-C. Robinson, 
Manchester City Police ; 1901-2. P.-C. Billson, City of 
London Police ; 1903, P.-C. Innocent, City of London Police ; 
1904 and 1905, P.-C. Robinson, Manchester City Police, 
1908, P.-C. Mayne, Manchester City Police : 1907-8, P.-C. 
Innocent, City of London Police ; 1909-10-11-12-13, P.-C. Giles, 
City of London Police. 

Ravensbourne Ladies Challenge Cup (100 yards).— lmin. 36%sec., 
Miss Beryl Cudlipp, Portsmouth, at Westminster, September 
24, 1898 ; lmin. 35%sec., Miss Bend Cudlipp, Portsmouth, at 
Westminster, September 30, 1899 (won Cup outright) ; lmin. 
32^5sec, Miss II. C. Thorpe, Leeds, at Westminster, September 
29, 1900. — Now Ladies' 100 Yards A.S.A. Championship. 

Royal Life-Saving Society's National Competition. — Einal con- 
tests.— 1892, Notts ; 1893, Ravensbourne ; " B " 1894, Bir- 
mingham ; 1895-8-7, London and India Docks ; 1898, 
Coventry ; 1899, Edge Lane (Liverpool) ; 1900, Aberdeen 
Thistle ; 1901, Glasgow South Side ; 1902, Edinburgh Police : 
1903, Leith Police ; 1904, Edinburgh Police ; 1905, Hastings ; 
1908, Edinburgh City Police; 1907, Sheffield Otter; 1908, 
Leith Police ; 1909, Sheffield Otter ; 1910. Carnegie A.S.C., 
Scotland ; 1911, Everton S.C. Liverpool ; 1912, Amateur S.C, 
London ; 1913, Sheffield Otter S.C. 

Royal Life-Saving Society (Ladies).' — Swimming and Life-Saving 
Championshio.— 1903, Leeds Ladies S.C. ; 1904, Weston-super- 
Mare L.S.C ; 1905, Glasgow L.S.C ; 1908, Glasgow L.S.C ; 

1907, Weston-super-Mare L.S.C. ; 1908, Sheffield Ladies 
Excelsior S.C ; 1909, Liverpool Ladies S.C : 1910, Weston- 
super-Mare ; 1911, Premier Ladies S.C, Glasgow ; 1912, 
Nottingham Ladies S.C. ; 1913, Weston-super-Mare Ladies S.C. 

National Graceful Diving Competition. — 1895-6, H. S. Martin, 
St. James's ; 1897, V. Sonneman, Brussels ; 1898-9, H. S. 
Martin, St. James's ; 1900, E. G. Coldwell, Sandycove, Dublin ; 

1901, R. T. Serrano, Trident S.C; 1902, G. B. Phillips, Plymouth 
A.S.A. ; 1903, E. Tellander, Sweden ; 1904-5-6, G. M. Clarke. 
A.D.A. Cup won outright. New Cup presented by W. F. 
Darnall, 1907, G. F. Cane, Highgate Lifebuoys ; 1908. H. J. M. 
Aldous, A.M.A., and H. Johannson, A.S.C, tied ; 1909, H. 
Johannson ; 1910, No contest ; 1911, H. Johannson, Amateur 
S.C; 1912, G. Yvon ; 1913. H. Johannson, Amateur S.C. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 109 

UNDER WATER RECORD. 

The record for staying under water is claimed by M. Pouliquen 
cf Paris, who at the fete of the Union Francaise de Natation on 
November 3, 1912, at Paris, remained under water 6min. 29*sseC. 
This record is vouched for by M. M. Brun. Secretary of the Union 
Francaise de Natation. 

WORLD'S RECORDS. 

MEN. 

The following are the records submitted to the International 
Federation. 
100 Yards. — 55%sec., C. M. Daniels, United States, September 

7, 1907, at Manchester. 

100 Metres. — 61?5sec, Duke P. Kahanamoku, United States, 

July 20, 1912, at Stockholm. 
150 Yards. — lmin. 32%sec, C. M. Daniels, United States, July 

8, 1908, at Manchester. 

200 Metres— 2min. 2 5% sec, C. M. Daniels, United States, 

March 26, 1909, at Pittsburg, Pa. 
220 Yards.— 2min. 25 2 / 5 sec, C. M. Daniels, United States, March 

26, 1909, at Pittsburg, Pa. 
300 Yards. — 3min. 30sec, F. E. Beaurepaire, Australia, August 

9, 1910, at Exeter. 

300 Metres. — 3min. 50^sec, F. E. Beaurepaire, Australia," 

August 9, 1910, at Exeter. 
400 Metres.— 5min. 21%sec, J. G. Hatfield, Great Britain. 

September 26, 1912, at London. 
440 Yards. — 5min. 23sec, F. E. Beaurepaire, Australia, June, 

8, 1910, at Budapest. 
500 Yards.- — 6min. 7 1 /ssec., B. B. Kieran, Australia, August 25, 

1905, at Leeds. 

500 Metres.— 6mm. 56% sec, J. G. Hatfield, Great Britain, Aug. 

6, 1912, at Weston-Super-Mare, 
880 Yards.— llmin. 25 2 / 5 sec, H. Taylor, Great Britain, July 21,' 

1906, at Runcorn. 

1,000 Yards. — 13min. 34%sec, D. Billington, Great Britain, 

July 22, 3 905, at Liverpool. 
1,000 Metres. — 14min. 37sec, G. R. Hodgson, Canada, July 10, 

1912, at Stockholm. 
1,500 Metres.— 22min., G. P. Hodgson, Canada, July 10, 1912. 

at Stockholm. 
1 Mile— 23min. 34lsec. G. P. Hodgson, Canada, July 10, 1912. 

at Stockholm. 
100 Metres Breast. — lmin. 19 3 /5sec, W. Bathe, Germany, 

October 1, 1910, at Magdeburg. 
200 Yards Breast. — 2rnin. 39 % sec, E. Toldi, Hungary, August 20, 

1911, at Budapest. 

200 Metres Breast. — 3min. 0%sec, F. Courbet, Belgium, October 

2, 1910, at Schaerbeck. 
400 Metres Breast. — 6mm. 14 2 /5sec, P. Courtman, Great Britain, 

December 11, 1912, at Manchester. 
500 Metres Breast. — 7min. 51sec, P. Courtman, Great Britain, 

December 11, 1912, at Manchester. 
100 Metres Back.— lmin. 15% sec, Otto Fahr, Germany, April 29, 

1912, at Magdeburg. 

150 Yards Back. — lmin. 53 4 /ssec, M. W T eckesser, Belgium, 

November 28, 1910, at Schaerbeck. 
200 Metres Back.— 2min. 48 2 /5sec, Otto Fahr, Germany, April 30. 

1912. at Magdeburg. 
400 Metres Back.— 6min. 17%sec, G. H. Webster, Great Britain. 

October 21, 1913. at Hyde. 



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LADIES. 

100 Yards. — lmin. 6sec, Miss F. Durack, Australia, March 13» 
1912, at Sydney. 

100 Metres. — lmin. 18%sec„ Miss F. Durack, Australia, July 21, 

1912, at Hamburg. 

150 Yards. — 2min. 3%sec., Miss D. Curwen August 27, 1913, afc 
Westminster-road Baths, Liverpool. 

150 Yards Back. — 2min. 19%sec, Miss Lucy Morton, October 22, 

1913, at Blackpool. 

200 Yards Breast. — 3min. 14sec, Miss Lucy Morton, September 

25, 1913, at Westminster Boad Baths, Liverpool. 
330 Yards. — 4min. 25%sec, Miss Daisy Curwen, Great Britain, 

October 30, 1912, at Seacombe, Liverpool. 
300 Metres. — 4min. 43^860., Miss F. Durack, Australia, July 15, 

1912, at Stockholm. 
500 Yards. — 7min. 52sec, Miss Vera Neave, October 4, 1913. at 

Southwark Baths, London. 
880 Yards.— 14mm. 31%sec., Miss Vera Neave, August 25, 1913, 

at Jersey. 
1,000 Yards. — 16min. 25 *£sec, Miss Vera Neave, August 15, 1913, 

at Jersey. 
Mile. — 29min. 54 H sec., Miss Vera Neave, August 11, 1913, at 

Jersey. 
Plunging. — 55ft. llin., Miss Vera Neave, October 4, 1913, at 

Southwark Baths, London. 



ROYAL LIFE SAVING SOCIETY 

National Life Saving Competition.— Sheffield Otter S.C., 1 ; 
Weston-super-Mare S.C. "A" Team, 2 ; Tyldesley S.C., 3 ; St. 
Matthew's S.C, Croydon, 4. 

Darnell Challenge Cup.— St. Matthew's S.C, Croydon, 1; 
Queen's Park S.C, Durban, South Africa, 2 ; Sheffield Otter S.C, 3 

Ladies' Challenge Cup. — Weston-super-Mare Ladies' S.C. 1 ; 
Leicester Ladies' S.C, 2 ; Nottingham Ladies' S.C, 3. 

Southern Counties Lite-Saving Competition. — Weston-super- 
Mare "A" Team, 1 ; St. Matthew's S.C, Coy don, 2. 



WATER POLO. 



RESULTS OF MATCHES. 

Scotland beat Ireland, at Dublin (4 — 3). 
Wales beat Ireland, at Newport (7 — 1). 
England beat Wales, at Brighton (8—1), 



INTERNATIONAL RECORD, 1913. 

— Goals—* 

Played Won Drawn Lost For Agst. 

England 1 .. 1 .. .. .. 8 .. 1 

Scotland 1 .. 1 .. .. .. 4 .. 3 

Wales 2 .. 1 .. .. 1 .. 8 ..9 

Irelanl 2 .. .. .. 2 .. 4 ..11 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. Ill 

INTERNATIONAL RECORDS TO DATE. 

England 40 . . 36 . . 1 . . 3 . .250 . . 36 

Scotland 35 . . 16 . . 2 . . 17 . . 90 . . 113 

Wales 35 ..13 .. 4 ..18 ..102 ..149 

Ireland 36 . . 4 . . 1 . . 31 . . 59 . . 203 



INTERNATIONAL MATCHES. 



England Sctlnd 

1890 Kensington ... 

1891 Glasgow 



1892 Liverpool 

1893 Glasgow 3 

1894 Nottingham. . . 4 

1895 Edinburgh ... 3 

1896 Westminster . . 4 

1897 Edinburgh . . . 1 

1898 Liverpool 8 

1899 Aberdeen .... 5 

1900 Leicester 5 

1901 Glasgow 8 



ENGLAND v. SCOTLAND. 

England Sctlnd 

4 f 1902 Not played. 

2 1903 Not played. 

1904 Not played. 

1905 Not played. 

1 1906 Glasgow 5 1 

1907 Not played. 

2 1908 Bradford 9 

2 1909 Not played. 

3 1910 Hamilton 3 1 

1 1911 Not played. 

1912 Weston 4 .... 

1913 Not played. 



ENGLAND v. IRELAND. 



England Ireland 



1895 Westminster . . 12 

1898 Dublin 7 

1899 Westminster . .12 

1900 Belfast 5 

1901 Radcliffe . 7 

1902 Blackrock 6 

1903 Swindon 6 

1904 Belfast 10 

1905 Not played. 



England Ireland 



1906 Leicester . 

1907 Not played. 

1908 Cork 10 

1909 Not played 

1910 Weston-s-Mare. 7 

1911 Not played. 

1912 Belfast ... 8 

1913 Not played. 



ENGLAND v. WALES. 



England 

1898 Newport 4 

1899 Warrington ... 8 

1900 Penarth 7 

1901 Leicester 7 

1902 Newport 7 

1903 Weston-s-Mare. 10 

1904 Penarth 5 

1905 Bradford 3 






England 

1906 Not played. 

1907 Swansea 7 

1908 Not played. 

1909 Ilfracombe . . .16 

1910 Not played. 

1911 Penarth 9 

1912 Not played. 

1913 Brighton 8 



Wales 

1 



.... 2 
1 



SCOTLAND v. IRELAND. 



Scotland Ireland 



1898 Glasgow 9 

1899 Belfast 4 

1900 Alloa 6 

1901 Blackrock 4 

1902 Aberdeen 4 

1903 Not played. 

1904 Not played. 

1905 Belfast 3 



Scotland Ireland 

1906 Not played. 

1907 Dumfermline . . 3 

1908 Not played. 

1909 Carrickfergus. . 1 5 

1910 Not played. 

1911 Paisley 9 2 

1912 Not played. 

1913 Dublin 4 .... 3 



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1897 Newport. . 3 

1898 Aberdeen 

1899 Penarth 4 

1900 Edinburgh 1 

1901 Swansea 7 

1902 Not played. 

1903 Not played. 
1901 Not played. 



SCOTLAND v. WALES. 

Scotland Wales 



Scotland Wales 

1905 Not played. 

1906 Penarth 1 

1907 Not played. 

1908 Leith 3 2 

1909 Not played. 

1910 Newport 2 2 

1911 Not played. 

1912 Paisley 5 1 

1913 Not played. 



WALES v. IRELAND. 



Wales Ireland 



1896 Westminster . . 3 

1897 Swansea 3 

1898 Belfast 1 

1899 Swansea 6 

1900 Dublin 3 

1901 Penarth ...... 9 

1902 Portrush 4 

1903 Penarth 6 

1904 Blackrock 2 



1905 Penarth 

1906 Not played. 

1907 Dublin 1 

1908 Not played. 

1909 Llwynypia 3 

1910 Not played. 

1911 Dublin 3 

1912 Not played. 

1913 Newport 7 



Wales Ireland 

1 



ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1888. Burton beat Otter, 3—0 ; 1889. Burton beat Amateur, 
2rr- ; 1890, Hanley beat Burton, 6—0 ; 1891, Burton beat 
Nautilus, 3—2 ', 1892, Nautilus beat Hanley, 3—2 ; 1893, 
Tunbridge Wells beat Hanley, 3 — 1 ; . 1894, Osborne beat 
Leicester, 8 — 2 ; 1895, Osborne beat Leicester, 8 — 2 ; 1896, 
Osborne beat Leicester, 3 — ; 1897, Osborne beat People's 
Palace, 3 — 2 ; 1898, Osborne beat People's Palace, 3 — 2 ; 
1899, Osborne beat St. Helens, 5 — 1 ; 1900, Leicester beat 
Hyde Seal, 2 — 1 ; 1901, Osborne beat Worthing:, 6—2 ; 1902. 
Wigan beat Leicester, 5 — 2 ; 1903. Hyde Seal beat St. Helens. 
4—2 ; 1904. Hyde Seal beat Wigan, 4—2 ; 1905. Hyde Seal 
beat Weston-super-Mare, 4 — ; 1906, Weston-super-Mare beat 
Polytechnic, 6 — 4 ; 1907, Weston-super-Mare beat Wigan. 
3—2 ; 1908, Hyde Seal beat Polytechnic, 5—2 ; 1909, Wigan 
beat Polytechnic, 4 — 3 ; 1910, Wigan beat Polytechnic. 3 — -2 ; 
1911. Hyde Seal beat Wigan. 7—3; 1912, Hyde Seal beat 
Hornsey (8—2) ; 1913, Hyde Seal beat Wigan (4—1). 

ENGLISH COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1896, Lancashire beat Middlesex, 4 — 1 ; 1897, Lancashire beat 
Staffordshire, 9 — 2 ; 1898, Lancashire beat Leicester, 3 — 2 ; 
1899, Lancashire beat Middlesex, 4 — 2 ; 1900, Lancashire 
beat Middlesex, 3 — 1 ; 1901, Lancashire Won (Surrey scratched 
after draw), 2 — 2 ; 1902, Lancashire beat Surrey, 6 — 2 ; 1903. 
Lancashire beat Middlesex, 7 — 1 ; 1904, Middlesex beat 
Lancashire, 3 — -2 : 1905, Cheshire beat Middlesex, 5 — 1 ; 

1908, Lancashire beat Middlesex, 11—7 ; 1907, Lancashire 
beat Somerset, 4 — 2 ; 1908, Middlesex beat Lancashire, 7 — 5 ; 

1909, Lancashire beat Somerset, 6 — 1 ; 1910, Lancashire beat 
Somerset, 6 — 3 ; 1911, Middlesex beat Cheshire. 5 — 4 ; 1912, 
Lancashire beat Middlesex, 1 — ; 1913, Cheshire beat 
Middlesex (5 — 4). 

NORTHERN COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP. 

Competition for Cup presented by the proprietors of " Tha 
Athletic News." — 1892-3, Manchester Osborne ; 1894-5, 
Manchester Mayfield : 1896. Newton Heath ; 1897. Everton ; 
1898-9-1900-01. Manchester Osborne ; 1902, Burslem : 
1903-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13. Hyde Seal. 



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113 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY CHAMPIONSHD?. 

1898-7. Amateur ; 1898-9, Polytechnic ; 1900, Amateur : 1901, 
Polytechnic ; 1902, Zephyr ; 1903, Amateur : 1904-5-8-7-8- 
9-10-11 Polytechnic; 1912, Zephyr; 1913, Polytechnic. 

SOUTHERN COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1895, Amateur: 1896-7, Otter: 1898-9. Polytechnic: 1903. 
Amateur : 1901-2-3-4, Polytechnic ; 1905. Levvisham : 
1908-7-8-9-10-11. Polytechnic ; 1912, Levvisham ; 1913. Otter. 

SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

1912, Paisley Amateurs 8, Whitehall Amateurs 1. atDundea. 

1913, Paisley Amateurs 8, Leith 1, at Paisley. 

IRISH CHAMPIONSHD?. 

1912, Leinster. 1913, Ulster. 

WESTERN COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1901, Cheltenham : 1902, Teignmauth : 1903, Cheltenham : 
1901, Weston-super-Mare : 1905, Cheltenham : 1906-7-3-9-10- 
11-12-13, Weston-super-Mare. 

MIDLAND COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1884-5, Birmingham Leander : 1888-7, Burton-on-Trent : 1888. 
Hanley ; 1889, Longton ; 1890, Hanley ; 1891-2, Burton-on- 
Trent ; 1893, annulled ; 1894 to 1904, Leicester ; 1905, Aston ; 
1903 to 1910, Leicester : 1911 to 1913, Aston. 

Junior.— 1894, Leamington ; 1895-8-9-1900-1, Leicester : 1897, 
Smethwick ; 1898, Suburban ; 1902-3, Leicester St. Meelin? ; 
1904, Leamington ; 1905-6, Nottingham ; 1907-8,' Leamington; 
1909, Aston ; 1910, Derby ; 1911, Aston ; 1912-13, Derby. 

LANCASHIRE CHAMPIONSHD?. 

1895-6, Manchester Osborne ; 1897, Ever ton ; 1898-9-1900-1 
Manchester Osborne ; 1902, St. Helens ; 1903, Openshaw 
Whitworth; 1904-5-6-7, Wigan ; 1908, Salford ; 1909-10-11- 
12-13, Wigan. 

LONDON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1889-90, Nautilus, 1891, Amateur : 1892, Nautilus : 1893-4-5-8 
Amateur ; 1897-8-9. Polytechnic ; 1900, Amateur ; 1901- 
2-3-4-5-6-7, Polytechnic ; 1908, Le.visham ; 1909-10, 
Polytechnic ; 1911, Lewisham ; 1912, Polytechnic; 1913, Otter. 

MANCHESTER AED DISTRICT LEAGUE. 

1892, Manchester Mayfield ; 1893-4-5-3-7-8-9-1900-01-02. 
Manchester Osborne; 1903, Hyde; 1901, Openshaw; 1905. 
Swan; 1903-7-8-9-10-11-12-13 Hyde Seal. 

NORTHERN LEAGUE. 

1908, Salford; 1909-10-11-12, Hyde Seal; 1912, Wigan; 
1913, Hyde Seal. 

OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. 



WINNERS. 

1891 Oxford 

1892 Oxford 

1893 Cambridge 

1894 Oxford 


. 4 . 
. 5 . 
. 2 . 
. 4 . 
. 4 . 
. 3 . 
. 5 . 
. 5 . 
. 7 . 
. 3 . 
. 1 . 
. 2 . 


. 1 
. 1 
. 1 
, 2 
. 2 
. 1 
. 2 
. 1 
. 2 
. 2 
. 1 
, 1 


WINNERS. 

1903 Draw 

1904 Cambridge . . . 

1905 Draw 

1906 Oxford 


. 1 . 
. 6 . 
. 1 . 
. 2 . 
. 2 . 
. 3 . 
. 2 . 
. 4 . 
. 6 . 
. 5 . 
. 1 . 


. 1 
. 3 

. 1 

n 


1895 Oxford 


1907 Draw 

1908 Draw 

1909 Draw 

1910 Cambridge . . . 

1911 Cambridge . . . 

1912 Cambridge . . . 

1913 Cambridge ... 


91 


1896 Oxford 


ft 


1897 Oxford 

1898 Cambridge 

1899 Cambridge 

1900 Cambridge 

1901 Draw 

1902 Oxford 


. 2 
. 

. 
. 2 
. 



114 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

TERRITORIAL ARMY (LONDON) CHAMPIONSHIP. 



1896 Queen's Westminster R.V. 

1897 London Scottish R.V. 

1898 London Scottish R.V. 

1899 London Rifle Brigade. 

1900 Artists Rifle Volunteers. 

1901 Artists Rifle Volunteers. 

1902 Artists Rifle Volunteers. 

1903 Honourable Artillery Co. 

1904 Artists Rifle Volunteers 



1905 London Scottish Rifles. 

1906 London Scottish R.V. 

1907 Honourable Artillery Co. 

1908 Honourable Artillery Co. 

1909 Honourable Artillery Co. 

1910 Honourable Artillery Co. 

1911 Honourable Artillery Co. 

1912 Honourable Artillery Co. 

1913 Honourable Artillery Co. 



REPRESENTATIVE PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS. 

Jabez Wclffe defeated David Billington for £100 aside on October 
3, 1912, in match from Brighton to Worthing. After swimming 
2 hours 17min. 45sec, when opposite Lancing College, and 
leading Wolffe by a mile and a quarter, Billington was affected 
by cramp and was forced to give up, thus losing the match. 

J. Nuttall, of Stalybridge, was the Professional Champion of the 
World, for all distances up to and including One Mile. Nuttall 
won the 1,000 Yards Professional Championship three years 
in succession, and on October 16, 1890, covered the distance 
in 13min. 52sec, then the best time on record. On August 31, 
1890, he defeated Finney in a match at Brighton for the Mile 
Championship Cup, the holder of which was considered the 
Champion. Nuttall was successful in all the West Coast 
Scratch Races, during 1891 and 1892, and on August 19, 1893 s 
defeated J. L. M'Cusker, of America, in Hollingworth Lake, 
for the Mile Championship, the time being 26min. 8sec. In a 
500 Yards match with Ernest Cavil!, of Australia, at Doncaster, 
. on September 8, 1897, he beat the Colonial easily in record time 
■ — viz., 6min. 38isec. — and in all covered 515 yards 2ft. in 
6min. 50sec. In 1901 he was again successful in all the West 
Coast Races he took part in, and won the 500 Yards Professional 
Championship at Doncaster Baths in 6min. 36|sec. In 1904 
he went to America, and there beat J. L. M'Cusker. In 1905 
he took part in a long distance contest in the Seine race, but 
did not finish. Since then he has almost exclusively confined 
himself to exhibition swimming. Nuttall was born at Man- 
chester, August 31, 1869, and stood 5ft. 5|in., and at his best 
weighed nearly 12 stones. 

David Billington, of Bacup, is the speediest English professional 
swimmer, After the Amateur Swimming Association made 
him adopt professionalism on November 18, 1905, this being 
caused by his competing in a race in the Seine on September 11, 

1905, he maintained the speed that a little earlier in that year 
enabled him to twice defeat such a wonderful swimmer as Kieran. 
He succeeded in lowering some of the bath times that for several 
years stood to the credit of Nuttall, whilst on September 22, 

1906, he gave 2min. start, in a mile, and a beating by 180 
yards to S. W. Greasley, at Blackpool, his time being 28min. 
35sec. He sailed for a visit to Australia in the autumn of 
1906. Though he did not take part in any matches of im- 
portance, he accomplished several fine times, his best being 
17min. 36%sec. for three-quarter mile, at Rushcutters Bath, 
on April 13, 1907. In 1908 Billington maintained his fine 
form. He won the professional " Through Paris " SAvim in 
July, and also other events in the French capital. He again 
succeeded in Paris in 1909. On October 3, 1912, he was beaten 
by J. Wolffe in a match from Worthing to Brighton, the cold 
water causing his retirement, but in a mile race against Oscar 
Dickman, the Australian champion, at Bury, on August 2, 
1913, won easily in 24min. ll^ssec. Billington was born at 
Bacup on July 5, 1885. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 115 

J. H. Jarvis of Leicester after winning 24 English Amateur 
Championships adopted professionalism in 1913. Jarvis wai 
born in Leicester, on February 24, 1872, and was 25 years of 
age when he won his first championship, the mile. 

S. W. Greasley, of Leicester, could lay claim to first-class form. 
After he became a professional he improved, as his swimming 
in the 500 Yards at Leeds Hospital Gala, and his victories in 
1894, 1895, 1896 and 1897, in all the important West of 
England Scratch Races testify. In a 500 Yards match with 
W. Evans, of Manchester, on September 18, 1897, he was 
beaten : but on October 9, 1897, he defeated Evans in a 1,000 
Yards match at Trafford Park, Manchester. He competed 
with varying success at the principal West of England Regattas 
in 1898 and 1899. He won a big Drofessional race in the Seine, 
beating among others Nuttall and Percy Cavill, the Ex- Amateur 
Champion of Australia. At Paris, in 1900, he won the Inter- 
national Professional Championship over 4,000 metres. In 

1904, he attempted the Channel Swim, but gave ur> after being 
in the water only an hour and a half. At Blackpool, on 
September 22, 1906, D. Billington gave him 2min. start in a 
mile and beat him by 180 yards in 28min. 35sec. 

James Finney, of Oldham, won the Ornamental and Scienti.ic 
Swimming Championship at the Public Baths, Dundee, on 
December 17, 188 i. Finney was for a number of years the 
recognised Champion of England. In September, 1898, Finney 
swam from Blackpool to St. Annes Pier in 5 hours 17min. 

Miss Theresa Johnson defeated Miss Sageman for the Champion- 
ship and £200 on October 31, 1883, at Eastbourne, in 35min. 
34isec, and became the Mile Lady Champion of England. 

Miss Annette Kellerinan, the Australian swimmer, prior to 
September, 1909, held the world's record for 100 yards by a 
lady, of lmin. Msec, but then Miss J. Fletcher, an amateur, 
covered the distance in lmin. 13% sec. On June 30, 1905, 
Miss Kellerman swam in the Thames from Putney Bridge to 
Blackwall, a distance of 13 miles 2* furlongs, in 3 hours 54min. 
16sec. On September 14, 1903, in the Devonshire Baths, 
Eastbourne, Miss Kellerman swam a mile, unpaced, in 33min. 
21fsec, beating Miss Laura Sageman's record, in the same 
bath, by 2min. 12£sec. Miss Kellerman and J. AVolffe swam 
from Dover to Ramsgate on July 24, 1905, in 4 hours 28min. 
This does not beat Webb's record as that swimmer entered 
the harbour whereas the 1905 swimmers did not. Miss 
Kellerman swam for six hours in the Channel on August 25, 

1905, but then had to leave the sea through nausea. Misa 
Kellerman made another attempt from Broadstairs on August 7, 

1906, but after two hours was again attacked by nausea. Misa 
Kellerman subsequently accomplished several long swims in 
America. 



PROFESSIONAL TIMES. 

It is a general rule and authoritatively recognised fact that 
performances in baths shorter than 25 yards are not so satis- 
factory- as performances in longer baths. 

40 Yards. — 24sec, J. Haggerty, Lambeth Baths. May 6, 1887. 
80 Yards. — 51sec, J. Haggerty, Lambeth Baths, May 6, 1887. 
100 Yards.— lmin. lisec, J. Nuttall Stalybridge Baths (20yd3. 
long), September 26, 1893. 

120 Yards.— lmin. 182'oSec., J. Nuttall, Stalybridge Baths (20yds- 
long). May 2, 1893. 



116 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

150 Yards.— lmin. 43*sec, J. Nuttall, Newton Heath Baths. 
Manchester, July 16, 1891 ; lmin. 39sec, by D. Billington, at 
Swinton, August 24, 1907. 
160 Yards.— lmin. 5l&sec., J. Nuttall, Osborne Street Baths. 

Manchester, October 17, 1893. 
200 Yards. — 2min. 20sec, J. Nuttall, Accrington Baths, Sept. 

13, 1893 ; 2min. 23 1 / / 5sec, J. Nuttall, Edinburgh, Oct. 28, 1897, 

2min. 18^sec, by D. Billington, at Rochdale, October 2, 1906. 
200 Yards (open water). — 2min. 38sec, J. J. Collier, in Champion- 
ship Sweeptakes of £150, Waterloo Lake, Roimdhay Park, 

Leeds, May 29, 1886. 
220 Yards. — 2min. 37sec, J. Nuttall, Edinburgh Baths, November 

6, 1894. 
220 Yards (open water).- — 2min. 541 sec, J. J. Collier, Holling- 

worth Lake, July 7, 1883. 
240 Yards. — 3min. Oi sec. J. Nuttall, Lambeth Baths, in 1,000 

Yards Championship, October 18, 1888. 
300 Yards.' — 3min. 40sec, J. Nuttall, at Birkenhead,November. 

7, 1901 ; 3mm. 35sec, by D. Billington, at Liverpool, September 

20, 1906. 
320 Yards.— 4min. 4% sec, J. Nuttall, Hampstead Baths, Sept. 

25, 1902. 
400 Yards.— 5min. 16*sec, J. Nuttall, Lambeth Baths in 1,000 

Yards Championship, October 16, 1890. 
440 Yards.— 5min. 35sec, J. Nuttall, Bootle, September 3, 1902 ; 

5min. 26sec, by D. Billington, Bacup Baths, October 27, 1906. 
480 Yards.— 8min. 25|sec, J. Nuttall, Lambeth Baths, in 1,000 

Yards Championship, October 16, 1890. 
500 Yards (in a 30 yards bath).— 6min. 24!/5 S ec, 3. Nuttall, at 

Leicester, July 22, 1901. In a 25 yards bath, 6min. 22}isec, 

by D. Billington, at Macclesfield, September 19, 1906. In a 

25 yards bath, 6min. 2iy5sec, by D. Billington at Southport, 

September 12, 1907. 
560 to 800 Yards.— 560, 7min. 35sec, 640, 8min. 43|sec ; 720. 

9min. 53|sec ; 800, llmin. 4isec ; J. Nuttall, Lambeth Baths, 

in 1,000 Yards Championship, October 16, 1890. 
880 Yards.— llmin. 46sec, J. Nuttall, at Paisley, Sept. 30, 1901 : 

llmin. 37sec. ; by D. Billington, at Stockport Baths, on October 

10, 1906. 
1,000 Yards.— 13min. SQYssec, J. Nuttall, at Osborne Baths, 

Manchester, November 13, 1901, in a time trial. 
1,000 Yards (open water). — 15min. 44sec, J. J. Collier, Holling- 

worth Lake, August 23, 1884 ; 13min. 52y5sec, by D. Billington 

Ulverston, August 6, 1908 ; 13min. 50% sec, by L>. Billington, 

Bury, August 24, 1912. 
Three- quarter-mile (open water). — 19mm. Slsec, J. Nuttall, 

Hollingworth Lake, August 19, 1893. Open water bath 

(49 times across), 18min. 51?5sec, Joy D. Billington, Ramsev, 

July 25, 1906. At Rushcutters Bay Baths (50 yards long). 

Sydney, Australia, on April 13, 1907, Billington covered the 

distance in 17min. 36 2 /5sec. 
1 Mile (Open Water Championship). -24min. llVssec, D. Billington 

Buit, August 2, 1913 ; 26mm. 8sec, J. Nuttall, Hollingworth 

Lake, May 19, 1893. Fastest records in water of 65 degrees. 
1 Mile (Open Water Championship). — 29min. 59isec, J. Fipnev. 

Hollingworth Lake, May 16, 1887. Fastest record in water of 

50 degrees. 
1 Mile (in the sea). — 28min. 7isec, J. Nuttall, Brighton, August 

30, 1890. 
1 Mile. — 35min. 342 sec, Miss Theresa Johnson, Devonshire 

Baths, Eastbourne, October 31, 1883 ; 33min. 21|«ec. by 

Miss A. Kellerman, Devonshire Baths, Eastbourne, September 

14 1906. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 117 

1 Mile (open water). — 30min. 2sec, Miss Theresa Johnson. Lake 

Nakansas, Stockholm, August 14, 1887. 
15 Miles. — 9 hours 35min. 56sec, W. H. Beckwith, Lambeth 

Baths, London, October 31, 1887. 
From Brighton to Worthing (slightly over 8£ miles). — 4 hours 

24 minutes, by Jabez Wolffe, September 13, 1912. 
James Finney swam 113 yards 1ft. under water, in full costume, 

at the Prince of Wales Baths, Blackpool, October 20, ]882. 

Tbe best performance on record. Length of bath 28 yards 1 foot. 
Miss Annie Johnson swam 501 yards under water October 28, 

1895, at Broughton Baths, Salford. 



THE ENGLISH CHANNEL SWIM. 

Captain Matthew Webb swam the English Channel, diviu? 
from the Admiralty Pier, Dover, and touching the Calais sands, 
France, after swimming 21 hours 45 minutes, August 24 and 25. 
1875, the first successful trip across the Channel. On July 20 
1875, he swam from Dover into Eamsgate Harbour in 8 hours 
45 minutes. Captain Webb was drowned in an attempt to swim 
through the Niagara rapids, July 24, 1883. 

In an attempt to swim the Channel from Cape Grisnez on 
August 24 and 25, 1901, M. A. Holbein went within five miles 
of the English coast and seven miles of Dover the rough weather 
then causing his retirement. He was in the sea 12 hours and 
three- Quarters. He made another attempt on July 31, 1902, from 
Cape Grisnez, but retired after 12* hours' swimming. In a further 
attempt from Cape Grisnez, made on August 27 and 28, 1902, 
Holbein swam for 22 hours 2 limn., but had to be taken out of the 
water when only half a mile from land. In an attempt from the 
English side, on September 1, 1903, Holbein arrived within four 
miles of Calais, but then drifted out by the tide and had to 
give up after 17 hours and 20 minutes. Holbein made a further 
effort from the English side on August 20, 1904, but gave up after 
being in the water 10 horns. On August 24, 1905, Holbein 
again tried, but retired after 7 hours 25 minutes. On 
September 1, 1907, he made an attempt from Cape Grisnez, but 
after 7fhours' swimming was seized with sea- sickness and retired. 
He made another trial on August 11 and 12, 1909, from Cape 
Grisnez, but after 12 hours' swimming was attacked by sea- 
sickness. On September 2 and 3, 1911, he swam for 10 £ hours 
in fine form when owing to his being in the track of the cross- 
channel steamers when it was foggy, he was advised to retire. 
Holbein was in grand condition at the time. He tried time in 
1913 without success. 

Thomas William Burgess, a Yorkshireman living in Paris, after 
making fifteen unsuccessful efforts succeeded on September 
5 and 6, 1911. Burgess entered the water at the South Foreland 
at 11-15 a.m., and left it at Le Chatelet, France, at 9-50 a.m. He 
was in the water 22 hours 35min. Burgess received the Alexander 
Channel Cup as his prize. The details of Burgess's previous 
attempts are as follows : — On September 7, 1904, he swam 
from Dover to within six miles of France, in 8 hours 22min. 
The latter portion of his swim took place in half a gale. Burgess 
made another attempt from Dover on July 28, 1905, and 
reached within 4i miles of Calais in 12 hours 32 min., after 
swimming six hours with a strained leg. On August 9, 1905, 
he made another attempt, but after swimming 141 hours was 
beaten five miles from land. Burgess started again on August 
24, 1905, but had to give up after having made nine miles 
across in 8 hours 5min. On August 26, 1905, he made 
another swim but this time a gale beat him in nine hours. He 
had then made 9£ miles on his direct journey but had swam 
15£ miles. On September 11. he went in again but was only in 



118 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

3 hours 7min. On August 18, 1906, Burgess started from 
Langdon Stairs but retired after 8 hour3 49min. On August 
28, 1906, he made another attempt from St. Margaret's Bay. 
but after swimming six hours met a, current that set him 
back. He decided to swim back to England and reached tha 
Admiralty Pier in lOhrs. 2min. On August 30 and 31, 1908, 
he accomplished a remarkable swim covering 42 miles in 18 hours 
Imin. He started in a fog that subsequently became so heavy 
that it was impossible to take the bearings. As a result he had 
to swim over the Goodwin Sands it being so shallow that his 
tug could not accompany him. This had never been done by 
any other swimmer. Once he was within 4i miles of Franca 
but the swim was ended by cramp. On September 13, 

1906, he made another attempt, but after 9 hours 2min. found 
himself on the Goodwins and retired. On August 17 and IS, 1908. 
he swam magnificently for 20 hours llmin., and got to within 
half a mile of Cape Grisnez, when he was driven out by an off-set. 
Three days afterwards he made another effort and swam for 221 
hours. It is estimated that he had covered 60 miles when he retired 
one mile from the Gravelines. This swim extended into five tides, 
three complete tides and two sections of ebb tide at the start and 
finish. He did not do so well on September 8, 1908, for alter 4 
hours' swimming the weather became so rough that on the advic8 
of his pilot he retired. 

F. Holmes, of Birmingham, made several attempts to swim 
the Channel. On September 8. 1898, he was in the water ten 
hours, but then owing to fog had to retire. On July 24, 1900, 
he swam for 4 hours 55min. in a choppy sea. On August 28, 
1902, he had swam for 4i hours when compelled to retire owing 
to the scorching sun. On September 12, . 1902, he swam for 
3} hours in a rough sea. In every case he started from Dover. 

J. "WolfYe, Amateur Swimming Club, made an attempt to swim 
the Channel from the South Foreland on July 18, 1903. He 
injured his leg and retired four miles from France, having been 
in the water only 9 hours 5 lmin. He made a second attempt 
July 30, 1908, but his leg again failed and caused the swim to end 
after 3 hours 55min. He made a third attempt from the South 
Foreland on August 29, and in 8 hours covered 17 miles, but then 
found himself on the Varne and retired. On July 22, 1907, 
Wolffe made another attempt from the South Foreland, but after 

8 hours 23min. retired. He made another effort on August 5. 

1907, and in a swim that extended over 15 hours 16min. swam 
from the South Foreland to within a mile of Cape Grisnez, when 
thoroughly exhausted, he was pulled out. On the 31st of the 
same month he again tried and had made much progress in 

9 hours 39min. when a change in the weather conditions made 
success impossible. On September 18, 1907, he accomplished 
another remarkable swim, travelling from the South Foreland to 
within two miles of Blancnez in 111 hours. Then, owiug to rough 
water, he gave up, but with a French pilot he might have 
succeeded. On this swim Wolffe met with a bottle-nosed shark. 
On July 6, 1908, although accompanied by a French pilot he 
again failed. Wolffe remained in the water 14 hours, by which 
time he had swam to within 4 miles of the French coast. Then 
au easterly current drove him towards the North Sea and caused 
him to retire. On the 23rd of the same monti he made his first 
attempt from the French shore, starting from the place on the 
Calais sands where Webb completed his swim. He remained in 
the water 13 hours, then, owing to leg trouble, retired when 
6 miles off the English shore. On September 19, 1908. he swam 
from Shakespeare Cliff to within a quarter mile of the French 
coast in 14 hours 55min., when he was thoroughly exhausted and 
had to be taken out of the water. This was the nearest approach 
to success that any swimmer save Webb has attained. Hs 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 119 

started af aia on October 7, 1908, but was stung by a jelly fish 
and retired after 9 hours' swimming. In 1909 he made two 
attempts. On August 26 he started from Dover and remained 
in the water for 8* hours, retiring owing to an injured leg. On 
September 24 he tried from Sangatte, but remained in only 4 
hours, the sea being too rough. He made two further efforts 
in 1910. On July 31 he started from Sangatte, but after 8 hours' 
swimming the water was so rough that he retired, then being 
12 miles on his direct course. He tried again on August 14, but 
after 11 hours' swimming the weather became so bad that he 
had to retire. On July 21, 1911, in an attempt from Sangatte, he 
was within an ace of success when carried out by the tide. He 
was less than a mile from St. Margaret's Bay. He tried again on 
September 2 and swam for 14 hours Train., again being beaten 
outside St. Margaret's Bay, whilst in 1912 and 1913 he was twice 
unsuccessful. 

On August 5, 1907, Edward Heaton attempted to swim 
the Channel from the Admiralty Pier, but after 10 hours 
complained, of the monotony and retired. Starting again on the 
31st of the same month Heaton remained in the water for 10 hours 

5 min. when owing to the hopeless position in which he was lying 
abandoned the attempt. Heaton tried again on September 6, 
1907, but remained in the water less than three hours. On 
August 27 and 28, 1909, he made a very fine swim that lasted 
sixteen hours, during which time he swam from Dover to within 
H miles of Cape Grisnez. He tried again on September 1, 
1911, from the English side, but after swimming 16i hours and 
getting to within 4* miles of the French coast, Heaton gave up. 
He afterwards stated that that was his final effort, as he was 
convinced that the swim was impossible. On August 8, 1911, ha 
swam for 10 \ hours when broken seas compelled his retirement. 

On August 31, 1907, W. Stearne, of Manchester, attempted to 
swim the Channel from the South Foreland, but owing to his eyes 
being affected by salt water he retired after 4 hours. On 
August 11, 1909, he started from the South Foreland, but after 
6f hours, was taken ill. Stearne again tried on September 1, 1911, 
and swam for 10 hours when having hurt his right leg he retired. 

Madame Isacescu, an Austrian lady, in an attempt to swim 
from Calais to the English coast, went nearly twenty miles in 
ten hours, on September 5, 1900. J. A. Weidmann, of Dover, 
swam from Dover to Ramsgate on July 31, 1904, in six hours ; 
from Dungeness to Dover on August 28, 1904, and then attempted 
the Channel swim on September 6, 1904. He remained in the 
water five hours and had to be taken out. 

On August 8, 1908, James Mearns, an Aberdeen Swimmer, 
made an attempt and stayed in the water for fourteen hours, 
during which time he got to within four miles of the French coast. 
On August 23 he again tried, but after two hours had to retire 
owing to a gale of wind. .On September 7 he swam 14 miles in 

6 s hours, but then, owing to a choppy sea, gave up the attempt. 
He tried again on August 6, 1910, starting from the South Fore- 
and, but after 9i hours' swimming in heavy rain, and after 
covering sixteen miles, he was compelled to give up. 

On August 12, 1908. Paulus, the French ex-champion, started 
to swim the Channel in a very rough sea, but after four hours 
retired. 

Edward Meijer, a Dutch long-distance swimmer, made an 
attempt to swim the Channel on August 31, 1910, but, ill-equipped 
for the task, had to give in after swimming five miles.^ He tried 
again on September 3, 1911, but after 5 hours' swimming the sea 
became rough and he retired, and again on July 13, 1913, after 
an hour. 

On August 19, 1908, Jack Rees, a Welsh swimmer, made an 
attempt to swim the Channel, but retired in three hours. 



120 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

On September 8, 1908, Fred Kearsley, of Wisjan, made an 
attempt to swim the Channel from the French coast, but owing 
to the rough sea was prevailed upon to retire atter two hours. 

On August 19, 191L F. Record, of the Medway, made an 
attempt from Cape Grisnez, After 9 hours swimming the sea 
became so rough that he had to give up. He tried again in 1912 
and failed. 

Miss Lily Smith made an attempt on August 21, 1913, from the 
South Foreland, but retired after 3 hours. 

Henry Sullivan, an American, made an attempt on August 23, 
and stayed in for over 10 hours. 



SOME REMARKABLE FEATS. 

M. A. Holbein swam from Blackwall to Gravesend Town Pier 
June 29, 1900, in 4 hours 43min. 6sec. Captain Webb swam the 
same distance on July 3, 1875, in 4 hours 52min. 44sec. On 
July 2, 1905, J. WolfTe, Amateur S.C., swam the distance in 
5 hours 7min. 9sec. On September 19, 1906, Walpole Hiller, 
Sheffield Otter S.C., swam the distance in 5 hours 44min. 

M. A. Holbein swam for 12 hours in Spithead and the Solent 
on August 14, 1899, and in that time it was computed that he 
covered between 46 and 47 miles. He was fresh and warm when, 
owing to darkness, he left the water. On July 30, 1908, Holbein 
swam 50 miles in the Thames, in 13 hours 47sec. 

M. A. Holbein swam for just over nine hours in the Trent on 
September 10, 1904, in an attempt to swim from Nottingham to 
Newark. After reaching Farndon Ferry, a distance of 24 miles, 
he retired : the temperature of the water having been between 
53 and 54 degrees for the journey. 

M. A. Holbein swam from Blackwall to two miles beyond 
Gravesend and back to within a mile of his starting point in 
12 hours 27min. 42fsec, on July 25, 1899, the distance covered 
being 43 miles. 

On July 18, 1905, M. A. Holbein swam from Greenwich to 
Northfleet, a distance of about 21* miles, in 5 hours 7min. 

Fred Bownes, of Woolwich, swam from Blackwall to Gravesend 
inside Captain Webb's record for the distance, on September 
15, 1894, and went a quarter of a mile farther in the record time. 

J. WolfTe, in August, 1905, swam from Margate to Heme Bay 
and back, a distance of 34 miles, in 9 hours 39sec. On July 6. 
1906, he swam from Hover into Ramsgate Harbour, in 6 hours 
33min., beating Webb's record by over 2 hours. On June 23. 
1906, he swam from Brighton Palace Pier to Worthing Pier and 
back 23 miles, in 12 hours 16min. On September 13, 1912, 
he swam from Brighton Palace Pier to Worthing Pier in 4 hours 
24min. On May 29, 1913, he swam from East Southsea Pier 
to Ryde Pier and then back to East Southsea Pier — 2 miles 
further than Horace Davenport went in 1884 — in 6 hours 5miu. 
2sec. , 

Miss Beckwith swam twenty miles in the Thames, July 17, 1878, 
Time in water, 6 hours, 25min.; the greatest distance ever accom- 
plished by a lady swimmer. 

J. B. Johnson dived from London Bridge, June 2, 1871. 

Miss Elsie Wallenda remained under water, at the Alhambra, 
London, 4min. 45 2 /5sec, December 14, 1898. There were four 
timekeepers. 

Staying under water, in a tank. — 4min., 35isec, by Professor 
Beaumont, Alhambra, Melbourne. December 16, 1893 ; 4min. 
291sec, by James Finney, Canterbury Music Hall. London, 



THE SP0KT1NG CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 121 

April 7, 1886 : and 3min. 181sec, by Annie Johnson, North Pier 
Pavilion, Blackpool. September 27, 1889. 

Peter Johnson swam 109 yards 2ft. 6in. under water, at the 
Lambeth Baths, October 11, 1882, the furthest distance ever 
swam in a 10 yards bath. 

Horace Davenport, ex-Amateur Champion of England, swam 
from East Southsea, Portsmouth, across the Solent to Ryde Pier, 
Isle of Wight, merely touching the Pier, and back to Southsea 
Clarence Esplanade Pier, Portsmouth, without rest, in 5 houra 
25min., September 2, 1881, a really wonderful performance. 

James Bissland swam Hi miles in the Tay, from Perth to 
Newburgh, iu 4 hours, lOmin., August, 1897. 

,1. J. Collier, of Salford, in his match for the Championship 
against J. Finney, swam one mile in the Hollingworth Lake, May 
16, 1895, the temperature of the water being only 43 degrees ; 
both men were almost paralysed with cold and partly delirious, 
Collier finished the distance, and Finney was assisted during the 
last 150 yards by the referee's boat. Time, 37min. 2*sec. Collier 
died in January, 1899. 

Tommy Burns, who dived from Euncorn Bridge, a distance of 
about 85 feet, and swam to Liverpool, October 9, 1889, walked 
to London and dived off London Bridge, was eventually killed 
at Rhyl on July 6, 1897, when diving from the pier into the sea. 

Professor Enoch stayed under water 12min. 43sec, out of 
which time he came up 24fsec., for breathiing purposes, West- 
minster Aquarium, London, October 6, 1893. 

R. Topping remained six hours in the sea at Brighton for a 
big wager, September, 1891. 

H. Bennett, of Hulme, remained under water, standing on hia 
hands, 3min. l.^sec, at Osborne Street Baths, Manchester, 
October 22, 1890. 

J. H. Derbyshire swam 120 yards in Osborne Baths, Manchester, 
on November 13. 1901, in lmin. 14 4 /5sec, F. C. V. lane, of 
Australia, accomplished the same time at Broughton Baths, on 
October 20, 1902. 

On Friday, July 26, 1907, Jules Gautier swam from Richmond 
to Putney, about nine miles, with manacled legs and arms in 
2 hours 54min. On July 29, 1908, Gautier, under similar con- 
ditions, swam from Blackfriars to Richmond, 15 miles 7i furlonga 
in 5 hours 37min. 45 sec. On August 12, 1909, Gautier, with his 
hands and feet tied, towed a boat one mile in still water at the 
Welsh Harp, Hendon, in 1 hour 27min. 37sec. 

J. A. Jar vis swam 1,000 yards in Osborne Baths, Manchester, 
on November 13, 1901, in 13min. 32% sec. This time, which was 
not recognised as a record, was made in an attack on J. Nut tail's 
13min. 53sec, made in Lambeth Baths on October 16, 1890. 

J. H. Hellings, ex- Amateur Champion of Australia, and F. C. V. 
Lane, Amateur Champion of Australia, beat J. H. Derbyshire, 
Manchester Osborne, and J. A. Jarvis, Leicester, in a team race, 
England v. Australia, at Westminster Baths, London, September 
30, 1899. Derbyshire beat Hellings by two yards in 88 yards in 
Sl^ssec, while Lane beat Jarvis in a quarter of a mile by a touch, 
after a grand race, in 6min„ the full time of the team race being 
6min. 54Vssec. 

W. J. Hobbs, at Farmer's Rushcutter's Bay Baths, on 
February 28, 1903, swam three miles in a 50 yards bath 
(105 laps and 30 yards) in 1 hour 28min. 17sec. 

Miss Clara Parlett, aged sixteen, swam in the Thames from 
Hampton Court Bridge to Richmond Lock, a distance of nearly 
eight miles, in 5f hours on August 2, 1905. In July. 1906. sha 
swani from Sunbury Lock to Richmond Lock. 13 miles, iu 8fr 
hours. ; 



122 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL; 

On July 31, 1908, Miss Ethel Littlewood, Kingston Ladies' 
Swimming Club, swain from Sunbury Lock to Isleworth Gates, 
16 miles, in 11 hours. 

In a race " through London " on September 7, 1907, from 
Richmond Lock to Blackfriars, a distance of 14 miles 1,000 yards, 
J. A. Jarvis, of Leicester, won easily in 3 hours 24min. 6^^sec; 
Jarvis again won the race on June 27, 1908, his time being 3 hours 
:;<inin. 24sec. On August 14, 1909, H. Taylor, of Chadderton, 
won the race in 3 horns 28min. 38sec. On August 20, 1910, 
T. S. Battersby, won in 3 hours 21min. 21sec, and on Julj* 22, 
1911, in 3 hours 36min. 594.5 sec. 

In a " through London " Race for ladies on August 5, 1911, 
over the same course, Miss Vera Neave, of Enfield, won in 4 hours 
9min. 39 3 /oSec. 

W. Stearne, of Manchester, accomplished an extraordinary 
swim from Folkestone to Dover on August 25, 1911. A terrific 
gale of wind was blowing, but Stearne swam the distance. So 
rough was it that he had to climb up the Admiralty Pier at Dover, 
no boat being able to go out to him. 

Miss Jennie Fletcher, of Leicester, accomplished the wonderful 
performance of lowering the ladies' 100 yards record eleven times 
in just over three years, September 20, 1906, to October 13, 
1909. Her times were — September 20, 1906, lmin. 24sec. and 
Imin. 21sec. ; September 29, 1906, lmin. 2(H6sec. ; August 29, 
1907, lmin. 19sec. ; September 12, 1907, lmin. 18 3 /5sec. and 
lmin. 18sec. ; September 27, 1907, lmin. 17sec. ; July 12, 1909, 
lmin. 15 2 /5sec. ; September 7, lmin. 14 3 5sec. and lmin. 14sec. 
October 13, lmin. 13 3 /5sec. Miss Irene Steer equalled this time 
in the English 100 Yards Ladies' Championship in 1910. Miss 
Fletcher became a professional teacher in 1913. 

On August 1, 1909, in Paris, representatives of the United 
Kingdom, France, Belgium, Austria, Germany, Holland, Finland, 
Hungary, and Sweden met and decided to form an International 
Amateur Swimming Federation. 

H. Taylor, of Chadderton, swam from Grange to Morecambe 
a distance of nearly 13 miles, in 1910, in 2 hours 5min. 52sec. 

On September 10, 1912, Miss Rose Pitonof, of Boston, U.S.A., 
pwam from Richmond Lock to St. Catherine's Dock in the Thames, 
18 miles, 154 yards, in 4 hours 34min. 

On August 28, 1912, Miss Lily Smith, of London, swam from 
Dover into Ramsgate Harbour in 6 hours 42min. 



PUNTING. 

PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, 

1902 F. Nicholls, Cooper's Hill 



1876 W. Andrews, Maideuhead 

1877 to 1890*A.Beesley, Oxford 

1891 W. Haines, Old Windsor 

1892 G. Haines, Old Windsor 

1893 C. Asplen, jmi.. Maidenlid 

1894 W. Haines, Old Windsor 

1895 No competition 

1896 F. Haines, Old Windsor 

1897 W. Haines, Old Windsor 

1898 W. Haines, Old Windsor 
1899+G. Haines, Old Windsor 

1900 G. Haines, Old Windsor 

1901 W. Haines, Old Windsor 
* Up to this date the pimts used were 3ft. 4in. wide, with 

open wells, afterwards reduced to 2ft. 9in. wide, with dry wells. 
t Punts were reduced to. 2ft. wide. 



1903 G. Haines, Old Windsor 

1904 W Haines, Old Windsor 

1905 W Haines, Old Windsor 

1906 W. Haines, Old Windsor 

1907 W. Haines, Old Windsor 

1908 W. Haines, Old Windsor 

1909 F. Nicholes, Egham 

1910 F. Nicholes, Egham 

1911 F. Nicholes, Egham 

1912 F. Nicholes, Egham 

1913 F. Nicholes, Egham 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 125 

OCEAN STEAMING RECORDS. 

(Revised up to November, 1913.) 



From Quebnstown (Ireland) to New York.— 4 days, 10 
hoars 41min., by Cunard Company's " Mauretania," reaching 
New York on September 15, 1910. The time is computed from 
Daunt' s Rock Lightship to Ambrose Channel Lightship (fastest 
Westbound passage). Her average speed for the entire passage — ■ 
26.06 knots per hour. 

From New York to Queenstown (Ireland). — 4 days 13 
hours 41min., by Cunard Company's " Mauretania," reaching 
Queenstown, September 20, 1909. The time is computed from 
Ambrose Channel Lightship to Daunt' s Rock Lightship, and is 
the shortest Eastward passage. 

The " Mauretania's " highest day's running is 676 knots. 

The " Lusitania " has run 666 knots in one day. 

The Riverside Station on the Mersey brings Euston within 
3 hours oOmin. distance of the Liverpool Landing Stage, and a 
little over 5 days to New York Wharf. 

The Eastbound New York Steamers of the Cunard Line now 
call at Fishguard, which reduces the length of the passage by 
5 to 6 hours. The trains perform the journey to London — a 
distance of 262 miles — in about 4f hours. 

From Southampton to New Yore. — 6 days 31min., mean 
time, by the American Liner " St. Pau 1 ." Sailed from the 
Needles at 1-44 p.m., August 8, arriving at Sandy Hook Light- 
ship at 9-15 a.m., August 14, 1896, which, adding 5 hours for the 
difference in time, makes the record for her westward passage 
The average speed was 21.08 knots per hour, and passengers 
were landed in New York before noon on the sixth day after 
leaving London. 

New York to Southampton. — 5 days 22 hours 6min steaming 
time, by White Star Steamer, " Olympic." Average speed 22.49 
knots. " Olympic's " best average speed 22. 83 knots. 

From New York to Southampton.' — 6 days 10 hours 14min., 
by the " St. Louis " mean time from Sandy Hook Lightship to 
Needles. Left Sandy Hook Lightship at 11-34 a.m. on September 
1, 1897, and passed the Needles 3.20 a.m., September 8. 

From Queenstown to Boston. — 6 days 18 hours 24min. by 
the White Star Steamer " Arabic li." 

From Boston to Queenstown.— 8 days 16 hours 55min., by 
the White Star Steamer " Arabic." 

From Southampton to the Cape. — 14 days 11 hours 27min., 
nett steaming time by the Union S eamship Company's " Scot," 
reaching Cape Town, at 1-38 p.m., March 19, 1893. 

From the cape to Plymouth. — 13 days 23 hours 19min.. 
nett steaming time, by the Union Steam hip Company's " Scot," 
reaching Plymouth at 11-35 p.m., November 23, 1892. 

From London to Bombay.- — 12 days 6 hours, by P. and O. 
" Caledonia." The mail transit, allowing for difference in 
meridian, occupied the time named from London, and from 
Briftdisi 10 days 4 hours, including detention in Egypt and at 
Aden. 

From London (Gravesend) to Bombay by Sea.— 18 days 154 
hours, by P. and O. " Mooltan " to Aden, thence by P. and O. 
" Egypt," including all detentions and detour to Marseilles, but 
deducting 5* hours for difference in meridian. 



126 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

From Southampton to Bombay by Sea in 13 days 7 hours, 
by S.S. " Dongola." 

From Bombay to London. — 12 days 7 hours, by P. and O. 
" Caledonia," The mail transit, adding 4i hours for difference in 
meridian, occupied time named to London, and from Bombay 
to Brindisi 10 days 4 hours, mean time, including detention at 
Aden and in Egypt. 

From Lonhon to Adelaide. — 25 days 21 1 hours, by P. and O. 
"Himalaya." The mail transit, deducting 9i hours for 
difference in meridian, occupied time named from London, and 
from Brindisi to Adelaide 23 days 18 hours, mean time, 
including detention in Egypt, Aden, Ceylon, and Albany. 

From London (Gravesend) to Melbourne by Sea. — 34? 
days by P. and O. " Victoria," including all detentions en route. 

From London to Egypt (Port Said). — 93 1 hours by 
P. and O. " Express " to Brindisi, thence by P. and O. steamer 
" Osiris." 

From London to Fremantle (W.A.) — 23 days 23 hours, mail 
transit, via Brindisi, by P. and O. " Himalaya," including all 
detentions, but deducting 8 hours for difference in meridian. 

From London (Gravesend) to Freemantle. — 29 £ days sea 
transit, by P. and O. " Mooltan," including all detentions and 
detour to Marseilles, but deducting 8 hours for difference in 
meridian. 

From Gravesend to Calcutta (Sandheads). — 22 days 
4 hours, by P. and O. " Caledonia." 

From Marseilles to Bombay. — 11 days 20 hours, by P. and O. 
" Salsette." 

From Marseilles to Calcutta (Sandheads). — 16 days 8 hrs.» 
by P. and O. " Caledonia." 

From Gravesend to Albany (Australia). — 30 days 13 
hours, by P. and O. S.S. " Victoria," including all stoppages. 

From Liverpool to Albany (Australia) via Capetown. — • 
30 days, 39min., steaming time, by White Star steamer "Ceramic, * 
left Liverpool, July 24, 1913. 

From Albany to London, via Capetown. — 37* days, steaming 
time, by White Star steamer, " Buui_\" July, 1903. 

From Cherbourg to New York. — 5 days 10 hours 23min., 
by the Norddeutscher-Lloyd liner, " Kronprinzessin Cecile," 
September, 1910. Fastest average speed, *' Kaiser Wilhelm II." 
23.71 knots per hour, August, 1908. " Kronprinzessin Cecile " 
has covered 610 knots in a day westward, September 12, 1910. 

From New York to Plymouth. — 5 days 7 hours 25min., by 
N.D.L. liner " Kronprinzessin Cecile," September. 1909. 

From New York to Plymouth. — 5 days 7 hours 38min., by 
" Deutschland," September 4 to 10, 1900 ; average knots per 
hour, 23.33. 

From Cherbourg to New york. — 5 days 11 hours olmin., by 
the Hamburg -American liner, " Deutschland." September 2 to 
September 8, 1903. 

From Liverpool to Alexandria (calling at Gibraltar and 
Malta en route). — 12 days 6 hours, by Ellerman Liner, S.S. 
'• City of Cambridge," November 26, 1912. 

Best eastward day's run by N.D.L. Steamer, li Kaiser 
Wilhelm II." July 10, 1910 ; 566 knots. 

Best westward day's run by Steamer i: Deutschland," July 30 
1901 ; 24 hours 50 min.. 601 knots (or 692 statute miles). 



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127 



ROWING. 

OXFORD AND CAMBRffiGE BOAT RACE —41 miles. 

(Founded 1829.) 
Tear. Date. Winner. Course. m. s. Won by 

1856 Mar. 15 ... Cambridge B. R to P. .25 50 . .Hength 

1857 April 4. . .Oxford P. to M 22 35 . .3see. 

1858 Mar. 27. . .Cambridge P. to M 21 23 . .22sec. 

1859 April 15. . .Oxford P. to M 24 40 . .Cam. sank 

1860 Mar. 31 . . . Cambridge P. to M 26 5 . . 1 length 

1861 Mar. 23 . . .Oxford P. to M 23 30 . .48sec. 

1862 April 12 . . . Oxford . . .P. to M 24 41 . .30sec. 

1863 Mar. 28 . . . Oxford M. to P 23 6 . . 43sec. 

1864 Mar. 19 . . . Oxford ... P. to M. . . .21 40 . . 26sec. 

1865 April 8 . . . Oxford P. to M 21 24 . . 4 lengths 

1866 Mar. 24. . .Oxford P. to M 25 35 . .15sec. 

1867 April 13. . .Oxford P. to M 22 40 . .1 -length 

1868 April — . . .Oxford P. to M 20 56 . .6 length? 

1869 Mar. 17 . . . Oxford P. to M 20 5 . . 3 lengths 

1870 April 6 . . . Cambridge P. to M 22 4 . . H lengths 

1871 April 1 . . .Cambridge P. to M 23 5 1 length 

1872 Mar. 23 . . .Cambridge P. to M 21 15 . .2 lengths 

1873 Mar. 29. . .Cambridge P. to M. . . .19 35 . . c 6\ lengths 

1874 Mar. 28. . .Cambridge P. to M 22 35 . .3 lengths 

1875 Mar. 20 . . . Oxford P. to M 22 2 . . 10 lengths 

1876 April 8. . .Cambridge P. to M 20 20 . .easily 

1877 Mar. 24 . . . Dead heat P. to M 24 6* . . dead heat 

1878 April 13. . .Oxford P. to M 22 15 . .easily 

1879 April 5. . .Cambridge P. to M. . . .21 18 . .3* lengths 

1880 Mar. 22. . .Oxford P. to M 21 23*. .2* lengths 

1881 April 8. . .Oxford P. to M 21 52 . . 3 lengths 

1882 April 1 . . . Oxford P. to M 20 12 . . 6 lengths 

1883 Mar. 15. . .Oxford P. to M 21 22 . .3i lengths 

1884 April 7. . .Cambridge P. to M 21 39 . .2 lengths 

1885 Mar. 28 . . Oxford P. to M 21 47 . .3 lengths 

1886 April 3 . . . Cambridge P. to M 22 29* . . 4 length 

1887 Mar. 26. . .Cambridge P to M 20 52 . .3* lengths 

1888 Mar. 24. . .Cambridge P. to M 20 48 . .8 lengths 

1889 Mar. 30. . .Cambridge P. to M 20 14 . .3 lengths 

1890 Mar. 26 . . . Oxford P. to M 22 3 . . 1 length 

1891 Mar. 21 . . . Oxford P. to M 21 48 . . * length 

1892 April 9 . . . Oxford P. to M 19 21 . .2i lengths 

1893 Mar. 22. . .Oxford P. to M 18 47 . .24 lengths 

1894 Mar. 17. . .Oxford P. to M 21 39 . .3* lengths 

1895 Mar. 30. . .Oxford P. to M 20 50 . .2* lengths 

1896 Mar. 28 . . . Oxford P. to M 20 2 . .§ of length 

1897 April 3 . . . Oxford P. to M 19 12 . .2$ lengths 

1898 Mar. 26 . . . Oxford P. to M 22 15 . . 20 lengths 

1899 Mar. 25 . . .Cambridge P. to M 21 4 . .2 lengths 

1900 Mar. 31. . .Cambridge P. to M 18 47 . .20 lengths 

1901 Mar. 30. . .Oxford P. to M 22 31 . .§ of length 

1902 Mar. 22 . . . Cambridge P. to M 19 9 . . 6 lengths 

1903 April 2. . .Cambridge P. to M 19 35 . .6 lengths 

1904 Mar. 20 . . .Cambridge P. to M 21 37 . .4* lengths 

1905 April 1 . . .Oxford P. to M 20 35 . . 3 lengths 

1906 April 7 . . . Cambridge P. to M 19 24 . . 3i lengths 

1907 Mar. 16. . . Cambridge P. to M.. . .20 26 . .41 lengths 

1908 April 4 . . . Cambridge P. to M 19 19 . . 2i lengths 

1909 April 3 . . . Oxford P. to M. ... 19 50 . . 3* lengths 

1910 Mar. 23. . . Oxford P. to M. . . .20 14 . .3* lengths 

1911 April 1 . . . Oxford P. to M. . . 18 29* . . 2i lengths 

1912 Mar. 30 ... Boats swamped ; no race 

1912 April 1 . . . Oxford P. to M. ... 22 5 . . 6 lengths 

1913 Mar. 13 . . . Oxford P. to M. ... 20 53 . . 1 length 

* Fastest on record. 



128 THE -SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

THE VARSITY RACE OF 1913 AT A GLANCE. 

Leader. Distance. Time M. 3 

Leander Club Cambridge . . i length . . j — 

Craven Steps Cambridge . . $ length . . 2 2C 

Mile Post Cambridge . . 1 length . . 4. 12 

Harrod's Crane .Cambridge .. t length .. 6 18 

Hammersmith Bridge . . . Cambridge . . I length . . -7,, 40 

Chiswick Steps Cambridge . . 1 length . . 12 31 

Duke's Meadow Cambridge . . 1* length . . — 

Barnes Bridge Cambridge .. 1£ length .. 17-21 

Queen's Head Cambridge . . 1 length . . — 

Mortlake Brewery level — ■ . . — 

Finish ... Oxford . . . . i length . . 20 5f 

AMERICAN INTER-VARSITY CHAMPIONS. 

1913 — Harvard College beat Yale over 4 miles — 21min. 42sec 

(Instituted 1830.) = 
Time m. s. 

B. H. Howell 23 7 

C. V. Fox 22 54 

H. T. Blackstaffe .24 16 

A. H. Cloutte 24 32 

F. S. Kelly... 23 32 

St, George Ashe. . .23 25 
H. T. Blackstaffe .25 17 
H. T. Blackstaffe. 23 10 

J. deG. Edye 23 51 

H. T. Blackstaffe . 24 43 
A. A. Stuart, . ..26 6 
W. D. Kinnear ... 23 12 
W. D Kinnear ... — 
W. D. Kinnear ..23 51 
C. W. Wise 24 10 

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA.— Course, lm. 550yds. 

THE WINNERS OF 1913. 
Ladies Plate.— First Trinity, 7min. 24sec. 
Stewards' cup. — New College, Oxford beat, Maintzer [disqualified) 
Wyfold Cup. — Lady Margaret, 8min. ]sec. 
Grand Challenge Cup. — -Leander, 7mm. Usee. 
Diamond Sculls. — C. M'Villy, Tasmania, 8min. 49sec. 
Thames Cup. — Oriel College, Oxford, 7min. 30sec. 
Silver Gor.LETS. — Trinity Hall, 8mm. 39sec. 
Visitors' Cup. — Pembroke College, Cambridge, 8min. 13sec. 



WINGFIELD SCULLS.— 4 


\ m les 


Time m. s. 




1884 W. S. Unwin 24 12 


1899 


1885 W. S. Unwin 25 2 


1900 


1880 F. I. Pitman 24 12 


1901 


1887 G. Nickall3 25 23 


1902 


1888 G. Nickalls 23 38 


1903 


1889 G. Nickalls — — 


1904 


1890 J. C. Gardner 28 20 


1905 


1891 G. Nickalls 


1908 


1892 V. Nickalls . . .23 40 


1907 


1893 G. E. B. Kennedy. 24 56 


1908 


1894 V. Nickalls 23 30 


1909 


1895 V. Nickalls 25 6 


1910 


3 896 Hon. B. Guinness. 24 11 


1911 


1897 H. T. Blackstaffe .23 58 


1912 


1898 B. H. Howell 22 56 


1913 



GRAND CHALLENGE CUP, for Eight-Oars. 

Established 1839. 



1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1893 



Time m. s. 

London R.C 7 27 

Jesus College, Cam. 7 22 

Trinity Hall , Cam . . 6 5 3 \ 

Trinity Hall, Cam.. 6 56 

Thames B.C 7 1 

Thames B.C 7 4 

London B.C 7 4* 

Leander Club 6 51 

Leander Club 7 48 \ 

Leander Club 7 45 

Leander Club 7 22 

Trinity Hall, Cam.. 7 30 

Leander Club 7 43 

New College. Oxford 6 51 

Leander Club 7 13 



Time m. s. 

1899 Leander Club 7 12 

1900 Leander Club 7 6 

1901 Leander Club 7 5 

1902 Third Trinity, Cam.7 17 

1903 Leander Club 7 9 

1904 Leander Club 7 20 

1905 Leander Club 6 53 

1906 Gand Club. Belgium7 9 

1907 GandClub.Belgium7 31 

1908 Christ Church Ox'd 7 10 

1909 Gand Club, Belgium 7 8 

1910 Magdalen, Oxford 7 19 

1911 Magdalen, Oxford .7 2 

1912 Sydney B.C. (N.3.W.) 7 G 
19.3 Leander Club 7 11 




W. J. BAILEY, 

World's Champion Amateur Cyclist. 



THE S PORTIA (x CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 129 

SCULLING. 

DIAMOND CHALLENGE SCULLS.— lm. 550yls. 

Established 184-4. m. s. 

1886 F. I. Pitman, Third Trinity B.C., Cambridge 9 5 

1887 J. C. Gardner, Emmanuel College, Cambridge . 8 51 

1888 Guy Nickalls, Magdalen College. Oxford 8 35 

1839 Guy Nickalls, Magdalen College. Oxford 8 85 

1890 Guy Nickalls, Magdalen College, Oxford 8 57t 

1891 V. Nickalls, Magdalen College, Oxford 

1892 J. J. K. Ooms, Neptunus R.C.. Amsterdam 10 91 

189a Guy Nickalls, Magdalen College, Oxford 9 12 

1894 Guy Nickalls, Magdalen College, Oxford 9 32 

1895 Hon. R. Guinuess, Leander E.C 9 11 

1896 Hon R. Guinness. Leander E.C 9 35 

1897 E. II. Ten Eyck, Worcester, U.S.A 8 35 

1898 B. II. Howell, Trinity Hall. Cambridge 8 23 

1899 I*. 11. Howell, Thames E.C 8 33 

1900 E. G. Hemmerde, University College, Oxford 8 42 

1901 C. V. Fox, Guards Brigade E.C . . 8 52 

1902 F. S. Kelly, Balliol College, Oxford 8 59 

1903 F. S. Kelly, Balliol College, Oxford 8 41 

1904 L. F. Scholes, Toronto B.C 8 23 

1905 F. S. Kelly Leander Club 8 10 

1906 IT. T. Blackstaffe. Vesta E.C 8 35 

3 907 Captain W. II. Darell. Household Brigade \ . 9 24 

1908 A. G. McCulloch. Leander B.C. 8 25 '.-■ 

1909 A. A. Stuart, Kingston E.C 8 30 

1910 W. D. Kinnear, Kensington E.C 8 51 

1911 W. D. Kinnear. Kensington E.C 8 "14 : 

1912 E. W. Powell. Vikings E.C c 8 49 

1913 C. M'Villy, Herwent E.C, Tasmania 8 49 

SILVER GOBLETS, for Pair-Oars— lm. 550yds. 

Established 1845. M. ». 

1894 V. Nickalls and G. Nickalls, Formosa B.C 9 35 

1895 V. Nickalls and G. Nickalls, London E.C 9 11 

1896 V. Nickalls and G. Nickalls, London B.C. 9 10 

1897 E. E, Balfour and G. Nickalls, Leander E.C 8 59 

1898 A. Boyle and W. J. Fernie, Leander Club 8 44 

1899 C. K. Phillips and II. W. M. Willis, Leander Club... . 8 49 

1900 C. J. D Goldie and C. M. Maitland, Camb. U.B.C.. . 8 33 

1901 H. J. Hale and F. W. Warre, Balliol College. Oxford 8 50 

1902 W.D. Ward and C. W.H.Taylor, Third Trinity .Cam 8 37- 
1963 L. Klaus and A. Ehrenberg, Berlin Victoria 8 45 

1904 C, J. D. Goldie and C.W. II. Taylor, Third Trin..Cam 8 33 

1905 E. H. Nelson and P II. Thomas Third Trim. Cam. 8 40 

1906 B. C. Johnstone and E, V. Powell, Third Trim, Cam. 9 15 

1907 B. C. Johnstone and R. V. Powell, Leander B.C 8 52 

1908 H. B. Barker and A. C. Gladstone, Christ Church, 

Oxford 8 35 

1909 B. C. Johnstone and E. G. Williams, Leander B.C. . .8 30 

1910 J. S. Burn an I G. L. Thomson, Leander B.C 8 45 

1911 J. Beresford and A. H. Clou He. Thames E.C 8 15 

1912 Bruce Logan and C. G. Bought. Thames E.C 8 56 

1913 Swann and Swans, Trinity Ball 8 3J 

C0LQUH0UN SCULLS. 

(CffAMProNsaiP of the Cam.) 

1912, R. le Blanc Smith (Eton and Third Trinity). 

1913. D. J. Day (Rep ton and Lady Margaret', beat A. Swam} 
(Trinity Hall). 



150 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

AUSTRALIAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP SCULLS. N 

i@G»— M: J. Slack (Queensland) beat C. Donald (Victoria). 
1001 — J. J. Daley (New South Wales) beat M. J. SlacktQueens- 

kind) and J. A. Lumsdeu (Queensland). 
1902— J. J. Daley (New South Wales) beat J. J. Faliey (South 

Australia). 
1903 — T. Bourke (Tasmania) beat P. C. Tvens (Victoria) J. J. 

Daley (New South Wales), and TT, Barsch (Victoria). 
1904 — T. Bourke (Tasmania) beat M. J. Slack (Queensland) and 

P. C. I vens (Victoria). 
1905— T. H. Bourke (Tasmania) beat B. Evans (Tasmania), 

P. O. Ivens (Victoria), and H. J. G. Edwards (Western 

.Australia). 
190C — P. 0. Ivens (Victoria) beat W. Robinson (Tasmania) and 

H. J. Stephenson (Western Australia). 
1907— P. C. Ivens (Victoria) beat R. Green (New South Wales), 

W. Jack (Tasmania), and Hill (Western Australia). 
1908— W. Jack (Tasmania) beat H. Brasch (Victoria), J. R. 

Towns (New South Wales), and W. M. Callaglian 

(Queensland). ,'.-.. 
1909— J. B. Towns (New South Wales) beat F. Coverdale 

(Tasmania), A. Richards (Victoria), and A. Dennis 

(Queensland). 
1910— C. McVilly (Tasmania) beat P. C. Ivens (Victoria) and A. 

Priddle (New South Wales). 
1911— C. McVilly (Tasmania) beat J. R. Towns (New South 

Wales) and H. E. Stevens (Victoria). 
1912.— II. Green (New South Wales) beat J. B. Rogers (Western 

Australia) and F. Coverdale (Tasmania). 
1913 — F. Coverdale (Tasmania) beat J. Fyfe-Marr (Queensland). 



THE CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE. 
PORT OF LONDON AUTHORITY DISTANCES, 

Distance Distance 
Distance from from from 

London Bridge. Ptny. Bridge. Ft. to Pt. 

M. 

To Putney Bridge 7 

To Putney Pier 7 

To Craven Cottage 8 

To Crab Tree 8 

Hammersmith Bridge 9 

Chiswick Church 10 

Barnes Bridge 10 

To Ship, Mortlake 11 

4 miles 374 yards.=74l4 . 

THE COURSE AND ITS RECORD. 

The course is from Putney Bridge to the Ship at Mortlake, 
in all four miles and a Quarter. 

The distances to the various landmarks on the river are as 
follows : — 

Mies Furlongs 

Putney to Hammersmith 1 6 1 

Chiswick Church 2 5£ 

Barnes Bridge 3 5 

„ Ship, Mortlake 4 2 



Y. 


M. 


Y. 


Yards. 


616 . 


• — 


. — 


• — 


792 . 


. 


176 


176 


. 


. 


1144 


968 


1078 . 


. 1 


462 


. 107S 


198 . 


. 1 


1342 


880 


22 . 


2 


1166 


. 1584 


1606 . 


. 3 


990 


. 1584 


990 . 


. 4 


374 


. 1144 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 131 

The sculling' record for ..-the championship course was made by 
Ernest Barry, when he raced George Towns for the Championship 
of England, on October 12th, 1908. On that day he had good tide 
and weather, but bad water. His times at the various points were ; 

M. 8. 

Putney Bridge to Mile-post 4 44 

Hammersmith Bridge 8 24 

Chiswick Steps 13 10 

Barnes Bridge 17 57 

Ship, Mortlake . 21 12% 



PROFESSIONAL SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. m. s. 

1857 H. Kelley beat J. Messenger, P. to M. (May 12) 24 3o 

1859 B. Chambers beat H. Kelley, P. to M. (Sept, 25). . . 25 25 

1860 B. Chambers beat T. White, P. to M. (Sept. 18) 23 15 

1863 B. Chambers beat G. W. Everson, P. to M. (April 14)25 27 
1863 B. Chambers beat B. Green, P. to M. (June 16) 25 25 

1865 H. Kelly beat B. Chambers, P. to M. (Aug. 8) 23 26 

1866 II. Kelley beat J. Hamill, on Tyne (July 4) . 32 45 

1858 B. Chambers beat J. Sadler, P. to M. (Nor. 22). . . .25 4 

1887 H. Kelley beat B. Chambers, on Tyne (May 6) 31 47 

1868 J. Benforth beat H. Kelley, P. to M. (Nov. 17) 23 15 

1874 J. H. Sadler beat B. Bagnall, P. to M. (April 17). . .24 15 

1875 J. H. Sadler beat B, W. Boyd. P. to M. (Nov. 15) . . .28 5 

1876 E. Trickett beat J. H. Sadler, P. to M. (June 27). .,24 45 

1877 B, W. Boyd beat W. Nicholson, on Tyne (March 19). 25 40 

1877 B. W. Boyd beat J. Higgins, P. to M. (May 28) 28 24 

1877 J. Higgins beat B. W. Boyd, P. to M. (Oct. 8) 24 10 

1877 E. Trickett beat M. Bush, on Paramatta (June 30). 23 27£ 

1878 J. Higgins beat B. W. Boyd, on Tyne (Jan. 14) foul 

1878 J. Higgins beat W. Elliott, P. to M. (June 3) 24 38 

1878 W. Elliott beat B. W. Boyd, P. to M. (Sept, 17). . . foul 

1879 W. Elliott beat J. Higgins, on Tyne (Feb. 17) 22 1 

1879 E. Hanlan beat W. Elliott, on Tyne (June 16) 21 21 

1880 E. Hanlan beat E. Trickett, P. to M. (Nov. 15) 26 12 

1881 E. Hanlan beat E. C. Laycock, P. to M. (Feb. 14). .25 41 
3882 E. Hanlan beat B. W. Boyd, on Tyne (April 3) 21 25 

1882 E. Hanlan beat E. Trickett, P. to M. (May 1) 28 

1881 E. Hanlan beat E. C. Laycock, on Nepean Biver, 

N.S.W. (May 22) ^ ■ 

1884 W. Beach beat E. Hanlan, on Paramatta Biver, 

N.S.W. (Aug. 16) 

1885 W. Beach beat T. Clifford, on Paramatta (Feb. 28) . .26 
1885 ' W. Beach beat E. Hanlan, on Paramatta (March 28) .22 51 
1885 W. Beach beat N. Matlerson, on Paramatta (Dec. 18) 24 11 

1885 W. Beach beat J. Gaudaur, P. to M. (Sept. 18) 22 29 

188S W. Beach beat Wallace Boss, P. to M. (Sept. 25) . . .23 5 
1887*W. Beach beat E. Hanlan, on Nepean (Nov. 26). . .19 55 1 

1888 P. Kemp beat T. Clifford, on Paiamatta (Feb. 11). .23 47£ 
1888 P. Kemp beat E. Hanlan, on Paramatta (May 5). ..21 26 
1888 P. Kemp beat E. Hanlan, on Paramatta (Sept. 28). 21 25 
1888 TT. Searle beat P. Kemp, on Paramatta (Oct. 27). . .22 43V 

1890 J. Stanbury beat W.O'Connor.on Paramatta( June 30)22 59 

1891 J. Stanbury beat J. M'Lean, on Paramatta (April 28 

and July 7) 22 LU 

1.892 J. Stanbury beat T. Sullivan, on Paramatta (May 2). 17 2fii 
1896 J. Stanbury beat C. B. Harding, P. to M. (July 13) . .21 51 

1896 J. Gaudaur beat J. Stanbury, P. to M. (Sept, 7) 23 1 

1901 G. Towns beat J. Gaudaur, on Lake of the Woods, 

Canada (Sept, 7) 20 30 

1904 G. Towns beat A. Tresidder, on Paramatta (July 30). 21 48 1 

1905 J. Stanbury beat G. Towns, on Paramatta (July 24) . 19 50 

1906 G. Towns beat J. Stanbury, on Paramatta (Julv 28). 19 5:U 
1907TG. Towns beat E. Durnan, on 'Nepean (March 2). ..22 27 



152 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Professional Sculling Championship — Continued. m, s. 

1907 W. Webb beat C. Towns, on Paramatta (August 3). 20 45 

1908 W. Webb beat A. Tresidder, on Wanganui, N.Z. 

(February 25) 20 28 

1908 E. Arnst beat W. Webb, on Wanganui (Dec 16). .19 52- 

1909 R, Arnst eat W. Webb, on Wanganui (June 22). . 18 14rs 

1910 R. Arnst beat Whelch, on Akaroa Harbour, M.Z. 

(April 4), . .- .21 503.5 

1910 E. Arnst beat E. Barry, on Zambesi (August 18). .20 14 3 r, 
191UB. Arnst beat H. Pearce, on Paramatta (July 29). .19 46 
1912 Ernest Barry beat P. Arnst, P. to M. (July 29). . .23 8 

1912 Ernest Barry beat E. Durnan, P. to M. (October 14) 22 31 

1913 Ernest Barry beat Harry Pearce, Putney to Mortlake 

(July 21) 24 9 ; 

* W. Beach resigned " World's Championship " to P. Kemp. 

* Afterwards resigned, when challenged by his brother, C. Towns. 
% Eecord for the course (3 miles 330 yards). 



CHAMPIONSHIPS OF ENGLAND. 

1882 J. Largan beat H. Pearce and E.C. Laycock, P. toM. M. £?. 
(June 20) 24 5 

1886 G. Perkins beat N. Matterson, on Thames (May 24) . 27 26 

1887 G. Bubear beat G. Perkins, on Tyne (Feb. 7) 23 34 

1888 W. Ross beat G. Bubear. P. to M. (Feb. 13) 23 16 

1888 H. E. Searle beat W. O'Connor, P. to M. (Sept. 9). 23 38 

1889 H. Searle beat W. O'Connor. P. to M. (Sept. 9). . .22 42 
1891 W. G. East beat G. J. Perkins, on Tyne (Nov. 30). 24 26 
1893 G. Bubear, beat G. H. Hosmer, P. to M. (Jan. 30). 27 25 
1893 T. Sullivan beat G. Bubear. P. to M. (Sept, 25). . .22 30 
1895 C. E, Harding beat T. Sullivan, on Tyne (Feb. 16). 21 15 
1895 C. E. Harding beat T. Sullivan. P. to M. (Sept. 9). 22 59 

1898 W. A. Barry beat G. Towns, P. to M. (Sept. 25). .23 23 

1899 G. Towns beat W. A, Barry. P. to M. (May 1) 24 2 

1900 G. Towns beat J. Wray, P, to M. (Sept. 10) 24 2 

1908 E, Barry beat G. Towns, P. to M. (Oct. 12) ..... .21 12? 

1911 E. Barry beat W. Albany, P. to M. (May 1) 23 2 

1911 E. Barry beat W. Fogwell, P. to M. (Sept, 11) 22 4 

1912 E. Barry beat E. Durnan. P. to M. (Oct. 14) 22 31 

1913 Ernest Barry beat Harry Pearce. P. to M. (July 21) . 24 9 



CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. 

(3 miles 300 yards on the Parramatta River), 
1913— A. Felton defeated Charles Towns 
1913— J as. Paddon defeated Alfred Felton. 

DOGGETT'S COAT AND BADGE. 

(Course, London Bridge to Chelsea.) 
Instituted 1715 by Thomas Doggett, for the encouragement of 
(^ good rowing amongst Thames watermen. 



1892 G. Webb, Gravesend 

1893 J, Harding, .jun., Chelsea 
1984 F. Pearce, Hammersmith 

1895 J. H. Gibson, Putney 

1896 R. J. Carter. Greenwich 

1897 T. Bullman, Shadwell 

1898 A.J. Carter, Greenwich 

1899 J. Bee, Hammersmith 

1900 J. J. Turffrey, Bankside 

1901 A. H. Brewer, Putney 
* 02 B. G. Odell, Lambeth 



1904 W. A. Pizzey, Lambeth 

1905 H. Silvester, H'mersmith 

1906 E. L. Brewer, Putney 

1907 A. T. Cook, Hammersmith 

1908 J. Graham, Erith 

1909 G. E. Luck, Erith 

1910 E. J. Pocock. Eton 

1911 W. J. W. Fisher, Millwall 

1912 L E. Francis, Kingston- 

on-Thames 

1913 G. H. J. Gebbett, 



1903 E. Barry, Brentford I Greenwich 



TdffE SPORTING CHRONICLE AXXUAL. 133 

ICE SKATING. 

{The following Records are included by the courtesy of the Xational 
Skating Association of Great Britain). 

SPEED. 

AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP OF GREAT BRITAIN. 

(Winner also holds Cup presented by the late King- Edward VIE) 
Course— 1 J miles with three or five turns. 

Winner Runner-up Where, held win. sec 

1880— F. Xorman . . . .L. Tebbutt . . .Welsh Harp ... 5 23 % 

1S81 — F. Norman T. Webber Lingay Fen ... 5 44% 

1887— R. Wallis W. Wadsley . . Cowbit ... 5 41 % 

3 889— W. Eoveday . . . .L Eoveday Lingay Fen ... 5 1336 

1890— W. Eoveday I. Eoveday . . .Lingay Fen 5 16% 

1891 — W. Housden . . . W. Eoveday . . Swavesey 5 42 

1892— J. C. Aveling . . A. E. Tebbit .. Lingay Fen .. . 5 19 j 

1895— A. E. Tebbit . . C. G. Tebbutt .. Swavesey 5 10 

1900*-E. E. Tebbit ..H. A. Palmer .Littleport 5 80% 

1902 t-A. E. Tebbit . . W. Pridgeon .. Lingay Fen .. . 5 10% 

1905*-A. E. Tebbit . . F. W. Dix Lingay Fen ... 5 15% 

1908— F. W. IMx H.'C. Hudson. . Lingay Fen ... 4 37% 

1909— F. W. Lnx A. E. Tebbit . .Lingay Fen ... 4 41 % 

1912 F. W. Dix IE C.Hudson .Lingay Fen .. . 4 43% 

* Over course with five turns, 

t In 1902 Mr. Tebbit won the Field Club Cup outright, when. the 
late King presented a Cup. 

PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP OF GREAT BRITAIN. 
Course — 1£ miles with three or five turns. 

Winner Runner-up Where held ruin, sec- 

1879 — G. 'Fish' Smart. H. Carter Thorney 6 2 

1881 — G. 'Fish' Smart. A. Dewsbury . .Crowland 5 23% 

1887 — G. 'Fish' Smart. I. See Swavesey .... 5 38% 

1889 — • James Smart. . .G. See Lingay Fen ... 5 4 

1890 — James Smart. . .G. See Lingay Fen ... 4 52 Ys 

1892— G. See W. Boon Lingay Fen ... 5 13% 

1895 — -James Smart. . .F. Ward Swavesey 4 46% 

1900— F.Ward G.T.Ward ...littleport 5 33% 

1902 — J. Bates W. Housden . .Lingay Fen ... 5 29% 

1905*-F Ward G. T. Ward . . .Lingay Fen ... 5 8% 

1908 — S. Greenhall .. .W. Housden . . Lingay Feu .. . 4 52 

1912— S. Greenhall . . ,E. Wells Lingay Fen ... 4 44% 

* Over course with live turns. 



INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR RACE 
(Prixce or Orange Cup). 
1. — A Mile- and- a-Half with Three Turns. 

Winner Where held ruin. sec. 

1890— Dec. 24 ...J. F. Honohue (America) .Lingay Fen. 4 46 
2.- — Oxe Mile with Three Turns. 

1892— Jan. 26. . .J. J. Eden (Holland) Lingay Fen . 3 25 

1893— Jan. 21 L C. Aveling (England) . . .Lingay Fen. 3 25% 

3.— Oxe Mile Circular Course. 
1895— Feb. 5 . . .IE A. Palmer (England) . . .Welsh TIarp.3 18% 
In future the distance for this race will be 1,500 metres. 



HAYES FISHER CUP. 
Professioxal Three Mile Race. 

Winner Where held mi n. sec. 

1895— Jan. :3i . . . W. Housden Littleport . 1 1 89 > r, 



134 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

DUDDLESTON CUP. 
Amateur Members' Mile Race with Three Turns. 

Winner Where held min. sec. 

1894— Jan. 8 . . . J. C. Aveling .Lingay Fen. 3 27% 

1895— Jan. 11 ... A. E. Tebbit Littleport .3 31 

1897— Jan. 28 ... P. J. Evison Littleport . 3 322* 

1903— Jan. 1 7 ... A. E. Tebbit Lingay Fen . 3 27% 

1908— Jan. 6 . . . F. W. Dix Lingay Fen .3 44 V 5 



BRITISH RECORDS ESTABLISHED IN THE FENS. 
Amateur. 
Winner Distance Course min. sec. 

1893— J. C. Aveling J Mile . . Straight . . 38 

1893— J. C. Aveling i Mile . . 1 turn ... 1 34V, 

1912— F. W. Dix 1 Mile . . Straight . .2 27Ys 

1890— J. F. Donoghue (of America) . 1 Mile . .2 turns . . .3 8H 

1908— F. W. Dix 1 Mile . . 3 turns ... 3 12 

1909— F. W. Dix li miles. 3 turns . . .4 37 

Professional. 

1887— G. See 4 Mile.. 1 turn ...1 33V, 

1912— S. Greenhall 1 Mile . .Straight . .2 32 Ys 

1890— James Smart 1 Mile . . 2 turns ... 3 8 

1893— Martin Kingma (of Holland) .1 Mile . .3 turns . . .3 8 

1885 — James Smart li Miles 3 turns . . .4 45 

1887 — James Smart 3 Miles .6 turns . . .9 52% 

James Smart skated 10 miles at Spalding in 36min. 39sec. 
Mr. A. E. Tebbit and the late Mr. II. A. Palmer skated a dead- 
heat race of 37* miles on the Cam in 2hrs., Imin., Usee. 



FIGURE SKATING, 

The Figure Committee carries out the various ice figure-skating 
Competitions, appoints Judges for the figure tests, and generally 
subject to the rules and Council, controls all matters relating to 
ice figure-skating. 



FIGURE COMPETITIONS. 

Challenge Shield for Combined Figure Skating. 



1896 Davos Platz S.C. 

1897 Davos Platz S.C. 

1898 Mr. C, E. Bell's team 

1899 Mr. C. E. Bell's team 
1900-1 No competition 

1902 Mr. H. D. Hoffman's team 



1903 Mr. H. D. Hoffman's team 

1904 Mr. H. D. Hoffman's team 

1905 10 No competition 

1911 Combined F.S.C. 

1912 Wimbledon S.C. 

1913 Wimbledon S.C. 



English ChxUllenge Cup for Single Skating in the English 
Style. 
In 1901 the Association decided to devote this Cup to the 
encouragement of single skating in the English style. Since 190o 
this Competition has constituted the Championship of Great 
Britain in the English style. 

Winners : — ■ 

1902 F. G. Fedden, Combined' 1911 A. J. Davidson, 

F.S.C, i Wimbledon S.C. 

1903 H. Morris, Combined i 1912 H. Morris. 

F.S.C. | 1913 A. 11. Burness, 

1904 Miss P. Squire, Davos S.C. St. Moritz S.A, 
1905-10 No competition I 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL* 135 

Championship of Great Britain in the International Style. 
Single Skating. 
For the Swedish Challenge Cup, which at the N.S.A. 
Commemoration, in 1902, Col, Balck, President of the I.S.U., 
presented to the N.S.A. in the name of the, Stockholms Allmanna 
skridskoklub. The Competition was instituted hi 1903 as the 
Swedish Challenge Cup, and hi 1905 was constituted the Champion- 
ship in the International style. 

WiriMn :— 

1903 Mrs. Syers, F.S.C. i 1909 J. K. Greig, F.S.C. 

1904 Mrs. Syers, F.S.C. ! 1910 J. K. Greig, F.S.C. 

1905 H. Torrome, F.S.C. I 1911 Mrs. G. Smith, F.S.C. 

1906 H. Torrome, F.S.C. 1912 A. Gumming, F.S.C. 

1907 J. K. Greig, F.S.C, 1913 Basil Williams, F.S.C. 

1908 Mrs. G. Smith, F.S.C. ' 

Hand-in-Hand Prize. 
1911 — A. J. Davidson and Miss D. R. Jameson. 
4 1912 — A. J. Davidson and Miss D. R. Jameson. 

1913— C. B. Dewhurst and Miss Ada Dyson. 



WINNERS OF INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

(Only Amateur Competitions are recognised by the International 

Skating Union.) 

Speed . — World 's Champions hip. 

Decided over four distances, namely, 500, 1,500, 5,000, and 
10,000 metres. 
Winner Where held 

1893— J. J. Eden (Holland) : Amsterdam 

1895 — jr. J. Eden (Holland) tlamar 

1896— J. J. Eden (Holland) St, Petersburg 

1897— T. K. McCulloeh (Canada) Montreal 

1898— P. Oestlund (Norway) Davos 

1899— P. Oestlund (Norway) Berlin 

1900 — E. Engelsaas (Norway) Christiania 

1001— F. Wathen (Finland) Stockholm 

1904 — P. Sinnerud (Norway) Christiania 

1905— De Koning (Holland) Groningen 

1908— O. Mathiesen (Norway) . . .Davos 

1909 — O. Mathiesen (Norway) Christiania 

1910 — -N. Strunnikoff (Russia) Melsingfors 

1911 — N. Strmmikoff (Russia) Tronhdjem 

1912 — O. Mathiesen (Norway) Christiania 

1913 — O. Mathiesen (Norway) Helshigfors 

FIGURE SKATING. 
Championship of the World. 
1896 — G. Fuchs (Miinchner Eislauf-Verein) . . . . : .St. Petersburg 

1897— G. Hiigel (Wiener E. V.) Stockholm 

1898— H. Grenander (S.A.S.) .London 

1899— G. Hiigel (I.S.C.D.) Davos 

1900— G. Hiigel (I.S.C.D.) Davos 

1901— TJ. Salchow (S.A.S.) Stockholm 

1902 — U. Salcliow (S.A.S.) London 

1903— U. Salchow (S.A.S.) St. Petersburg 

1904— X T . Salchow (S.A.S.) Berlin 

1905 — U. Salchow (S.A.S.) Stockholm 

1906— (I. Fuchs 1M.E.V.) Munich 

1907 — U. Salchow (S.A.S.) Vienna 

1908— U. Salchow (S.A.S.) .Troppau 

1909— U. Salchow (S.A.S.) Stockholm 

1910— U. Salchow (S.A.S.) »• Davos 

1911— U. SalchoAv (S.A.S.) Berlin 

1912— F. Kachler (C.E.V.) Manchester 

1913 — F. Kachler (C.E.V.) Vienna 



IZQ THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Championship of Eup.orE. 
Winner. Where held. 

1-891 — O. Uhlig (Berliner Eislauf-Verein) .Hamburg 

1892 — Ed. Engelmann (Training Eisclub, Wien) . .Vienna 
1893 — Competition annulled by vote of I.S.U. . .Berlin 

1894 — Ed. Engelmann (T.E.C.) Vienna 

1895 — T. von Foldvary (Budapester Eislauf- Budapest 

Verein). 
1896-7 — Competition was not held. 
1898 — U. Salchow (Stockholms Allmanna 

Skridskoklub) Trondhjem 

1899— U. Salchow (S.A.S.) Davos 

1900 — IT. Salchow (S.A.S.) .Berlin 

1901— G. Hiigel (Intern. Schlittschuh-Club 

Davos) Vienna '''-■" 

1902-3 — Competition was not held 

1904 — IT. Salchow (S.A.S.) Davos 

1905 — Max Bohatsch (Wiener Eislauf-Verein) . . .Bonn *\ 

1906— IT. Salchow (S.A.S.) Davos 

1907— IT. Salchow (S.A.S.) Berlin 

1908— E. Herz (C.E.V. Wien) Warsaw 

1909— IT. Salchow (S.A.S.) Budapest 

1910— IT. Salchow (S.A.S.) Berlin 

1911— P. Thoren (S.A.S.) St. Petersburg 

1912— G. Sandahl Stockholm 

1913— IT. Salchow (S.A.S.) Christiania 

Ladies' Championship of the I.S.U. 
1906— Mrs. E. M. S vers' (Figure Skating Club) . .Davos 

1907— Mrs. E. M. Syers (F.S.C.) Vienna 1 

1908 — Fraulein Kronberger (Budapester E.V.). . . .Troppau 

1909— Fraulein Kronberger (B.E.V.) Budapest 

1910 — Eraulein Kronberger (B.E.V.) Berlin 

1911 — Fraulein Kronberger (B.E.V.) Vienna 

1912— Fraulein Meray -Horvath (B.E.V.) Davos 

1913— Fraulein Meray Horvath (B.E.V.) Stockholm ] 

Pair Skating Championship of the I.S.U. 
1908— Fraulein Hubler and H. Burger (M.E.V.). .St, Petersburg 

1909— Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson (F.S.C.) Stockholm 

1910— Fraulein Hubler and H, Burger (M.E.V.). .Berlin 
1911— Fraulein Eilers (B.S.S.) and W. Jakobsson 

(Helsingfors S.C.) Vienna 

1912— Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson (F.S.C.) Manchester 

1913 — Fraulein N. Engelmann and K. Mejscrik. . .Stockholm 



ROLLER SKATING. 

AMATEUR ROLLER FIGURE CHAMPIONSHIP OF 
GREAT BRITAIN. 

(International Style.) 
First. Second. Where held. 

1910— W. Stanton D. Resta Maida Vale 

1911— W. Stanton D. Resta Holland Park 

1912 — D. Resta Miss Lodge ... Holland Park 

1913— W. Stanton Miss Lodge ... Holland Park 

(English Style.) 

1911— R. S. Hewett .... .R. M. Hewett Olympia' 

1912— R. S. Hewett K. H. George Holland Park 

1913— J. L. Prescott K.H.George Brook Green 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 15? 

HAND-IN-HAND COMPETITION. 
Winner. Where held. 

1912 — K. Harrev-George and Miss Hewett Holland Park 

1913 — J. L. Prescott and Miss I. Trenaman Brook Green. 

AMATEUR ROLLER SPEED CHAMPIONSHIPS OF GSEAT 

BRITAIN. 
An Amateur Speed Championship on Rollers was first instituted 
in 1394, the distance being- one mile. Owing to the lanse of Roller 
Skating a Championship was not held again until the Season ol 
1905-0. over a distance of one-and-a-half mile. 

In 1910 the distance was again altered to one mile, and a new 
Championship at Five Miles was instituted. 

One Mile. 
First. Second. Where held. 

1894— C. J. Wilson — Wandsworth 

One-and-a-Half Mii.es. 

1906— C. J. Wilson — Crystal Palacs 

1907— C. J. Wilson — 

1908— C. J. Wilson P. Miller , 

1909— J. Price P.Miller 

One Mile. 

1910— H. F. O'Hagan J. Price Maida Vale 

1911 — D. M. Swain O. Lerwill Olympia 

1912 — S. B. Cole J. F. Lunn Earl's Court; 

1913— W. R .Bowley W. G. Cox Holland Park 

Five Miles. 

1910— E. Meredith S. F. Casey Maida Vale 

1911 — L. Meredith A. R. Eglington . .Olympia 

1912 — A. R. Eglington H. J. Delahaye . .Earl's Court 

1913— 3. S. Clarkson S. B. Cole .Holland Park 

PROFESSIONAL ROLLER SPEED CHAMPIONSHIP OF 
GREAT BRITAIN. 
One-and-a-Half Miles. 
First. Second. Where held,. 

1906— Hal Berte — Crystal Palace 

1907— A. H. Bear — 

1908— A. H. Bear P. F. Powell , 

1909— C. J. Wilson A. H. Bear „ „ / 

One Mile. 

1910— C. J. Wilson S. Greenall Maida Vala 

1911 — C. J. Wilson S. Greenall Brixton 

BRITISH AMATEUR SPEED RECORDS. 

Distance. min. sec. Where made. 

1 mile —A. R. Eglinton 2 48% . . Olympia 

2 miles — A. R. Eglinton 5 554s . . Olympia 

3 miles — A. R. Eglinton 9 1% . . Olympia 

4 miles — A. R. Eglinton 12 19^5 . . Olympia 

5 miles— F. E. Barker 15 29 . . Olympia 

6 miles — H. J. Delahaye 20 20 .. Holland Park 

7 miles— H. J. Delahaye 23 50 . . Holland Park 

8 miles— H. J. Delahaye 27 20% . . Holland Park 

9 miles— H. J. Delahaye 30 48 . . Holland Park 

10 miles— H.J. Delahaye.. 34 16 .. Holland Park 

15 miles— H. J. Delahaye 51 19 .. Holland Park 

H. J. Delahaye skated 17 miles, 956 yards, 6in., in l hour at 

Holland Park. 
UNPAGED RECORD. 
1 mile — W. R. Bowley 3 2Yz . . Holland Park 



138 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 

RIFLE SHOOTING. 



WINNERS OF THE KING'S PRIZE. 



1860 Pr E Boss, 7th Nth York 
l861*Pr Jopling.2nd Sth Midd 

1862 Sgt Pixley, YictoriaRifles 

1863 Sergt Roberts, 12th Shrop 
3864 Pr Wyatt,LondonRifle B 

1865 Pr Sharman, 4th W York 

1866 Pr Cameron, 6th Invernss 

1867 Sergt Lane, Bristol Rifles 
1868 tLt Carslake,5th Somerset 
1869-tCpl Cameron, 6th Inverns 

1870 Pr Humphries. 6th Surrey 

1871 En Humpbry.Cambrdge U 

1872 Sgt Michie,LondnSeottsh 

1873 Sgt Menzies. Queen'sEdin 

1874 Pr Atkinson, 1st Durham 

1875 Capt Pearse, 18th Devon 

1876 Sgt Pullman, 2nd S Midd 

1877 Pr Jamieson, 15th Lanes 

1878 Private Rae, 11th Stirling 
1870 Corpl Taylor, 47th Lanes 

1880 Pr Ferguson, 1st Argyle 

1881 Pr T Beck. 3rd Devon 

1882 Sgt Lawrence, IstDmbrtn 

1883 Sgt Mackay. 1st Sutherlnd 

1884 Pr Gallant. 8th Middlesex 

1885 Sergt Buhner, 2nd Lincoln 

1886 Pr Jackson, 1st Lincoln 

1887 Lieut Warren, 1st Midd 

* Private Jopling, Lord Bury 



1888 Pr Fulton, 13th Middlesex 

1889 Sergeant Reid, 1st Lanark 

1890 Sergt Bates, 1st Warwick 

1891 Private Dear.Queen'sEdin 

1892 Major Pollock, 3rd Argyle 

and Sutherland 

1893 Sgt Davies, 1st V B Welsh 

1894 Pr Eennie, 3rd Lanark RV 
1895 §Pr Has hurst, Canada 

1896 LtThompson.Queen'sEdin 

1897 Pr W T Ward, 1st Devon 

1898 Lieut Yates, 3rd Lanark 

1899 Pr W Priaulx, GuemseyM 
1900JPr W T Ward, 1st Devon 

1901 L-CplHOmmundsen,QnEd 

1902 Lieut Johnson,LondonRB 

1903 iC-SgtDa vies, SrdGlamorgn 

1904 Private S J Perry, Canada 

1905 Ar-Sgt Comber, 2ndESury 

1906 Capt Davies, 1st Middlesex 

1907 Lieut Addison, Australia 

1908 Pr G Gray, 5th Scot Rifles 

1909 CorplHGBurr,London RB 

1910 CorplRadice, Oxford Univ 

1911 W J Clifford, Canada 

1912 Pr A G Fulton, Queen's 

Westminsters 

1913 Pr W Hawkins, Canada 
and Mr. Bingham tied. 



r Corporal Peake (6th Lancashire) obtained a higher score, but 
was disqualified for using other than regulation wads. 

% Corporal Cameron, Sergt. Davies, and Private Ward have won 
the Prize twice, while Private Rae tied in 1874 and won in 1878. 

§ First and second money prizes (value £310) divided equally 
between Private Hayhurst and Private J. Boyd, 3rd Lanark, who 
tied. On shooting off Private Hayhurst took the medal and badge. 



THE ST. GEORGE'S CHALLENGE 

1900 



1880 Corporal King, 2nd Wilts 

1881 Sgt Heiton, 2nd Renfrew 

1882 Lt Stevens, 15th Midd 

1883 Pr Wilson. 13th Middlesex 

1884 Pr Osborne. 1st Warwick 

1885 Pr Fergusson. 2nd Perths 

1886 Pr G Marr, 1st Cheshire 

1887 Lieut Hole. 2nd Somerset 

1888 Srgt Ford.2nd South Staff 

1889 Sergt Lowson.lst Lanark 

1890 CptGibbs.GlosCr Engin's 

1891 Cpl Ritchie, 2nd Renfrew 

1892 Private Gray, 1st Norfolk 

1893 Private Henery, 20th Mid 
1-894 Staff-Sergt King, Canada 

1895 Sergt M'Neill, K O S B 

1896 Sergt Fulton, 13th Midd 

1897 Sgt Manfiel(1.2ndWSm*rey 

1898 T.ance-Cpl Fleming.4thSR 

1899 Cpl Ojimnmdsen.5thRSet I 



1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 

1906 
1907 

1908 
1909 



1911 
1912 



1913 



VASE (Founded 1862). 
Sgt Fulton, 13thMiddlesex 
Pr J Many, 1st Guernsey 
Spr D Murchie, lstLnk En 
Capt JohnsomLondon RB 
Maj J Howard, 4th LdnlY 
Lieut-Col R P Sandeman 

Gloucester I Y 
Col Wilson, 2nd Liverpool 
Private R. T. Gibson, 2nd 

Lanark 
St W M Foster. 6thHamp. 
Pr J P Welch, W Kent 

Yeomanry 
Lieut Humphrey, Cam- 
bridge University 
T A Sparks,late 21stL'don 
Lance-Cpl. H A Mann, 

H.A.C. 
Pr A G Fulton, Queen's 
Westminsters 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. B9 

ST. GEORGE'S CHALLENGE VASE— Continued. 
The record for fine marksmanship was established at Bisley Rifle 
Camp on July 23, 1908. by Colonel Gibbs. of Gloucester, in an 
attempt to beat a string of 51 bulls put on by Mr. Maurice Blood 
(I R A ) at 900 vards. Until that shoot of Mr. Blood's Colonel 
Gibbs held the 900 yards record with 34 bulls, and not willing to 
lose the honour he set hhmelf the task of beating it, and fired no 
fewer than 57 shots dead on the bull before dropping into the 
inner, making in all at one shoot 285 points. 

ELCHO SHIELD. 
1913— Scotland, Total 1,732 ; England, 1,722 : Ireland, 1.609. 



ASHBURTON SHIELD. 

1913— Repton School, Total, 501 : Rugby, 503 ; Lancing, 500. 



EMPIRE CHALLENGE TROPHY. 

1913— Great Britain, Total, 2,210 ; Australia, 2,120 ; Canada, 
2,073 ; India, 1,953. 



NATIONAL TROPHY (Territorials). 
1913— England, Total, 1,906 ; Ireland, 1,887 ; Scotland, 1,882 ; 
Wales, 1,837. 



ALEXANDRA. 

1913— Private A. T. Rowland, 6th N. Staffs— Total 70. 



PRINCE OF WALES. 
1913— Lieut. J. P. Somers, late Inns of Court O.T.C.— Total 84. 



QUEEN MARY'S PRIZE. 
1913— Col.-Sergt. C. E*. Thomas, 5th R, Sussex— Total 162. 



ALL COMERS AGGREGATE. 
1913— Private A. T. Rowland, 6th N. Staffs.— Total 171. 



GRAND AGGREGATE (Dominion of Canada Trophy). 
1913— Sergt. G. M'Haffie, late 5th K.O.S.B.— Total 314. 

TERRITORIAL AGGREGATE. 
1913— Sergt. H. Ommundsen, 4th R. Scots Res.— Total 287. 



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WINNERS OF THE GRAND PRIX DU CASINO. 



1872 U.S.A.. .Mr.G.L.Lorillard 

1873 England. Mr. J. Jee, Y.C. 

1874 England. Sir William Call 

1875 England. Capt. A. Pat ton 

1876 England. Capt. A. Patton 

1877 England. Mr. W. A. Yeo 

1878 England.Mr. H. C. Pennell 

1879 England.Mr. E. Hopwood 

1880 Austria .Ct. M. Esterhazy 

1881 Belgium. M. G. Camaner 

1882 Prance .Ct.deSt.Quentin 

1883 England.Mr. J. Roberts 

1884 Italy Count di Caserta 

1885 Belgium. M. Dorlodot 

1886 Italy Signor Guidicini 

1887 Italy Count Salina 

1888 England. Mr. C. Seaton 



1893 Italy Signor Guidicini 

1894 Austria. .Count C. Zichy 

1895 Italy. . . .Signr Benvenuti 

1896 France .M. IT. Journu 

1897 Italy . .Signor G.Grasselli 

1898 England . Mr. Curling 

1899 Prance.. M. E. Moncorge 

1900 Spain . . .Count O'Brien 

1901 Prance .M. Guyot 

1902 Italy . . . Signor J.Grasselli 

1903 England., "apt. P. Johnson 

1904 Italy. . . .Signor Schianini 

1905 Italy . . .SignorllGrasselli 

1906 Italy . . .SignorHGrasselli 

1907 England.Mr. Hall 

1908 Austria. .Count O. Czernin 

1909 Italy Signor Cassiari 



1889 England.Mr. V. Dicks | 1910 Italy Signor Yigano 

1890 Italy. . . .Signor Guidicini 1911 England.Mr. E. Moore 

1891 Italy Count L. Gajoli 1912 Prance .M. Ties Chaux 

1892 Austria. .Ct. Trauttmans- 1913 France. .Count Lareinty 

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E EM ARKABLE PEEFOBMANCES. 

100 pigeons killed in succession— Capt. A. H. Bogardus, against 
time, 30yds. rise, 80yds. boundary, gun held below elbow till 
bird was on the wing, use of one barrel only, Chicago, 111., 
July 21, 1869. 

100 pigeons killed in succession — Al. Bandle, Hurlingham rules 
(except 10-gauge gun), 5 ground traps. 30yds. rise, using fence 
(80yds.) for boundary, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 25, 1888. 

100 birds in succession — At Kansas City, on October 4, 1899, 
J. A. E. Elliott defeated W. E. Crosby, of Baiavia, N.Y., in a 
match for the St. Louis Republic Cup. killing 100 birds in 
succession to Crosby's 97. Elliott killed 100 consecutively at 
Kansas, October 12, 1894, in a match with Dr. Carver. 

94 pigeons killed out of 50 pairs, John Taylor, match, Greenville, 

N.J., November 23, 1865. 
49 birds out of 50 single, 25yds., Miss Annie Oakley, Gloucester, 

N.J., July, 30, 1888. 

223 birds out of 250— E. D. Fulford, 30yds. rise, fence boundary, 
(about 80vds.), Hurlingham rules, 5 traps, match with J. L. 
Brewer (killed 216), Woodlawn Park, L.I., December 12, 1891. 

6 out of 10 trained birds, with ioz. shot, and one barrel — J. 
Shovelton, of Wigan, against II. Elliott, of Ovenden, at the 
Halifax Bacecourse, May 23, 1892. Gun below the elbow, and 
60yds. boundary. A strong wind aided the birds. 

17 best blue rocks in succession, with lloz. shot, two barrels, 
out of five traps, five yards apart— J. Shovelton, of Wigan. 
against E. H. Marlor, of Denton, at Preston, March 3, 1894. 

& out of 11 best blue rocks, 45yds. rise — W, Barnes in a match 
•with J. Baker, at Wit ton. Birmingham, January 24th, 1895. 



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14*2 single pigeons killed in succession, from traps, high wind 
blowing, by "Win. Crosby, May 21 and 22, 1901, at Springfield, 
El., U.S.A. 

50 pigeons in succession from 33 yards with the first barrel, 
F. Coleman, May 31, 1009, Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A. 

59 pigeons killed out of 60.— D. Fraser, 33 yards rise, April, 1903. 
Heathcote, Christchurcli, New Zealand. 

99 single pigeons killed out of 100, 5 traps, 30 yards rise. A . W. 
Eales (in match against " Bobby "), September 19, 1900, at 
Botany, N.S.W. 

67 single pigeons killed in succession. 29 yards,. E. Grant, March 
26, 1897, Ballarat Gun Club, Vic, Australia, 

54) pigeons killed out of 60, 5 traps, 28 yards rise, 10 yards fall, 
A. E. Smith, March 4, 1898, Melbourne Gun Club, Australia. 

122 pigeons killed out of 125 (30 to 34 yards marks), A. W. Eales, 
September 19, 1900, at Botany New South Wales. 

207 pigeons out of 208, F. Coleman, May 31, 1909, Pittsville, Pa., 
U.S.A. 

50 pigeons in succession on 25 -yard boundary, shooting at 31 
yards. >h inning the Challenge Cup of France at the Paris Gun 
Club, Donald Macintosh, June 5, 1902, and two following years. 

60 out of 62 pigeons at the London Gun Club, winning the 
Challenge Cup of England, Donald Macintosh, June 26, 1897, 
and two following years. 

60 out of 63 pigeons, winning the Melbourne Gun Club Challenge 
Cup, Donald Macintosh, June 2, 1894, and two following years. 

At Florence on May 5th, 1899, the Marchese Luigi TorrigiaiL 
having made a bet of 5,000 francs that he would shoot, at 27 
metres distance, and kill 850 out of 1,000 pigeons in 12 horns, 
the match came off in very windy weather ; and he made a 
record by killing 935 out of the 1,000 in 7 hours and 18 minutes, 
two-thirds of the birds being killed with the first barrel. 

Mr. Harold Barker, the famous London Gun Club shot, on May 
26, 1900, at Notting Hill, accomplished a really remarkable 
performance by grassing 33 birds in succession from 30 and 
301 yards rise. 

43 out of 50 best rocks by C. Garrett, use of one hand, 30yds. 

rise and 40 fall, Gun Club rules, at Wolverhampton 1&96. 
7 out of 10 trained rocks, with £-oz. shot, one barrel and gun 

twelve inches down. A. Lee, Colne, at Cowling, September 22, 

1908. 

The Triennial International Championship at Monte Carlo on 
February 26, 1910, was won by Signor Galletti (Bologna) who 
on his first appearance made 25 kills out of 25 shots. 

The Championship Cup (50 birds straight down the line) of the 
Clay Bird Shooting Association was won by Mr. A. Maunder, 
of the North London Club, with 34 hits out of a possible 35. 
The victory gives a life membership of and pass to the National 
Rifle Association. 

W. B. Wilkinson (holder) and " Calrossie " (challenger) met in «, 
match for the pigeon shooting championship of Australia at 
Melbourne Gun Club, February 16. 1912. £100 aside, 100 birds 
each, 30 yards rise. " Calrossie " won, grassing- 88 birds 
against 82. 



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CYCLING, 

RECORDS ON THE TRACK.— Revised by F. T. Biaia'ie. 

BICYCLE (Amateurs), 

Quarter-mile (standing start, impacecl). — 28sec, V. L. Jo'.mson, 

Heme Hill, September 18, 1909. 
Quarter-mile (flying start, unpaced). — 24* 3 sec, W. J. Bailey 

Heme Hill, July 22, 1911. • 

Quarter-mile (standing start, paced).— 28 2 s sec, A. E. Wills, 

Heme Hill, July 6, 1905. 
Quarter-mile (flying start, paced).— 24 2 5 sec, H. W. Payne, 

Crystal Palace, July 27, 1898. 
Half-mile (standing start, unpaced).— 57 3 5sec, W. J. Bailey, 

Stadium, October 2, 1908. 
Half-mile (flying start, unpaced). — 54%sec., W. J. Bailer, 

Stadium, September 23, 1908. 
Half-mile (standing start, paced).— 56^sec, II. W. Payne, 

Crystal Palace, August 22, 1899. 
Half-mile (flying start, paced,)— 49 ^sec, H. W. Payne, Crystal 

Palace, July 27, 1898. 
Three-quarter-mile (standing start, unpaced). — Imin. 31Hsec, 

V. L. Johnson, Crystal Palace, September 27, 1907. 
Tlnee-quarter-mile (flying start, unpaced). — lis. 30sec, A. L. 

Eeed, Crystal Palace, August 28, 1902. 
Three-quarter-mile (standing start, * paced). — Imin. 22 1 / &see. f 

H W. Payne, Crystal Palace, August 22, 1899. 
Three-quarter-mile (flying start, paced). — lm. 14sec, H. W. 

Payne, Crystal Palace, July 27, 1898. 
1 Mile (standng start, unpaced). — 2min. 3 73 sec, V. L. Johnson, 

Crystal Palace, September 27, 1907. 
1 Mile (flying start, unpaced). — 2min. 2sec, A. L. Reed, Crystal 

Palace, August 28, 1902. 
1 Mile (standing start, paced). — Imin. 48% Sec., F. G. Crowly, 

CrystaliPalace, October 7, 1899. 

1 Mile (flying start, paced).— Imin. 39 2 3sec, IT. W. Payne, 
Crystal Palace, July 27, 1898. 

2 to 10 Miles. — 2, 3min. 43% sec.; 3, 5min. 37 2 f,S3c; 4, 7min. 
34sec; 5, 9min. SOtssec: 6, llmin. 31sec; 7, 13min. 33'4jjsec. 
8, lomin. 29*oSec; 9, 17min. 26%sec; 10, 19min. 22%sec.; 
L. 3Ieredith, Heme Hill, June 21, 1904. 

11 and 12 Miles.— 11, 21mm. 30ssc; 12, 23min. 26lsec, J. H. 

Bishop, Heme Hill, September 19, 1908. 
13 to 15 Miles.— 13, 25-min. 30sec; 14, 27min. 14%see.; 15. 

29min. 15%sec; W. J. Pett, Heine Hill, September 19, 1908, 
10 to 21 Miles.— 16, 31min. 5*&see.; 17, 33mm. 4%secV; 18. 

35min. 4* 5 sec; 19, 36min. 56%sec; 20, 38min. 56 2 ?5sec; 21, 

41min. 03 5 sec; C. A. Denny, Heme Hill, September 19, 1908, 
22 to 30 Miles.— 22, 43min. 3 2 5sec; 23, 44mm. 57%sec.i 24, 

46min. 54%sec; 25, 48min. 52%sec; 26, 50min. 49%sec, 

27, 52min. 47*5sec; 28, 54min. 45%sec; 29, 56min. 42%sec; 

30, 58min. 42 3 5 sec; W. J. Pett, Heme Hill, Sept. 19, 1908. 
31 to 42 Miles.— 31, 1 hour 3min. 35sec; 32, lhour 5min. 39%sec.: 

33, 1 hour 7min. 43%sec; 34, 1 hour 9min. 52%sec*, 35, 1 hour 

llmin. 5SV&sec.; 36, 1 hour 14min. SVssec; 37, 1 hour 16min. 

7%sec; 38, 1 hour 18min. 16M>sec; 39, 1 horn 20min. 85%sec; 

40, 1 hour 22min. 3&%sec'.; 41, 1 hour 24min. 50%seG.; 42. 

1 hour 27min.; H. Chinn Crystal Palace, September 15, 1900. 



144 THE S PORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

43 to 47 Miles.— 43, 1 hour 29min. 14^sec.; 44, 1 hour 31min. 
20V5sec\; 45, 1 hour 33miu. 32i&sec.; 46, 1 hour 35min. 
37.^sec.; 47, 1 hour 37min. 5iv 5 sec; H. W. Payne, Crystal 
Palace, September 15, 1900. 

48 Miles.— 48, 1 hour 39niin. 54*ssec; L. Meredith, Crystal 
Palace. July 2, 1904. ■ 

49 to 50 Miles. — 49, 1 hour 41mm. 54%see.; 50, 1 hour 43min. 
57 4 3 sec; C. H. Barjtlett, Heine Hill, August 19. 1911. 

60 to 100 Miles. — 60, 2 hours 5min. 43%sec.; 70, 2 hours 23min. 
24sec; 80, 2 hours 52min. 26 2 5sec; 90, 3 hours 15min. 54sec; 
100, 3 hours 37min. 46*ssec.; L. Meredith, Crystal Palace, 
July 2, 1904. 

110 to 150 Miles.— 110, 4 hours 8min. 59}&sec.; 120, 4 hours 
33min. 14%sec. ; 130, 4 hours 57min. 59sec; 140, 5 hours 22min. 
34 4 -,sec; 150, 5 hours 46min. 55sec; C. H. Bartlett, Heme 

: Hill, June 29, 1912. 

160 to 200 Miles. — 160, 6 hours 31min. 53-4 sec; 170, 6 hours 
56min. 18 3 oSec; 180, 7 hours 21min. 2 2 5sec; 190, 7 hours 
47min. 17%sec ; 200, 8 hours 13inin. 30 2 5sec; P. H. Comber, 
The Stadium, Shepherd's Bush, July 3, 1909. 

210 to 513 Miles.— 210, 8 hours 38rain. 3 5sec; 220, 9 hours 
3min. 19 3 oSec; 230, 9 hours 29min. O^sec; 240, 9 hours 
55mm. 24 3 5 sec; 250, 10 hours 29min. ig^oSec; 260, 10 hours 
54min. 53sec; 270, 11 hours 20min. 23 3 5sec. ; 280, 11 hours 
48min. 8Vssec; 290, 12 hours 20min. 47sec; 300, 12 hours 
48min. 12 3 5sec; 310, 13 hours 16min. 35 4 oSec; 320, 13 hours 
46min. 36U£ec; 330, 14 hours 23min. 12 2 5sec; 340, 14 hours 
50min. 27%sec; 350, 15 hours 19miu. lOVssee.; 380, 15 hours 
48min. 28 3 ssec.; 370, 16 hours 24min. 48 Ms sec.; 380, 16 hours 
59min. 20 2 5sec; 390, 17 hours 34niin. 58V.3sec; 400, 18 hours 
Smin. 46Vssec; 410, 18 hours 36min. 45Hsec ; 420, 19 hours 
5min. 33%sec.; 430, 19 hours 33min. 58sec; 440, 20 hours 
3mm. 50*.-,sec; 450, 20 hours 34min. 22 4 ?sec; 460, 21 hours 
4min. 42Vssec.; 470, 21 hours 35min. 43 3 oSec; 480, 22 hours 
llmin. 50^5sec; 490, 22 hours 41min. 8 sec; 500, 23 hours 
17niin. 48sec; 510, 23 hours 47min. 16 2 5sec; 513 miles 1,430 
yards, 24 hours: J. H. Bishop, The Stadium, Shepherd's 
Bush, July 3, 1909. 

BY TIME. 

1 Hour (unpaced). — 24 miles 1,152 Jrards, F. H. Grubb, Heme 
Hill, July 10, 1910 (unpaced standing- start hour standard). 

1 Hour. — 30 miles 1,170 yards, W. J. Pett, Heme Hill, September 

19, 1908. 

2 to 3 Hours.— 2, 57 miles 650 yards ; 3, 83 miles 400 yards ; 
L. Meredith, Crystal Palace, July 5, 1904. 

4 Hours.— 108 miles 1,000 yards, W. E. Smith, Heme Hill, Aug. 2, 

1913. 

5 and 6 Hours. — 5, 130 miles 1,270 yards; 6, 154 miles 1,257 
yards ; C. H. Bartlett, Heme Hil, June 29, 1912. 

7 and 8 Hours— 7, 172 miles; 8, 195 miles 530 yards: P. H. 
Combes, July 3, 1909. 

9 to 24 Hours.— 9, 218 miles 1,250 yards ; 10, 240 miles 960 
yards; 11, 262 miles ; 12, 284 miles 1,100 yards ; 13, 304 miles 
330 yards ; 14. 324 miles 1.200 yards : 15, 344 miles 110 
yards; 16, 361 : riles 520 yards; 17, 380 miles 440 yards; 
18. 398 miles 1,200 yards ; 19, 418 miles 270 yards ; 20, 438 
miles 1,160 yards; 21, 458 miles 790 yards; 22, 475 miles 
1,180 yards ; 23, 496 miles 400 yards ; 24, 513 miles 1.4:10 
yards ; J. H. Bishop, The Stadium, Shepherd's Bush, July 3, 
1909. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 14-5 

MOTOR-PACED (Amateur). 

1 Mile.— lmin. 38^ssee., S. F. Bailey, Canning Town. Oct. 8. 1912. 

2 Miles.— 3min. 2 2 5 sec, S. F. Bailer, Canning Town, Oct. 8, 1012. 

3 Miles.— lmin. 27 1 5 sec., S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, Oct. 8. 1912. 

4 Miles. — 5min. 53 3 ssec.. S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, July 11,1913. 

5 Miles.— 7min. 18sec, S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, July 14, 1913. 

6 Miles. — Smin. 42±5sec, S.F.Bailey, Canning Town, July 14, 1913. 

7 Miles.— lOniin. 6 3 ->sec, S. F. Bailey, Canning Town.July 14,1913. 

8 Miles. — llniin. 29 3 5 sec, S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, July 14, 
1913. 

9 Miles.— I2min. 55-5sec., S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, July 11, 
1913. 

10 Miles. — 14min. 21sec, S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, July 14,1913. 
25 Miles. — -37min. 22-3sec, S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, October 

8, 1912. 
1 Hour. — 39 miles 950 yards, S. F. Bailey, Canning Town, October 
8, 1912. 



TANDEM BICYCLE (Amateur). 
Quarter-mile (standing start, unpaced). — 28sec, F. G. Hamlin 

and H. T. Johnson, July 11, 1909. 
Quarter-mile (standing start, paced). — 23 t 3se3., F. G. Hamlin and 

H. T. Johnson, July 27, 1907. 
Quarter-mile (flying start, unpaced). — 23-ssec., E. C. Piercy and 

C. McKaig, Heme Hill, September 18, 1909. 
Quarter-mile (flying start, paced). — 25%sec, L. Pearce and J. F. 

Wells, Putney, July 10, 1897. 
Half-mile (flying start, mvoaeed). — 49%sec, J. Mathews and 

A. Rushen, Heme Hill, September 23, 1908. 
Half-mile (flying etart, unpaced). — 49% sec., J. Mathews asd 

A. Rushen, Heine Hill, 1903. 
Half-mile (flying start, paced). — -514f.gec, F. Bartley and W. H. 

Boyington, Crystal Palace, September 15, 1900. 
Three-quarter-mile (standing start, unpaced). — lmin. 19%sec, 

J. Mathews and J. Barnard, Heme Hill, September 21, 1907. 
1 Mile (standing start, unpaced). — lmin. 53%sec, J. Mathews 

and A. Rushen, Heine Hill, June 4, 1903. 
1 Mile (flying start, unpaced).— lmin. 49V£sec, J. Mathews and 

J. Barnard, Heme Hill, September 21, 1907. 
1 Mile (standing start, paced). — lmin. SS^sec, J. Parsley and 

F. Beaver, Crystal Palace, September 16, 1893. 

1 Mile (flying start, paced). — lmin. 45%sec, C. Heydon and 
H. Thackthwaite, Crystal Palace, September 28, 1899. 

2 to 5 Miles. — 2, 3min. 52V£sec.; 3, 5min. 48 1 /5sec; 4, 7min. 
44%sec; 5, 9min. 42%sec; J. Parsley and F. Beaver, Crystal 
Palace, September 16, 1893. 

6 to 9 Miles. — 6, llmin. SOVssec; 7, 13min. 53*/ 5 sec; 8, 15min. 
53sec; 9, 17min. 58%sec, C. Heydon and H. Thackthwaite, 
Crystal Palace, October 31, 1898. 

10 to 20 Miles.— 10, 19min. 59 2 / 3 sec: 15, 30min. S^sec; 20. 
40min. 23sec; F. G. Lewin and F. Albone, Canning Town, 
October 20, 1898. 

23 to 29 Miles.— 23, 46min. 34^sec; 21, 48min. 41 2 / 3 sec; 25, 
oOmin. 39sec; 26, 52min. 39%sec.; 27, 54min. 40 M; see.: 23, 
56min. 50%sec; 29, 58min. 48sec; C. Heydon and II. Thack- 
thwaite, Crystal Palace, October 31, 1898. 

30 to 50 Miles. — 30, 1 hour 3min. lessee: 40, 1 hour 24mm. 
29%sec; 45, 1 hour 35min. 74ssec.; 50, 1 hour 45min. 17 : ?5Sec; 
11. C. Akers and F. W. Wells. Cat ford, June 15, 1899. 



146 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 

55 Mites. — 2 horns lmhi. 50?5sec; G. L. and Q v J. Hopkins, 
Crystal Palace, August 31, 1903. 

00 to 100 miles — 60, 2 hours 12min. 53 4 5 se:\: 70, 2 hours 35mim 
18sec; 80, 2 hours 58mm. 13see; 90, 3 hours 21min. 52~5sec.: 
100, 3 hours 44min. 48 2 i>see.; G. L. and O. J. Hopkins, Crystal 
Palace, August 20, 1904. 

310 to 130 Miles.— 110, 4 hours 9min. 53^see: 120, 4 hours 

33miii. OVssee; 130, 4 hours 57min. 7 Usee; H. €. Akers and 

F. W. Wells, Heine Hill, April 28, 1900. 
140 and 150 Miles. — 140, 5 hours 20min. oVssec: 150, 5 hours 

44mm.; F. Lockyeav and A. Tate, Heme Hill, April 28, 1900. 
160 Miles.— 6 hours 59min. ll^sec; K. J. and C. J. Tidy, Kensal 

Pise, September 11, 1897. 
.70 and 180 Miles.— 170, 7 hours 30min. ll-ssee; 180. 7 hrs. 57min. 

482 5sec; P. J. and C. J. Tidy, Kensal Pise, August 27, 1898. 
190 to 220 Miles.— 190. 8 horns 28min. 45see: 200, 8 hours 56min. 

24sec: 210, 9 hours 25mm. 43 1 5see: 220, 9 hours 56min. 
r 31 2 5sec; P. J. and C. J. Tidy, Kensal Fi^e, September 11, 1897. 
230 Miles.— 10 hours 27min. 26see, P. J. and C. J. Tidy, Kensal 

Pise, August 27, 1898. 
240 to 260 Miles.— 240, 10 hours 56min. 44Usec: 250. 11 hours 

25min. l 4 5 see; 260, 11 hours 52min. 12 :! 5see; J. P. Clark and 

F. P. CJoodwin, Wood Green, September 14, 1895. 

BY TIME. 

1 Hour.— 29 miles 1.110 yards. C. Heydon and II. Thackthwaite. 
Crystal Palace, October 31, 1898. 

2 and 3 hours.- — 2. 54 miles 347 yards : 3. 80 miles 1,170 yards ; 

G. L. and O. J. Hopkins, Crystal Palace, August 20, 1904. 

4 and 5 Hours. — 4, 105 miles 1.300 yards : 5, 131 miles 315 yards ; 
H. C. Akers and F. W. Wells, Heme Hill, April 28, 1900. 

6 Hours.— 156 miles 750 yards, F. Lock year and A. Tate, Feme 
Hill, April 28, 1900. 

7 Hours.— 160 miles 1 lap, P. J. and C. J. Tidy, Kensal Pise, 
September 11, 1897. 

8 Hours. — 180 miles 1.370 yards. P. J. and C. J. Tidy, Kensal 
Pise, August 27, 1898. 

9 and 10 Horns.— 9. 201 miles 465 yards : 10, 221 miles 380 yards, 

P. J. and C. J. Tidy, Kensal Pise, September 11, 1897. 
11 and 12 Hours. — 11, 241 miles 280 yards : 12, 262 miles 1,100 
yards ; F. P. Goodwin and J. P. K. Clark, Wood Green, 
September 14, 18 5. 



BICYCLE (Professionals). 

Quarter-mile (standing start, unpaced). — 28*5see, J. S. Benyon, 

New Brighton, September 14, 1907. 
Quarter-mile (flying start, unpaced). — 25- 5 sec, T. J. Gascoyne, 

Catford, August 5, 1900. 
Quarter-mile (standing start, paced). — 2725$ec, J. Green, Crvstal 

Palace, August 2, 1899. 
Quarter-mile (flying start, paced). — 19-Ssec., A. A. G ase, Canning 

Town, August 26, 1902. 
Half-mile (standing start, unpaced).- — 58 4 osec, J. S. Benyon, 

New Brighton, September 14, 1907. 
Half-mile (standing start, unpaced). — 56-?5sec, G. Flint, Crystal 

Palace, September 21, 1906. 
Half-mile (standing start, paced). — 51 Usee, J. Green, Crystal 

Palace, August 2, 1899. 



'the sporting chronicle annual. 147 

Half-mile (flying start, paced). — 40^sec., A. A. Chase, Canning? 

Town, August 26, 1902. 
Three-cmarter-mile (standing start, unpaced). — -lmin. 31 4 Ssec. 

G. Flint, Crystal Palace, September 13, 1907. 
Three-quarter-mile (flying start, unpaced). — lmin. 2S/Hsee., 

G. Flint, Crystal Palace, September 27, 1907. - 
Three-quarter-mile (standing start, paced). — lmin. ll'ssec., 

A. A. Chase, Crystal Palace, July 28, 1900. 
Three-quarter-mile (flying start, paced). — lmin. 0-3sec, A. A. 

Chase, Canning Town, August 25, 1902. 
1 Mile (standing start, unpaced). — lmin. OVssec, CI. Fli t, Crystal 

Palace, September 13, 1907. 
1 Mile (flying start, unpaced). — 2min. 1 sec, G. Flint, Crystal 

Palace, September 27, 1907. 
1 Mile (standing start, paced). — lmin. 28 3 3sec, A. E. Wills, 

Celtic Park, 1909. 
1 Mile (flying start, paced). — lmin. Usee, A. E. Wills, Celtic 

Park, 1909. 
5 and 10 Miles.— 5, 7min. 3sec ; 10, 13min. 32Vssec, W. T Hall, 

Crystal Palace, 1905. 
20, 30, 40, 50 Miles.— 20, 27min. 45sec. ; 30, 40min. 53i. 5 ser*. ; 

40, 53min. 29 4 5sec. ; 50, 66min. 17 2 5sec. ; W. T. Hall, Canning 

Town, 1905. 
51 to 108 Miles. — 51, 1 hour 22min. 21 3 5see; 60, 1 hour 37min. 

27}/5see.; 70, 1 hour 55min. 44 2 5sec; 80, 2 hours 2min. 29 3 5see; 

90, 2 hours 29min. 10 3 5sec; J 00. 2 iiours 45miD. 2J'-r,se;^.; 

108, 2 nours ov) in in. b'-H sec^.; A. A. Chase, Crystal Palace, 

November 9, 1901. 
110 and 112 Miles.— 110, 3 hours 48mm. 1*5 sec. ; 112, 3 hours 

52min. 20 2 3see. ; R. Palmer, Crystal Palace, October 14, 

1897. 
120 to 616 Miles.— 120, 4 hours 15min. 45 3 oSee, 130, 4 hours 

37min. 50%sec; 140, 5 hours llVssec; 1 SO, 5 hours 23min. lsec; 

160, 5 hours 46min. lO^sec; 170, 6 hours 9min. 57sec. ; 180, 

6hours33min. 5 3 5sec; 190, 6 hours 56min. 45sec; 2 0,7 hours 

20min. 27sec; 210, 7 hours 44min. 48V 5 see; 220, 8 hours 8min. 

53^5sec; 230, 8 hours 32min. 51sec; 240, 8 hours 57min. 9 2 5see.; 

250, 9 hours 17min. 36^5sec; 260, 9 hours 44min. 32 4 <5sec; 270, 

10 hours 8min. 24sec; 230, 10 hours 32min. 58 2 <3sec.; 290, 10 

hours 56min. 36 3 5sec; 300 ,11 hours 20min. 25 3 /5sec; 310. 11 

hours 43min. 27 3 5sec; 320, 12 hours 13min. 38?5sec; 330, 

12 hours 35min. 17 2 /5see; 340, 12 hours 59min. 1675sec; 350, 

13 hours 22min. lessee; 360, 13 hours 45min. 46 4 5see; ■ 370, It 
hours 7min. 59 4 /5sec; 380, 14 hours 31min. 19 3 . 5 sec; 390, 14 
hours 54min. 45 2 /. 5 sec.; 400, 15 hours 18min. 47sec; 410, 15hour-i 
41min. 3 /5sec; 420, 16 hours 4min. 21 2 /5see; -30, 16 hours 26min. 
13 3 /5sec; 440, 16 hours 55min. 35sec; 450, 17 hours 18mm. 
10 2 /5sec; 460, 17 hours 40min. 58 2 5sec.; 470, 18 hours 3min. 
38%sec; 480, 18 hours 27min. 46 4 /5see; 490, 18 hours 52min. 
28 2 /5sec; 500, 19 hours 17min. 28V5sec; 510, 19 hours 42mm. 
23 2 /5sec; 520. 20 hours 6min. 15%sec; 530, 20 hours 30min. 
36y5sec; 540, 21 hours 51sec; 550, 21 hours 25min. 35 4 5sec. 
560, 21 hours Slmin. 4 3 5sec; 570, 22 hours 17min. 40 2 5^ec 
580, 22 hours 43min. 27sec; 590, 23 hours 5min. 56 Usee. 600, 
23 hours 26min. 34i,5sec.; 610, 23 hours 46min. 57sec; 616, 23 
hours 59min. 7sec; M. Cordang, Crystal Palace, September 15 
and 16, 1897. 

BY TIME. 
1 Hour. — 45 miles 210 yards, W. T. Hall, Canning Town, 1905. 
1 Hour (unpaced). — 24 miles 1,548 yard>, F. H. Grubb, Heme 
Hill, July 2, 1913. 



148 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

2 Hours.— 72 miles 000 yards, A. A. Chase, Crystal Palace, 
November 9, 1901. 

3. Hours.— 108 miles 1,626 yards, A. A. Chase, Crystal Palace, 
November 9, 1901. 

4 to 24 Hours. — 4, 112 miles 1,450 yards ; 5, 139 miles 1,600 sards, 
6, 165 miles 1,300 yards; 7, 191 miles 920 yards; 8, 216 miles 
760 yards ; 9, 241 miles 280 yards ; 10, 266 miles 790 yards; 11, 
291 miles 587 yards ; 12, 317 miles 600 yards ; 13, 340 miles 575 
yards ; 14, 366 miles 845 yards ; 15, 392 miles, 125 yards; 16, 
417 miles 1,715 yards ; 17, 442 miles 25 yards ; 18, 468 miles 590 
yards ; 19, 493 miles 130 yards ; 20, 517 miles 660 yards ; 21, 
§39 miles, 1,155 yards ; 22, 563 miles 775 yards ; 23, 587 miles 
660 yards ; 24, 616 miles 340 yards ; M. Cordang, Crystal 
Palace, September 15 and 16, 1897. 



TANDEM BICYCLE (Professionals). 
Quarter-mile (flying start, unpaced). — 25ftsee.. J. Barlow and 

C. Bonner, Wood Green, July 29, 1899. 
Quarter-mile and Half-mile (flying start, unpaced). — 1, 284_5sec ; 

£, 54 2 /5sec.; C. F. Barden and H. B. Howard, Wood Green, 

September 1, 1898. 
Quarter-mile (flying start, paced). — 24Vssec., J. Gascoyne and 

H. Brown, New Brighton, July 23, 1898. 
Quarter-mile (standing start, paced). — 29 1 /5sec, F. W. Chinn 

and J. C. Collivar, Catford, November 6, 1896. 
Half-mile to One Mile. — h, 48* 5 sec ; i , lmin. ISYssec; 1, lmin. 

38 2 /ssec. ; E. James and G. A. Nelson, Crystal Palace, 

September 30, 1897. 
Half-mile to One Mile (standing start). — I, 55 3 5sec; f, lmin. 

20 2 /5sec; 1, lmin. 46%sec; E. James and G. A. Nelson, 

Crystal Palace, September 30, 1897. 
2 to 10 Miles.— 2, 3min. 30% sec, 3, 5min. 16 3 5sec, 4, 7min. 3#£see; 

5, 8min. 48 3 oSec, 6, lOmin. 35sec, 7, l2min. 2!sec, 8, 14min. 

13*5sec, 9, 16min. 4sec, 10, 17min. 50 4 ssec, E. James and 

G. A. Nelson, October 4, 1897. 
10 to 50 Miles.— 11, 20min. H^sec; 15, 27min. 47 2 ssec; 20 

37min. 13 3 >>sec; 25, 46min. 41 2 5sec; 30, 56min. 19sec; 35, 

1 horn 5min. 52V5sec; 40, 1 hour i5min. 38 2 /5sec; 50, 1 hour 

36min. 40sec, Crystal Palace, October 7, 1897. 
51 to 100 Miles. — 51. 1 hour 39min. 7Vs sec; 60, 1 hour, 58min. 

34asec; 70, 2 hours lOmin. 56 3 ssec.; 80, 2 hours 42min. 4 1 5sec; 

90, 3 hours 4inin. 35V5sec; E. James and G. A. Nelson, Crystal 

Palace, October 19, 1897. 

BY TIME. 

1 Hour. — 31 miles, 1.660 yards, E. James and G. A. Nelson, 
Crystal Palace, October 7, 1897. 

2 and 3 Hours. — 2, 60 miles 1.635 yards : 3, 87 miles 1.640 yards ; 
E James and G. A. Nelson. Crystal Palace, October 19, 1897. 



TRICYCLE STANDING START. 

Quarter-mile to One Mile.— 1, 3S 3 / 5sec; i, lmin. TlsSec; I, lmin. 
*5%sec; 1, 2min. 22sec: G. Cumine, Heme Hill, May 27, 1912. 
2 Miles, 4min. 39*5sec. B. H. Hogan, Heme Hiij, July 27, 1913 ; 
6 to 39 Miles.— 6, 14min. 25sec; 7, 16min. 49%sec; 8, 19min. 
14^sec; 9, 21min. 43 4 / 5sec; 10. 24min. lOVssec; 11, 26mm. 
42 4 /J>sec; 12, 29min. 18sec; 13, 31min. 52 3 /gsec; 14, 34min. 
25%sec; 15, 37min. 2 4 / 5sec; 16. 39min. 34-Hsec; 17, 42min. 
3%see.; 18, 44min. 34sec; 19, 47min. 4%sec; 20, 49min. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 149 

34"-.-,see.; 25, 1 hour Imin. 50 4 oSec; 30, 1 hour 14min. 42%sec£ 
35, 1 hour 27min. 35 J .5sec; 30, 1 hour 38min. 35 : hsec; B. II. 
Hogan, Crystal Palace, July 30, 1900. 
4€ to 100 Miles. — 40, 1 hour 41miu. 22i<5sec; 45, 1 hour 53min. 
39Hsec; 50, 2 hours 6min. 322 5 sec; 55, 2 hours lOmiii. 
7sec 5 ; 60. 2 hours 33min. 24%sec; 65, 2 hours 46min. 39^«ec; 
70, 3 hours 9min. 16 2 5sec; 75, 3 hours 14min. 4sec; 80, 
3 hours 13min. 18>.-,sec; 85, 3 hours 45mm. 5Vssec; 90» 

3 hours 59miu. l 2 ssec: 95, 4 hours 12min. 52Vssec; 100, 

4 hours 25mm. 56 2 ,£sec; B. H. Hogan, Crystal Palace, 
September 11, 1909. 

BY TIME. 

1 Hour. — 24 miles 464 yards, B. H. Hogan, Crystal Palace, 
July 30, 1909. 

2 to 4 Hours.— 2, 47 miles 725 yards ; 3, 69 miles 1,600 yards ; 

4, 90 miles 595 yards : B. H. Hogan, Crystal Palace, July 30, 
1909. 

12 Hours. — 223 miles 108 yards, E. J. Steel, Putney, September 

20, 1894. 
24 Hours.— 410 miles 1,110 yards, F. T. Bidlake, Heme Hill, 

July 22, 1893. 

WORLD'S MOTOR PACED RECORDS. 

1 Mile (flying- .start).— Imin. Ussec, W. T. Hall, Munich, 1903, 
Quarter-mile, Half-mile and Three-quarter-mile (standing start). 
— i, 25-ssec. ; I, 42 1 5sec. ; i, Imin. ll 2 5sec. ; "Major" 

Taylor, Paris. 1908. 
1 Mite (standing start).— Imin. 26 3 5sec, A. E. Wills, Celtic Park, 

1909. 
5 Miles.— omin. 58sec, W T. Hall, Paris. 1903. 
10 Miles.— lOmin. 48*ssec, A. E. Wills. Paris. 1903. 
20 Miles.— 22min. 24l 6 sec., W. T. Hall, Paris, 1903. 
30 Miles. — 33min. 10 \ 5 sec , Bresy, Paris, 1904. 
40 Miles.— 44min. 13sec, W. T. Hall, Munich, 1900. 
50 Miles. — 55min. 16 sec, W. T. Hall, Paris, 1903. 
100 Miles.— 2 hour 26min. 8sees., E. Bouhours, Paris, 1903. 

BY TIME. 
1 Hour. — 63 miles 255 yards, P. Guignard, Munich, September 

10, 1909. 

1 Hour (unpaced).-— 27 miles 355 yards, Marcel Bertliet, Paris, 
September 20, 1913. 

2 Hours. — 105 mile? 247 yards, P. Guignard, Hamburg, 
September 30, 1906. 

3 to 6 Hours.— 3,122 miles 1,392 yards ; 4, 156 miles 518 yards ; 

5, 188 miles 188 yards ; 6, 220 miles 1.410 yards ; T. Bobb, 
Berlin, August 3, 1902. 

12 to 24 Hours— 12, 349 miles 1,447 yards ; 18. 493 mites 1.291 
yards ; 24, 634 miles 774 yards ; A. E. Walters, Paris, July 
8 and 9, 1899. 



ON THE ROAD.— BICYCLE. 

50 Miles. — A. E. Walters, 1 hour 55min. 50 sec.,October 15, 1895. 
50 Miles (unpaced).— H. Green, 2 hours lmin.2sec, June 23, 1909. 
100 Miles.— A. A. Chase, 4 hours 16min. 35sec, October 29, 1897. 
100 Miles (unpaced). — H.Green,4 hours 36min.22sec. Aug. 30,1902. 
12 Horns. — F. E. Goodwin, 245 miles, September 1, 1899. 
12 Hours (unpaced).— H. Green, 226£ miles. October 16, 1900. 
24 Hours.— E. B. Goodwin, 428 miles, August 31 and September 

1, 1898. 
24 Hours (unpaced). — H. Green, 394 miles, October 3, 1901. 
1,000 miles (unpaced). — W. Welsh, 3 days 15 hours 57min., 

August 30 to September 2, 1909. 



150 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

TANDEM BICYCLE. 
50 Miles. — W. T. Walton and P. Wheelock, 1 hour 55min. 

50sec., October 15, 1895. 
50 Miles (unpacecl). — E. H. Grimsdell and C. Bryer, 2 hours 1mm. 

50sec, September 17, 1903. • 
100 Miles (unpaced). — A. F. and R. J. Ilsley, 4 hours 36min. 

29sec, August 30, 1902. 
12 Hours.-A.E.Walters and M.A.Holbein,230 miles.July 8, 1897. 
12 Hours (unpaced). — A. W. Gibbon and A. G. Hoath, 223? miles. 

September 29, 1912. 
21 Hours. — J. A. Bennett and M. A. Holbein, 397 I miles, Sept. 5. 

1895. 
2-4 Hours. — (unpaced) C. H. Turnor, and E. Webb, 331 h miles, 

September 6, 1913. 



TRICYCLE. 

50 Miles— -2 hours 2:min. 55sec, F. T. Bidlake, June 3, 1894. 
50 Miles (unpaced). — 2 hours 26mm. 35sec, II. G. Cook, Sept. 11, 

1911. 
100 Miles. — 5 hours 15min. 57s3C, F. T. Bidlake, June 13, 1895. 
100 Miles (unpaced). — 5 hours 31min. 9sec, H. G. Cook, Sept. 11, 

1911. 
12 Hours.— 197 miles, W. T. Hall, August 9, 1901. 
21 Hours.— 360i miles H. G. Cook, September 13, 1913. 
24 Hours (unpaced). — 323 miles, F. W. Wesley, July 3, 4, 1903. 



TANDEM TRICYCLE. 
50 Miles.— 2 hours, 24min. 55sec, J. E. Patmore, and S. Hulbert, 

October 1, 1913. 
100 Miles.— 5 hours 30min. 31sec, S. F. Edge and J. E. L. Batej, 

1890. 
12 Hours— 182V miles, E. A. Bentley, and L. Cohen. 1912. 
24 Hours.— 333 miles, F. T. Bidlake, and M. A. Holbein, 1893. 



PLACE TO PLACE RECORDS. 

Land's End to John o' Groats. — Bicycle, unpaced, 2 days 19 
hours 50min., H. Green, July 27 to 30, 1903 ; tandem bicvcle, 
3 days 4 hours 46min., G. P. Mills and T. A. Edge, July 6 bo 
10, 1895 ; tricycle, 3 days 16 hours 47min., G. P. Mills, June 
5 to 8, 1893. 

London to Bath and Back. — Bicycle, paced, 11 hours 48min., 
42sec, F. W. Barnes, October 30, 1897 ; bicycle, unpaced, 11 
hours 57min. 42sec, R. Shirley, August 1, 1907 ; tandem bicycle 
(unpaced), 11 hours 58min. 12sec, E. B. Webb and A. H. 
Bentley, October 8, 1910 ; ordinary, 15 hours 40min. 34sec, 
R. C. Nesbit, August 1, 1891 ; tricycle, 14 hours 8 min.,37sec, 
J. G Gibb, August 1, 1897 ; tricycle (unpaced), 14 hours ISmin. 
6sec, L. Drake, August 24, 1908. 

London to Brighton and Back. — Bicycle (paced), 5 hours 6min. 
42sec, AY. J. Neason, September 11, 1897 ; (unpaced), 5 hours 
9min. 41sec, F. H. Grubb, June 19, 1912 ; (ordinary), 7 hours 
42min. 50sec, R. C. Nesbit, September 9, 1892 ; tricycle 
(unpaced), 8 hours 8min. 25sec, G. H. Briault, June 22. 1903 ; 
tandem tricycle, 5 hours 42min. 21sec, S. tlulbert and E. II. 
Sexton, July 25, 1912 ; tandem bicycle (paced), 4 hours 54min. 
54sec. P. Wheelock and G. Fulford, October, 1897 ; tandem 
bicycle (unpaced), 4 hour-; 53min. 43sec, G. H. Briault and 
E. Ward/ August 12, 1909. 



THE SPORTING CHHONIGIiE ANNUAL. 151 

London to York, or rice versa.- — Bicycle (paced), 10 hours 16min. 
F. E. Goodwin, July 20, 1899 : bicycle (unpaced), H. Green 
10 hours 19min., October 18, 1900 ; tricycle, 11 hours 50min., 
W. T. Hall, August 9, 1901 ; tandem tricycle. 13 hours 19min., 
F. W. Shorland and M. A. Holbein, September 29, 1892 ; 
tandem bicycle. 9 hours 30mm., F. H. and B. A. Wingrave, 
September 2, 1907. 

Loudon to Edinburgh, or vice versa.- — Bicycle (unpaced), 23 hours 
43mm., E. Shirley, October 13 and 14, 1905 : tricycle, 32 hours 
42min., F. W. "Wesley, September 11 and 12, 1905 ; tandem 
bicycle, 27 hours 5-imin., P. H. Miles and E. Bright, July 4 
and 5, 1905. 

Liverpool to London, or vice versa. — Bicycle, 11 hours, II. Green, 
August 24, 1900 ; tricycle, 13 hours 13min., E. A. Fulton 
August 6, 1910 ; tandem bicycle, P. W. Fawley and L. V. Peiser. 
10 hours 50min., June 12, 1909. 

Liverpool to Edinburgh.- — Bicycle (unpaced), 12 hours 20min., 
W. Jones, September 13, 1909 ; tandem, 10 hours 50min. 
P. W. B. Fawley and L. V. Peiser, June 12. 1909 ; tricycle, 
F. "W. "Wesley, 15 hours 33min., June 14, 1906. 

York to Edinburgh. — Bicycle, 11 hours 14min., J. W. Kirk, 
April 24, 1912 ; tandem, 11 hours 35min., E. L. Knipe and 
S. Irving, July 7, 1905 ; tricycle, 13 hours 54min., L. W. B. 
Martin, October 13. 1911. 

Land's End to London. — Bicycle, 20 hours, 40min., F, C. Higgins, 
July 29 and 30, 1910 ;' tandem bicycle, 21 hours 6min., L. 
Drake and A. Payne, September 11 and 12, 1905 ; tricycle, 
24 hours 54min., H. Prichard, September 27 and 28, 1912. 

London to Portsmouth and back (unpaced). — 7 hours 29min. 
4sec, E. Shirley, August 7, 1908 ; tandem bicycle 7 hours 
13min. lOsec, F. II. and E. A. Wingrave. August 1, 1904 ; 
ticycle, 9 hours 15min., H. Prichard, July 26, 1913. 

Out and Home 100 Miles (unpaced). — 4 hoars 43min. 33sec, 
F. H. Grubb, July 9, 1913. 

Longest Continuous Boad Eecord Bide.— 33,200 miles, in 33 2 
completed century runs and with extra miles 34,366 miles, 
January 1 to December 31, 1911, Marcel Platies. 



CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD, 1913. 
Amateur. 

1 Kilometre. — W. J. Bailey, lmin. 52' 5 sec. Berlin, August 24, 

1913. 
100 Kilometres. — Leon Meredith, 1 hour 27min. 58~5see., Berlin, 

August 24, 1913. 

Professional. 
1 Kilometre.— W. BY.it 2mm. 19 : ';ssee., Leipzig. August 31, 1913. 
100 Kilometre-.- — P. Guignard, 1 hour 16min. 26 r 5sec., Leiozi , 

August 31, 1913. 



NATIONAL AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

Quarter-mile. — W. J. Bailey, Polytechnic C.C. SO'fsse?., Xorwie'.i, 

June 28, 1913. 
One Mile.- — W.J. Bailey, Polytechnic C.C. 2min. 45 4 5 see., Norwich, 

June 28, 1913. 
Five Mile-;. — E. L. Player, Cambridge, 13min. 2 Usee, Norwich, 

June 28, 1913. 
25 Miles/ — H. W. Ryan, Polytechnic C.C, 1 hour 4min. 17 2 3sec\, 

Long Eaton, June 14, 1913. 
■"■«.» Miles. — A. Alden, Kentish Wheelers, 2 hours Omiti. 52 2 oSec, 
- Heine Hill, August 9, 1913. 
1 Mile Tandem.— A. and C. W. White, Scunthorpe, 2min. Seises., 

Long Eaton, June 14, 1913. 




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CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNING, 1913. 

[Eevised by J. H. Hardwick.] 



CHAMPION CLUB : BIRCHFIELD HARRIERS. 



NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP— At Bunstall Park, Racecourse, 
Wolverhampton, March 8, Short Course. Easy going. 

211 runners. Result: — 
E Glover, Hallamshire II. & A .C, 1 ; C. Vose, Warrington A .0., 
2 ; H. D. Baldwin, Derby and County A.C., 3 ; A. E. Sanderson, 
Sparkhill H., 4 ; F. Antrobus Warrington A.C. 5 ; W. Bolton, 
Warrington A.C., 6 ; G. Lee, Durham City H., 7 ; J. W. Breed. 
Durham City H., 8; IT. Martin, Derby and County A.C, 9; 
J. Wilson, Slough H., 10 ; S. Welding, Sutton H. & A.C, 11 ; T. 
Humphreys, Heme Hill H, 12 ; S. L. Holmes, Birchfield H, 13 ; 
L. Proctor, Salt'ord II., 11 ; W. J. Tucker, Reading A.C, 15 ; 
R. Stanton, Birchrield H, 16 ; W. Baldwin, North Staffordshire 
H., 17 ; H. Holbrook, Warrington A.C, 18 ; J. McKenna, Small 
Heath H, 19 ; E. Skett, Birchrield H, 20 ; Winner's time, 51min. 
lessee. ; second, 51n.in. 5 sec. ; third, 51min. 55sec. 
THE FIRST SIX CLUBS. 



1 BirchfieldHarriers. . .120 

2 Warrington A.C ...... 126 

3 Haltamshike H. & A.C 

(Holders) 238 



4 Derby k Co. A . & C.C. . 280 

5 Sutton H. & A.C 287 

6 Surrey A.C 320 



NORTHERN CHAMPIONSHIP— At Stockton Racecourse, 
March 1. Easy going. 108 runners. Result :— 

E. Glover, Hallamshire H. & A.C, 1 ; C Vose, Warrington A.C, 
2 ; G. C L. Wallach, Bolton United, II. & A.C 3 ; G. Lee, Durham 
City H., 4 ; T. Fennah, Crewe H., 5 ; II. Holbrook, Warrington 
A.C, 6; J. Cooke, Hallamshire H. & A.C, 7; J. W. Breed, 
Durham City, H. 8 ; S. Welding, Sutton II. & A.C, 9 ; W. Bolton, 
Warrington A.C, 10 ; F. Antrobus, Warrington A.C, 11 ; W. 
Jacques, Leeds St, Marks II., 12 ; A. Wyatt, Bolton United 
H. <fc A.C, 13 ; J. Smart, Sutton II. & A.C, 14 ; E. Harrison. 
Sutton H. & A.C. 15 ; F. Lord, Wibsey Park A.C. 16 ; R. Askew. 
Hallamshire H. & A.C. 17 ; C J. Bryant. Bolton United H. & A.C 
18 ; S. Raynes. Hallamshire H. & A.C, 19 ; W. McHale, Crewe H. 
20 ; Winner's time, 53min. 42sec. ; second, 54min. ; third, 54min. 
^9sec • 

THE FIRST SIX CLUBS. 



1 Warrington A.C 85 

2 Hallamshire H. & A.C 

(Holders) 113 

3 Boltox U. H. & A.C . . : 125 



4 Sutton H. .& A.C. . . . 

5 Durham City H 

6 Crewe H 



..145 
..168 
. . 193 



MIDLAND 
Felruary 15. 



CHAMPIONSHIP— At Derby Racecourse, 
Heavy going. 164 runners. Result :— 



H. D. Baldwin, Derby and County A.C, 1 ; A. E. Sanderson 
Sparkhill H., 2 ; J. Wootton, North Staffordshire II., 3 ; S. L 
Holmes. Birchfield H, 4 ; J. McKenna, Small Heath H, 5 ; F. J. 
Bridge. Birchfield H., 6 ; A. F. Patteshall, Small Heath II.. 7 ; II 
Trevett, Birchfield H., 8 ; A. Pallett, Birchfield II.. 9 : W 
Baldwin, North Staffordshire II.. 10 ; E. Skett, BiicUfield H 11 : 



154 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANXUAL. 

MlDLA XD CHAMPI OXSHir— Conn t inued v 

H. Martin, Derby and Count y A. C, 12 ; A. Cunnington, Thrapston 
A. & C.C.. 13 ; B. J. Finney, Xorth Staffordshire JL, 14 ; E. 
Thexton. Derby and County A.C., 15 ; W. Boulton, North 
Staffordshire H., 16 ; E. V. Loney. Xorth Staffordshire H., 17 ; 
8. Hinckley, Derby and County A.C.. 18 ; T. L. Lee. Biiehfteld H. 
19 ; T. Grady. Xorth Staffordshire H., 20 ; Winner's time, 59min. 
40see. ; second, 60niin. 38sec. ; third, 61min. 40sec. 

THE FIRST SIX CLUBS. 

1 Birchfield H. . 57 I 4 Sparkhill H;. . . lrp-^ .,-■, 

2 Xorth Staffordshire II 80 I 5 Small Heath II. I Lie - * x ' ' 

3 Derby and Co. A.C Ill I 6 Thrapston A. & C.C.. . .188 



SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIP— At Camer Park, Kent, 
March 1. Light but hilly going. 265 runners. Result :— 

W. J. Tucker, Reading A.C. 1 ; -las. Wilson, bioutru a., z~% 
C. H. Ruffell. Highgate H.. 3 ; H. Green. Heine Hill II, 4 ; G. W. 
Kutsou, Surrey A.C, 5 ; T. Humphreys. Heme Hill H.. 6 ; F. C. 
Xeaves, Surrey A.C, 7 ; II. H. Kidd. Heine Hill IL, 8 ; F. J. 
Martin. South London H„ 9 ; E. W. Lloyd, Heme Hill H., 10. 
B. C Xeaves. Surrey A.C., 11 ; A. Townsend. Essex Beagles 12 ; 
B, C Long, Polytechnic H„ 13 ; At. E. Carpenter, Surrey A.O., 34 ; 
E. W. Hebbs. Highgate H.. 15 ; J. Hughes. Surrey A.C, 16 ; 
H. S. Pullinger. Brighton and County H.. 17 ; M. M. Bud, Slough; 
ft., 18 ; J. G. Coughlin, Highgate H., 19 ; A. Reeves, Highgate H., 
20. Winner's time, 61min. 52sec. ; second, 61min. 56 3 ssec., 
third, 62min. 12sec. 

THE FIRST SIX CLUBS. 

1 Surrey A.C 77 14 Polytechnic H. . '. 231 

2 Herne Hill II 90 f 5 Brighton <y County H. . 34« 

3 Hiohgate II. (Holders) . 106 { 6 Hamtstead II... 355 



INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP— At Juvisy, near Paris, 
Easter Monday, March 24. Light going. 36 runners. Result :— 

J. Bourn, C A. Societe General (France), 1 ; E. Glover, Hallam- 
shireH. (England). 2 ; J. Keyset Racing Club (France), 3 ; G. Lee 
Dm-ham City H. (England) 4, G. Lauvaux, C. P. X. Chalons 
(France). 5 ; C Yose, Warrington A.C. (England), 6 ; H. D. 
Baldwin, Derby and County A.C. (Englaud). 7 ; G. 0. L. Wallach, 
Bolton United II. (Scotland) 8 ; W. Scott. Salford H. (England), 
9 ; A. E. Sanderson. Sparkhill H. ( England! 10. A. Kerr, Bella - 
houston H. (Scotland', 11 ; M. Arbidi. R. C Algerien (France). 12; 
W. J. Tucker, Reading A.C (England), 13 : A. Craig, Bella- 
houstonH. (Scotland). 14 ; W, Bolton, Warrington A.C (England 
15 ; E. Stead, Penywain H. (Wales), 16 ; S. S. Watt. Clydesdale H. 
(Scotland), 17 ; F. W. Templeman, Bellahouston H. (Scotland), 
18; L. Pantex (France), 19; F. Antrobus. Warrington A.C 
(England), 20 ; Winner's time 51min, 52-^sec. ; second, 52min. 
32sec ; thh'd, 53min. lOsec. 

POSITIOX OF EACH COUXTRY. 

1 Excland 38 1 3 Scotland 86 

2 France .161 I 4 Wales 150 

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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 155 

WINNERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL. (First Race 1003.) 

Points 
Country First man Venue Won by 

1003 England. . A Shrubb, South London H. . . Hamilton . . 53 

1004 England. . A Shrubb, South London H. . . Haydock .\ 75 

1005 England. . A Aldridge, Highgate II. Baldoyle . . 54 

1000 England. . C J Straw Sutton H. ......... Caerleon . .62 

1007 England. . A Underwood, Birehfleld H. ... Hamilton . .62 

1008 England. . A J Robertson, Birehfleld IL . . Paris 57 

1000 England . . A E Wood, Essex Beagles Derby 45 

1010 England. . A. E. Wood, Essex Beagles Belfast 21 

1011 England. . J Bourn, Fiance Caerleon . .76 

1012 England. . J Bouin, Fiance Edinburgh. .47 

1013 England. . J Bouin, France Paris 23 



WINNERS OF THE NATIONAL. (First Race 1877). 
Club. First Man. Pts. won by 

1880 Birehfleld H PHStenning.Thames HH Roehamptn AS 

1881 Moseley H G A Dunning, Clapton B. Roehamptn 2f> 

1882 Moseley H W G George, Moseley H. . Roehamptn 36 

1883 Moseley H G A Dunning, Clapton B . Roehamptn 30 

1884 Moseley H W G George, Moseley II. . FourOaks P 36 

1885 Liverpool H W Snook, Birehfleld H . . Manchester. 13 

1886 Birehfleld H J E Hickman, Godiva If.. Croydon . : 14 

1887 Birehfleld H J E Hickman, Godiva H.. Four Oaks P43 

1 888 Birehfleld H E W Parry. Salford H . . . Manchester. 4 

1880 Salford H E W Parry, Salford II. . . Kempton P. 1 

1800 Salford H E W Parry, Salford H .. . Sut'nC'field 2 

1801 Birehfleld H J Kibblewhite,SpartanII. Birkenhead 18 

1802 B'fieldH&EssexB H A Heath.S.London II.. Ockham tie 

1803 Essex B II A Heath.S.London IL. Redditch . . 36 

1804 Salford H G Crossland. Salford H. . Blackpool . .11 

1805 Birehfleld H S Cottrell.ThamesValley. W'mbl'yPk 15 

180G Salford H G Crossland. M' Chester H. Minworth .. 5 

1897 JMan°chLter H d } SJEobinson ' N ' hinptnAC Mchestr { tie 

1808 Salford H '. . SJRobinson.N'hmptnAC Ilorton ... 2 

1800 Highgate H C Bennett, Finchley II. . W'mbl'y Pk 32 

1000 Finchley H C Bennett. Finchley II.. Rotherham 20 

1001 Essex Beagles ... A Shrubb, S. London II.. Leicester . . 4 

1002 Highgate H A Shrubb, S. London H. Lingfield . . 10 

1003 Birehfleld II A Shrubb, S. London H.. Haydock . . 31 

1004 Highgate H A Shrubb. S. London H. DunstallPk 40 

1005 Highgate H A Aldridge, Highgate H. Lingfield.. . 76 

1006 Sutton C J Straw. Sutton ..... Haydock . . 5 

1007 Birehfleld H G Pearce, Highgate H . . Colwall Pk. 42 

1008 Hallamshire H . . A JRobertson.Birchfleldll Newbury . 12 
1000 Birehfleld H J Murphy, HallmshreH. Haydock Pk.52 

1010 Hallamshire II.. . F C Neaves, Surrey A.C. Derby 46 

1011 Hallamshire H. ..FN Hibbins, Thrapston Taplow 5L 

1012 Hallamshire H. . . FN Hibbins. Thrapston Haydock Pk.20 

1013 Birehfleld H E Glover, HallmshireH . Dunstall Pk. . 6 



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156 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 

WINNERS OF THE NORTHERN. (First Race 1883). 
Club First Man Ptswonby 

18$ 7 Salford II SV GannonJJverpool II. Manchester 45 

1688 Salford H EW Parry, Salford H. . . Manchester 6$ 

3889 Harehiils II EW Parry, Salford H. . . Manchester 14 

1690 Salford H W II Morton, Salford H. . Manchester 17 

1891 Salford H. ..... . EW Parry, Salford H. . . Manchester 75 

1892 Salford H. ..... . C Souch, Ashton H Aintree 41 

1893 Salford H. .- F E Bacon, Ashton H. . . Manchester 37 

1894 Salford II , G Crossland, Salford II . . . Manchester 1 

1895 Salford II J Harrington, N'thwicbJI Blackpool . 11 

1890 Salford H GCrossland,ManchesterII Eochdale . . 89 

1897 Manchester II... H Harrison, Ma nchesterll Crewe .... 30 
1S98 Manchester II. ... J. Hosker, Farnworth H.. Manchester 59 
1699 Salford II J. Hosker, Farnworth H.. Crewe 65 

1900 Salford H J. D. Marsh, Salford II . . Botherham 42 

1901 Crewe H JTBimmer,SouthportAC Haydock . . 8 

1902 Salford IT S J Bobinson, Salford H„ Haydock . . 14 

1903 Crewe H J Hosker, Farnworth II . . Haydock . . 24 

1904 Farnworth H HLawson.LeedsH.&A.C. Haydock . ., 21 

1905 Crewe H J Hosker, Farnworth IT. Haydock . . 2 

1906 Crewe II C J Straw, Sutton Haydock. . 8 

1907 Haliamshue II . . S Welding Sutton Haydock . 11 

2908 Haflamshire IT. . W T Clarke, Sefton Haycock . . 12 

1909 Hallamshire H . . J Murphy, HallmslirelL Doncaster. . 44 

1910 H H .. J Murphy, Hallamshire. Haydock.. 67 

1911 Hallamshire IT. .. C Vose, Warrington.... Haydock ..2t 

1912 Hallamshire H. . . E. Glover, Hallamshire . Wakefield. .23 

1913 Warrington A.C.. E Glover, Hallamshire . Stockton. . .28 



WINNERS OF THE MIDLAND. (First pace 1879.) 

1886 Birchfield IT . . . . . W Snook, Birchfield H.. . Long Eaton 23 

1887 Burton-on-TrntlT A HouUling, Burton H. . B"rton-on-T 1 

1889 Birchtield II IT Dunkley, Godiva H. . . Dunstali Pk 57 

1890 Worcester II . . . B Jeff, Worcester II Dunstali Pk 

1891 Birchfield H C W Davies. Birchfield H Bedditch . . 67 

1892 Birchfield H IT Dunkley, Godiva H. . . N'rth'mpt'n 48 

1896* Birchfield H SJBobinson.N'hmptn AC FemhillHth 29 

1897 Birchfield IT SJBobinson,N'hmptn AC N'rth'mpt'n 34 

1898 Birchfield H. SJBobinson.N'hmptn AC Kettering. . 28 

1899 Birchfield H AH Meacham,BirchfieldHSmethwick. 70 

1$00 Birchfield H SJBobinson.N'hainpton.. Halesowen.. 32 

I#01 Birchfield II W II Day, Derby &CACC Dunstall Pk 57 

1902 Birchfield H W H Day. Derby & CACC Derby. 55 

1903 Birchfield IT G Smith. Derby fr CA C C Oadby 50 

1904 Birchfield H AHMeacham,BirchfieldH Walsall. ... 59 

1905 Birchfield H W G Dunkley. Alpine IT. Prestbury . 50 

1906 Birchfield H W G Dunkley, Alpine H. Coventry . . 57 

1907 Birchfield IT W G Dunkley, Alpine H. Northmptn 55 

1908 Birchfield H W Coales, Thrapston Derby .... 53 

1909 Birchfield IT W Coales, Thrapston . . . Uttoxeter . .31 

1910 Derby & CAO.. ..FN Hibbins, Thrapston. Coventry. . . 4 

1911 North Staffs H. . FN Hibbins, Thrapston Thrapston . 67 
1912ThrapstonA&C.C. FN Hibbins, Thrapston OolwallPk. .26 
1913 Birchfield H . . . . . . II D Baldwin.Derby & CAC, Derby ... 23 

'Lapsed for four* years. 18S8 No Contest. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 157 

WINNERS OF THE SOUTHERN. (First Race 1884.) 
Club. First Man. Pts won by 

1885 South London II . E C Carter, Finchley H. . Sand'wn Pk 54 
Um South London H. WHCoad.SthLondonIL . Sand'wnPk 69 

im? Finchley H WH Coad,SthLondon H.. KemptfnPk 10 

18SS Finchley H S Thomas, Ranelagh II . . Kempt' nPk 7 

1889 Spartan H S Thomas, Ranelagh II. . Kempt'nPk 12 

1890 Spartan H J Kibblewhitc,Spartan II Croydon . . 32 

1891 Finchley H J Kibblewhite,Spartan H Kensal Rise 1 

1892 Finchley H H A Heath,SthLondon H Ockham "5 

1893 Essex B HA Heath.Sth London II Oekhani . . 15 

1894 Essex B B\ Ithmstw II W'mbi'yPk 58 

1895 Finchley H HWatkins.Walthmstw II W'nibl'y Pk 20 

1896 Finchley H G\ x Beagles.. Wmbl'yPk21 

1897 Finchley H G Martin, Essex Beagles.. Wmbl'y Pk 5 

1898 Essex Beagles . . . C Bennett, Finchley H. . W'mbi'yPk 2 

1899 Highgate H C Bennett, Finchley II . . W'mbfy Pk 39 

1900 Highgate II C Bennett, Finchley H . . W'rnbl'y Pk 6 

1901 Essex Beagles ... A Shrubb, S. London II. . W'mbi'yPk 8 

1902 Essex Beagles ... A Shrubb, S. London II. Lingfield . . 14 

1903 Highgate H A Shrubb, S. London H. . Lingfield . . 37 

1904 Highgate H A Shrubb, S. London II. . Lingfield . 122 

1905 Highgate H A Aldridge, Highgate II. Lingfield . . 86 

1906 Highgate H G Pearce, Highgate H . . IrnbexCourt 60 

1907 Highgate If G Pearce. Highgate H . . ImberCourt 72 

1908 Highgate 11 J E Deakm, Heme Hill H Wmbl'y Pk 69 

1909 Highgate IT A E Wood, Essex B Epsom 41 

1910 Highgate II A E Wood, Essex B Epsom 67 

1911 Highgate H F C Neaves, Surrey A.C.. Lingfield . . 77 

1912 Highgate H .... F C Neaves, Surrey A.C.. Hilliugdon. 37 

1913 Surrey AC W J Tucker, Reading A.C. Camer 13 



GYMNASTICS. 

(Under the auspices of the Amateur Gymnastic Association). 
NATIONAL CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP (ADAMS SHIELD), 1913. 

H) Birmingham and District (City Team).— S. Hodgetts 
« apt), 97* ; J.W T hitaker, 97i ; O. Morris, 82 ; A. W. Messenger. 
81 ; S. W T alker, 87i ; E. Ness, 61*. Grand total, 507. 

(2> Northampton Polytechnic. — B. W. Franklin, 691 s H. 
Oberholzer, 71*. ; E. W. Potts (Capt.), 981: ; P. Reitmann, 98£ i 
W. King, 91* ; R. H. Potts, 91* ; Grand total, 521. 

YORKSHIRE CHALLENGE SHIELD, 1913. 

Western Road Eyening School, 367 ; Huddersfield Technical 
College, 303. 

MIDLAND SHIELD INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 

1.— S.' Hodgetts, Birmingham Athletic Institute. . , .69 points. 

2. — J. Whitaker, Birmingham Athletic Institute 66$ 

&— -O. Monis, Hockley Hall G.C CO „ 

NATIONAL PHYSICAL RECREATION SOCIETY 
CHALLENGE SHIELD, 1913. 

U) Liverpool Gymnasium.— P. P. M'Ardle, 66 ; F. Wilson, 
58 ; G. Davidson, 54 ; H. T. Bell, 47 : O. Fitzran, 45 ; E. R. 
Ch&ndon, 42 ; Mass drill, 16$. Total 477. 

($) Leeds Y.M.C.A.—C. Stones, 56* ; II. P. Webster. 54* ; 
J. Kime, 53* ; J. Holgate, 49* : A. V. Wadsworth, 49} ; W. 
Atkinson, 411 ; Mass drill, 158. Total 463. 



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LACROSSE. 

NORTH v. SOUTH (Instituted 1877). 



1891 South... 11— 9 



1892 North 

1893 North 

1894 North 

1895 North 

1896 North 

1897 North 



6—1 
7—4 
. 10—7 
..8—4 
.10—1 
.11—? 



; North ..13—2 



1899 North . 

1900 North . 

1901 North . 

1902 South . 

1903 North . 

1904 North . 
190.3 North . 
1906 North . 



14—3 
6—4 
.7—4 
.7—4 
11 — 5 
.4—3 
.8—8 
.9—5 



1907 North . 

1908 Drawn 

1909 North . 

1910 North . 

1911 North . 

1912 North . 

1913 North . 



15—1 
.9—9 
.9—4 
13—3 
16—7 
16—7 
7—4 



NORTH OF ENGLAND FLAG TIE FINALS. 

1899-90— South Manchester beat Heaton Mersey 15—5 

1890-91 — South Manchester beat Owens College 4 — 1 

1891-92— South Manchester beat Owens College 6—2 

1892-93— Cheetham beat South Manchester 6 — 2 

1893-94— Cheetham beat Owens College 4 — 3 

1894-95 — South Manchester beat Owens College 10 — 3 

1895-96— Stockport beat South Manchester 9—5 

1896-97— Stockport beat Albert Park 2—1 

1897-98— Stockport beat South Manchester 9—1 

1898-99— Stockport beat Heaton Mersey 16 — 2 

1899-1900— Stockport beat Albert Park 12—0 

1900-01— Stockport beat Heaton Mersey 11—3 

1901-02— Stockport beat South Manchester 6 — 1 

1902-03— Stockport beat South Manchester 12—5 

1903-04— South Manchester beat Heaton Mersey 8—4 

1904-05 — Stockport beat Heaton Mersey 4 — 3 

1905-03 — South Manchester beat Stockport 3 — 2 

1908-07— Old Hulmeians beat South Manchester 10—7 

1907-08— Old Hulmeians beat South Manchester 10—7 

1908-09— South Manchester beat Eccles 11—1 

1909-10— Old Hulmeians beat South Manchester 10—4 

1910-11— Stockport beat Old Hulmeians 6—1 

1911-12— Stockport beat Albert Park 7—3 

1912-13— Stockport beat Albert Park 15—2 



ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP (the Iroquois Cup). 

1890 — South Manchester beat West London 15 — 9 

1895 — South Manchester beat Snaresbrook 14- — 3 

1896— Surbiton bea Stockport 2 — 1 

1897— Stockport beat West London 12—4 

1898— Stockport beat Surbiton 1 1—1 

1899 — Stockport beat West London 14 — 3 

1900— Stockport beat Woodford 7—2 

1901— Stockport beat Woodford 11—2 

1903— Stockport beat Woodford -9—5 

1904— South Manchester beat Catford 12—4 

1905 — Stockport beat Surbiton 7—3 

1906— South Manchester beat Surbiton 10 — 8 

1907 — Old Hulmeians beat Surbiton 12^-0 

1908 — Old Hulmeians beat Surbiton 4 — 1 

1909 — South Manchester beat Catford 15—3 

1910 — Old Hulmeians beat Catford 20 — 5 

1911 — Stockport beat Lee 15 — 5 

1912— Stockport beat Lee 18—8 

1913— Stockport beat Lee . . : ." 22—4 

[No match in 1902.] 



THE SPOBTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 
COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 



159 



1909 Cheshire beat Kent 14—2 

1910 Lanes, beat Kent 21 — 3 
leil Cheshire. 

1912 Cheshire beat 

Middlesex 12-10 



1913 Lancashire beat 

Middlesex 22-11 



OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE, 



1903 Cambridge 19. . .Oxford 6 

1904 Cambridge 10. . .Oxford 4 

1905 Cambridge 14. . .Oxford 3 
1908 Cambridge 10. . .Oxford 3 

1907 Oxford 13. . .Cambridge 9 

1908 Oxford 10. . .Cambridge 5 



1909 Cambridge 8 Oxford 6 

1910 Cambridge 9 Oxford 6 

1911 Cambridge 8. . . .Oxford 3 

1912 Oxford 9 Cambridge 4 

1913 Oxford 13 . .Cambridge 4 



1998— England 
1909— England 
1910— England 



ENGLAND v. WALES. 

18—2 I 1911 Not played. 

18—4 ! 1912 Not played. 

14—5 ! 1913 Not Played. 



TENNIS. 

PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS. 

1819-1829—" Old " Cox (England). 
1829-1862— Edmond Barre (France). 
1862-1871— Edmund Tompkins (England). 
1871-188.')— G. Lambert (England;. 
1885-1890— T. Pettitt (America). 
1890-1895 — C. Saunders (England). 
1895-1905— Peter Latham (England). 
1905-1907— C. (" Punch '*) Fairs (England). 
1907-1908— Peter Latham (England). 
1908-1911— C. ("Punch") Fairs (England) (holder). 
1912— G. F. Covey, beat C. ("Punch") Fairs at Prince's Club, 
London, March 6, 1912, by 54 games to 42 ; 344 strokes to 315. 
1913— No match 



AMATEUR 

1889 Sir Edward Grey 

1890 Mr. E. 13. Curtis 

1891 Sir Edward Grey 

1892 Mr. H. E. Crawley 

1893 Mr. H. E. Crawley 

1894 Mr. H. E. Crawley 

1895 Sir Edward Grey 

1896 Sir Edward Grey 

1897 Mr. J. ByngGribble 

1898 Sir Edward Grey 

1899 Mr E. H. Miles 

1900..... .Mr. E. H. Miles 

1901 Mr. E. H. Mile? 

1902 Mr. E. H. Mile? 

1903 Mr. 1L E. Mile? 



CHAMPIONS. 

. 1904 Mr. V. Pennell 

1905 Mr. E. H. Mile? 

1906 Mr. E. JL Mile? 

1907 Mr. Jay Gould 

1908 Mr. Jay Gould 

1909 Mr. E, H. Miles 

1910 Mr. E. H. Miles 

1911 Hon. N. S. Lytton. 

1912 E. M. Baerlein. 

1913. .Hon. N. S. Lytton beat 
E. M. Baerlein by 3 
sets to 2 ; 27 games' 
to 23 ; 179 strokes 
to 175. 



1912- 
1913- 



AMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 

Mr. Jay Gould beat Mr. Josliua Crane. 
-Mr. Jay Could beat Mr. Joshua Crane in 3 straight 



160 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. 

Singles. 
191 3 Cambridge (H. W. Leatham, Charterhouse and Trinity) beat 
I xford (Hon. J. N Manners, Eton and Balliol) by 3 sets to love. 
Double?. 
1913 Cambridge (H.W.Leatham and M.Woosnam (Winchester ani 
Trinity) beat Oxford (Hon. J. N. Manners and G.WestmacotL, 
Eton and Christ Church) by 3 sets to 0. " 
Records up to 1913. — Singles: Cambridge won 36, Oxford 18. 
Doubles : Cambridge won 34. Oxford 20. 

M.C.C. PRIZES. 

Gold Racquet. 
1913 — -Eustace Miles (holder) beat Major A. Cooper Key 
(challenger) by 3 sets to 1. 

Silver Racquet. 
1913— Major A. Cooper Key (holder) beat Captain R. K. Price 
by 3 sets to 1. 

— S— — — 

RACQUETS. 

AMATEUR CHAMPIONS. 



1888 C. D. Buxton 

1889 *E. M. Butler 

1890 P. Ash worth 
3891 ir. Philipson 

1892 F.D.T.ongworth 

1893 E.D.Long worth 

1894 H. K. Foster 

1895 H. K. Foster 

1896 IT. K For.ter 



1897 II. K. Foster i 1906 MajorSheppard 

1898 II. K. Foster 1907 E. B. Noel 

1899 H-.-K. Foster 1908 E. M. Baerlein 
1900*H. K. Foster 1909 E. M. Baerleia 
lOOlF.D.Longworth 1910 E. M. Baerlein 

1902 E. H. Miles 1911 *E. M. Baerlein 

1903 E. M. Baerlein 1912 B. S. Foster 

1904 H. K. Foster ! • Resigned. 

1905 E. M. Baerlein 
1913 B. S. Foster beat H. W. Leatham by 3 games to (45 aces 

to 17). 



AMATEUR DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

PREVIOUS WINNERS. 
1890— P. Ashworth and W. C. Heclley. 
1891— P. Ashworth and E. L. Metcalfe. 
1892— E. M. Butler and M. C. Kemp. 
1893— F. H. Browning and H. K. Foster. 
1894— H. K. Foster and F. C. Ridgway. 
1895 — F. Dames Longworth and F. H. Browning. 
1896 — II. K. Foster and P. Ashworth. 
1897 — H. K. Foster and P. Ashworth. 
1898— H. K. Foster and W. L. Foster. 
1899 — H. K. Foster and P. Ashworth. 
1900— H. K. Foster and P. Ashworth. 
1901 — F. Dames Longworth and V. Pennell. 
1902— E. M. Baerlein and E. Miles. 
1903— H. K. Foster and B. S. Foster. 
1904— E. Miles and E. M. Baerlein. 
1905— E. Miles and E. M. Baerlein. 
190C — E. Miles and F. Dames Longworth. 
1907 — W. L. Foster and B. S. Foster. 
1908 — V. H. Pennell and F. Dames Longworth. 
1909 — P. Ashworth and E. M. Baerlein. 
1910— B. S. Foster and Hon. C. N. Bruce. 
1911— B. S. Foster and Hon. C. N. Bruce. 
1912— H. W. Leatham and H. A. Denison 

1913 — B. S. Foster and H. Brougham (the holders Leatham and 
Denison did not defend title.) 



Famous Association Footballers. 




STEVE BLOOMER, BOBBY WALKER, 

(Derby County). (Heart of Midlothian)- 

BOB CROMPTON.' Blackburn Rovers). 



ALF. COMMON, 

(Preston North End). 



BILLY MEREDITH, 

(Manchester United). 



Five Veterans of the Qame. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 1S1 

VARSITY CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

THE DOUBLES. 
Winners Since 1890. — Instituted 1855. 
1890 — Cambridge (P. Ash worth and H. L. Meyer). 
1891— Oxford (E. L. Metcalfe and F. S. Cockayne). 
1892— Oxford (F. S. Cockayne and A. D. Erskine). 
1893— Oxford (H. K. Foster and F. C. Ridgway). 
1894— Oxford (H. K. Foster and F. C. Ridgway). 
1895— Oxford (H. K. Foster and F. C. Ridgway). 
1898— Oxford (H. K. Foster and Ivor L. Johnson). ... 
1897 — Cambridge (E. Garnett and J. H. Stogdon). 
1898— Oxford (P.. E. Foster and A. S. Crawley). 
1899 — Cambridge (E. B. Noel and E. M. Baerlein). 
1900— Oxford (L. F. Andrews and S. J. G. Hoare). 
1901— Cambridge (E. M. Baerlein and E. B. Noel). 
1902 — Cambridge (E. M. Baerlein and F. B. Wilson). 
1903— Oxford (A. J. Graham and C. W. Bartholomew). 
1901— Oxford (A. J. Graham and G. T. Branston). 
1905 — Cambridge (E. W. Bury and R. P. Keigwin). 
1906— Cambridge (St. J. Wolton and W. G. Pound).- '* 
1907 — Oxford (G. N. Foster and C. V. L. Hooman). 
1908— Oxford (Hon. C. N. Bruce and H. Brougham). 
1909— Oxford (H. Brougham and R. O. Lagden). 
1910— Oxford (A. Tylor and A. J. Evans). 
1911— Cambridge (F. A. Sampson and A. H. Lang). 
1912 — Cambridge (H. AV T . Leatham and F. A. Sampson). 
1913 — Cambridge (H. W. Leatham and A. H. Lang) beat 

C F. B. Simpson, and R. A. Boddington. 
-Of the 57 matches played, Cambridge now have won 30. anJ 

Oxford 27. — • 

MILITARY CHAMPIONSHIPS. 
SINGLES. 
1912— A. II. Muir (15th Sikhs) 
1913— Captain A. C. G. Luther (K.O. Light Infantry) beat 

Mr. A. H. Muir (15th Sikhs) by 3 games to 2. 

ARMY DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1912— 2nd Batt. K. O. Yorks. Light Infantry (Captain Luther 

and Mr. C. E. D. King.) 
1913— 15th Sikhs, I.A. (A. H. Muir and H. E. Growse) (challengers) 

beat 2nd Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (Captain 

A. C. G. Luther and C. E. D. King (holders) by four games to 

two. - : 

AMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1913 — Lawrence Waterbury beat H. F. McCormick by 3 games 
to 1. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS' CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1913 — Wellington (E. G. Bartlett and F. A. Carnegy) beat 
Haileybury (H. D. Lake and L. F. Marson) by 4 games to 0. 



PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1913— Jack Soutar (U.S.A.) beat Charles Williams (England) 
by 6 games to 4. 

: -^ 

QUOITS. 

ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIP (18 yards) 1913. 
James Hood, Liverpool, beat James Kerr, London, by 61 chalka 
to 53. 

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HOCKEY. 

ENGLAND v. IRELAND. 

England won 16, Ireland 1, drawn 2. England 69 goals, Ireland 19. 



1895 Richmond . , 

1896 Dublin 

1897 Wimbledon , 

1898 Dublin 

1899 Richmond . , 

1900 Belfast 

1901 Surbiton 

1902 Dublin 

1903 Surbiton . . . 

1904 Dublin 



E. 
. .5 

. .1 
..8 

..1 
. ,3 
..2 
. A 



1905 Surbiton . . . 

1906 Dublin 

1907 Bromley . . 

1908 Dublin 

1909 Surbiton 

1910 London . . . 

1911 Dublin 

1912 Beckenham 

1913 Dublin 1 



E. 
..4 

2 

...4 
..8 
..4 
..2 
.10 



ENGLAND v. FRANCE. 

England won 6, France 0, drawn 1. England 58 goals 

)' 1911 Folkestone . . 

I I 1912 Paris 

L j 1913 Cambridge . . ; 



.14 



1907 Beckenham 

1908 Paris 2 

1909 Acton 9 

1910 Paris . . 6 



E. 

A . 
.9 . 
14 . 



F. 
. 
. 1 
. 



IRELAND v. WALES. 

Ireland won 19, Wales 0, drawn 0. Ireland 106 goals, 



1895 Rhyl 3 

1896 Rhyl 5 

1897 Dublin , . . 5 

1898 Llandudno 10 

1899 Dublin 4 

1900 Llandudno 5 

1901 Dublin 9 

1902 Abergavenny. . .7 

1903 Limerick 7 

1904 Abergavenny. . .4 



1905 Cork .... 

1906 Cardiff 

1907 Dublin 

(908 Newport 
909 Cork 
010 Abergavenny 

1911 Dublin 

1912 Newport 

1913 



ales 13. 

W. 

.... 2 

a 

... . o 

2 

1 

.... 



1 





ENGLAND v. WALES. 



England won 16, Wales 
E. 
...7 . 
...3 . 
..10 . 
...4 . 
...7 . 
...6 . 
. .A . 
...6 . 



1898 Manchester . 

1899 Newport 

1900 Manchester . 

1901 Swansea . . . 

1902 Manchester . 

1903 Llandudno . 

1904 Bath 

1905 Newport . . . 



, drn 0, 

W 
... 
... 



England 107 goals, Wales 11 j 
E. W. 
.12 2 



1906 Kersal 

1907 Llandudno . . 

1908 Bath 

1909 Swansea . . . 

1910 Cambridge. . 
1011 Llandudno . 

1912 Huddersfield 

1913 Cardiff 



.. 
.. 
.. 

.. 3 
. 



ENGLAND v. SCOTLAND. 

England won 9> Scotland 1, drawn 1. England 44 
E. 



goals, Scotland 7. 



1903 Birmingham . 

1904 Partick 

1905 Surbiton 

1906 Glasgow 

1907 Birmingham . 

1908 Edinburgh .. 



1909 Manchester . 

1910 Aberdeen . . 

1911 Bristol 

1912 Edinburgh . 

1913 Beckenham 



E. 

.5 

.3 
.5 
.1 



S. 

. 2 
. 
. 6 
, li 
. 



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163' 



SCOTLAND v, WALES. 

Scotland won 8, Wales 0, drawn 0. Scotland 29 goals, Wales 10. 



s. w. 




S. W. 


1906 Edinburgh 3 1 1910 Dunfermline ... 7 


1907 Abergavenny . .2 1 1911 Barry 4 .... 2 


1908 Glasgow 2 1 | 1912 St. Andrew's . .6 3 


1909 Wrexham 3 2 


1913 




D. 


IRELAND v. SC0TLAN 


Ireland won 9, Scotland 2, drawn 1. Ireland 54 goals, Scotland 9. 


I. S. 


I. S. 


1902 Belfast 3 


1908 Belfast 6 


1903 Partick 6 


1909 Glasgow 2 3 


1904 Belfast 8 1 


1910 Dublin 4 


1905 Partick 5 


1911 Glasgow .... 1 


1906 Belfast 7 1 


1912 Dublin 2 


1907 Glasgow 3 3 


1913 






rE 


OXFORD v. CAMBRIDG 


Cambridge won 11, Oxford 10, dm 3. Cambridge 60 gls. Oxford 54. 


1390 Oxford . .2—0 , 1893 Cambdge 4—0 


1906 Cambdge 4—1 


1891 Oxford . .3—1 i 1899 Cambdge 5—2 


1907 Cambdge 3—2 


1892 Draw . . .2—2 1900 Cambdge 3—2 


1908* Cambdge 3—1 


1893 Oxford ..3—1 ' 1901 Cambdge 4—1 


1909 Oxford ..6—3 


1894*Draw . . .1— 1 1902 Oxford . .3— 2 


1910 Oxford ..5—4 


1895 Draw . . . 3—3 1903 Oxford . . 3—0 


1911 Cambdge 4—1 


1896 Cambdge 3—1 1904 Oxford . . 1-0 


1912 Oxford ..3—1 


1897 Cambdge 4—0 1905 Oxford ..3—1 


1913 Cambdge 7—2 


*A " full blue " awarded to Cambridge repre 


;sentatives this year. 



South won 17, 
1889-90 South 6 — 
1890-91 South 4—0 
1391-92 South 4—1 
1892-93 South 4—2 
1893-94 Draw 2—2 
1894-95 South 3—2 
1895-96 South 4—2 
1396-97 South 1—0 



NORTH v SOUTH. 

North 4, drawn 1. South 82, North 37. 
1897-98 South 4—2 I 1905-06 South 7 
1898-99 South 3—2 
1899-00 North 2—0 ! 
1900-01 North 4—1 | 
1901-02 South 5—0 I 
1902-03 South 7—0 
1903-04 South 6—3 
1904-05 South 4—2 I 



1906-07 South 4—2 
1907-08 South 4—1 
1908-09 South 6—2 
1909-10 North 3—2 
1910-11 North 2—1 
1911-12 Not Playei 
1912-13 Not Played 



INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 



ENGLAND . . 

Ireland . . . 

SCOTL ' ND . . 

Wales 



Pld. 
. 3 



Won. 
. . 3 



Drawn. 
.. . 
.. . 
.. . 
. . . 



Lost 
. 



Pts. 

.. 6 
.. 4 

.. 2 
,. 



BASEBALL, 

WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. 
1913. — Philadelphia Athletics beat New York Giants. 



164 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

GOLF. 

AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP 1913. Played at St. Andrews. 

Sixth Rottxp. 
E. P. Kyle (St. Andrew's University) beat F. W. If. Roulston 

(Wakefield) by 5 and 4. 
Robert Harris (Acton) beat J. S. Worthington (Mid Surrey) 

by 6 and 5. 
C. C. Aylmer (West Surrey) beat J. L. C. Jenkins (Troon) by 

one hole. 
H. II. Hilton (Royal Liverpool) beat Hemrick Schmidt 

(Massachusetts, U.S.A.) at the 19th hole. 
Semi-Fixal. 
R, Harris beat E. P. Kyle by 3 and 2. 
H. H. Hilton beat C. C. Aylmer by one hole. 

Final. 
H. H. Hilton beat R. Harris by 6 and 5. 



AMERICAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 

Mr. F. Ouimet (Boston) 77, 74, 74—225 

H. Vardon (South Herts) 75, 72, 78—225 

E. Ray (Oxley) 79, 70, 76—225 

The tie resulted ; — Ouimet, 72 ; Vardon, 77 ; Ray, 78, 



WINNERS OF AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS (since 1889). 
Year Winner Runner- up Where played 

1889— J. E. Laidlay L. M. Balfour St. Andrews 

1890 — John Ball J. E. Laidlay Hoylake 

1891— J. E. Laidlay H. H. Hilton St. Andrews 

1892— John Ball H. H. Hilton Sandwich 

1893 — Peter Anderson. ... J. E. Laidlay Prestwick J 

1894— John Ball S. M. Fergusson . . . Hoylake 

1895 — L. Balfour Melville. John Ball St. Andrews 

1896— F. G. Tait H. H. Hilton Sandwich 

1897— A. J. T. Allan James Robb Muirfield 

1898— F. G. Tait S. M. Fergusson . . . Hoylake 

1899— John Ball F. G. Tait Prestwick 

1900— H. H. Hilton James Robb Sandwich 

1901— H. H. Hilton John L. Low St. Andrews 

1902— Charles Hutchings S. H. Fry Hoylake 

1903 — Robert Maxwell . . H. G. Hutchinson . . Muirfield 

1904— W. J. Travis Edward Blackweli . . Sandwich 

1905— A. G. Barry Hon. O. Scott Prestwick 

1906— J. Robb C. C. Lingen Hoylake 

1907— J. Ball C. A. Palmer St, Andrews 

1908 — E. A. Lassen H. E. Taylor Sandwich 

1909— R. Maxwell Captain Hutchison . Muirfield 

1910— J. Ball C. Aylmer Hoylake 

1911— H. H. Hilton E. A. Lassen Prestwick 

1912— J. Ball Abe Mitchell Westward Ho ! 

1913— H. H. Hilton R, Harris St. Andrews 



OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913 (Played at Hoylake.) 



J. H. Taylor. 73, 75, 77, 79-304 

E.Ray 73,74,81,84-312 

H. Vardon . .79, 75, 79, 80-313 

M. Moran . . 76, 74, 89, 74-313 

J J M'Dermott75, 80, 77, 83-315 

T. G. Renouf.75, 78, 84, 78-315 ! F. Collins . . .77, 85, 79, 77-318 

J. Bra.dheer.78. 79. 81, 79-317 I 



J. Sherlock. .77, 86, 79, 75-317 
T.Williamson77, 80. 80, 80-317 
A. Massy . . .77, 80, 81, 79-317 
J. Graham . .77, 79, 81, 81-318 
A. Herd 73, 81, 84. 80-318 



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165' 



WINNERS OF THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS (since 1892). 

Year. Winner. Where Played. Score. 

1892— Mr. H. H. Hilton Muirfield 305 

1893 — W. Auchterlonie Prestwick 322 

1894— J. H. Taylor Sandwich 326 

1895— J. H. Taylor St, Andrews 322 

1896— H. Vardon Muirfield 316 

1897— Mr. H. H. Hilton Hoylake 314 

1898— H. Vardon Prestwick 307 

1899— IT. Vardon Sandwich 310 

1900— J. H. Taylor St. Andrews 309 

1901— James Braid Muirfield 309 

1902— Alex. Herd Hoylake 307 

1903— H. Vardon Prestwick 300 

1904— J. White Sandwich 296 

1905— J. Braid St. Andrews 318 

1908— J. Braid Muirfield 300 

1907— A. Massy Hoylake 812 

1908— J. Braid Prestwick 291 

1909— J. H. Taylor Deal 295 

1910— J. Braid St. Andrews 299 

*1911— H. Vardon Sandwich 303 

1912— E. Kav Muirfield 295 

1913— J. H. Taylor Hoylake 304 

* After a tie with A. Massy. 



OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. 



Year. Winner. Holes up. 

1878— Oxford 24 

1879— Cambridge 10 

1880— Oxford 8 

1881— No match — 

1882— Cambridge 1 

1883— Oxford 2 

1884— Oxford 2 

1885— Oxford 38 

1886— Oxford 37 

1887— Cambridge 12 

1888— Cambridge 8 

1889— Oxford 9 

1890— Cambridge 1 

1891— Cambridge 11 

1892— Cambridge 12 

1893— Cambridge 32 

1894— Oxford 13 

1895— Cambridge 3 



Year Winner. Holes up. 

1896— Halved match 

1897— Cambridge 5 

1898— Cambridge 6 

1899— Oxford 18 

1900— Oxford 69 

1901— Oxford 14 

1902— Oxford 47 

1903— Oxford 27 

1904— Oxford 11 

1905 — Cambridge ^ . 49 

1906— Cambridge 23 

1907— Cambridge 1 

1908— Cambridge 4 matches to 3 
1909— Oxford 6 matches to 2 
1910 — Cambridge 5 matches to 3 
1911— Oxford 5 matches to 3 
1912 — Halved match. 
1913— Halved match. 



INTERNATIONAL MATCHES.— ENGLAND v. SCOTLAND. 

Amateurs. 
1902 — Scotland beat England by 7 holes at Hojlake. 
1903— England beat Scotland 5 matches to 4 at Muirfield. 
1904 — Scotland beat England 6 matches to 3 at Sandwich. 
1905 — Scotland beat England 6 matches to 3 at Prestwick. 
1906 — Scotland beat England 7 matches to 2 at Hojlake. 
1907— Scotland beat England 8 matches to 1 at St. Andrews. 
1908 — Scotland beat England 5 matches to 4 at Sandwich. 
1909 — Scotland beat England 7 matches to 2 at Muirfield.3 
1910 — England beat Scotland 5 matches to 4 at Hoylake. 
1911 — Scotland beat England 5 matches to 4 at Prestwick. 
1912 — Scotland beat England 3 matches to 2 at Westward Ho! 
1913— Xo Match. 



156 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Professionals. 

1903 — Scotland won 9 matches to 8 at Prestwick. 

1904 — England and Scotland halved the match at Sandwich; 

1905— England and Scotland halved the match at St. Andrew3. 

1906 — England beat Scotland 12 matches to 6 at Mulrfield. 

1907 — England beat Scotland 8 matches to 5 at Hoylake. 

1908 — Match abandoned owing to rain at Prestwick. 

1909 — England beat Scotland 11 matches to 4 at Deal. 

1910 — England beat Scotland 11 matches to 5 at St. Andrews. 

1912 — England and Scotland halved Match at Muirfield. 

1913 — England beat Scotland 13 matches to 4 at Hoylake. 

Amateurs v. Professionals. 

1911 — Professionals beat Amateurs (foursomes) at Sandwich by 
8 matches to 1. 



RECORDS OF COURSES MADE IN COMPETITIONS. 



AsJiford Manor . .C Johns . .68 

~Rear*den X Mr H Higgins . f l~> 
xearsaen J Mr j L Baird ) 72 

Burhill . . .L Ayrton 68 

~' Ml . . / Mr A Campbell \ 7Q 
Carnoustie \ m s Maiden. . j 72 

Deal TBall 71 

{M Moran 70 
Mr J D Rittle ) 
MrLO BfimnX76 
Mr C Bancroft) 
-. - /Mr J Ball ^ „~ 

Fairhaven . .G Duncan 71 

Formby. . .Mr J Ball 77 

^e^r{|^ don - ::::; J73 

Ben ley F Rhodes 69 

I Mr J Graham . . I 

Hoylake A Herd 71 

I P E Taylor I 

Hv.dders field . . Mr F, A Lassen 70 

Kmitsford. G Duncan 71 j 



Newcastle {Co. Down) 

A Robertson 70 

A'. Berwick . . Mr J E Laidley 73 
North Manchester A Hallam .67 
Parle Langley. .GL Mellin . .67 

D , T IG Duncan \„„ 

Peebles | ERay . }6o 

Porimarnock . . Mr L O Munn . 74 

Pnrfru^ -f H McNeill 70 

Portrush\ m c HezIet 75 

Prestwick . .E Gray 68 

fW Smith 1 71 

S. Andrews! G Duncan / ' J 



Sunning- 
dale 



Learning- /Mr E Blackwell|^ 
ton X J Braid. 



} 73 

Leasowe . .Mr J Ball 70 

Luton. H Tardon . .68 

Mid-Surrey. .Mr H E Taylor 69 

fTBall 68 

Muirfield{ G Duncan ) _ 

1 Mr J Graham .J* 1 

„, „ , /A Herd \ 

Musselov.rgnXft yardon. . . j 



i^ 



UlrEBlackwell .73 

c . f Mr J Ball ) 

. bt " UlrEA Lassen . . V70 
Annes { Mr mvcrummack J 
Sand- /Mr E Martin Smiths co 

wich\ J H Taylor J bS 

Sundwell Park. . Mr F Scurf .70 
J White...... 68 

Mr N F Hunter ) 
Mr HE Taylor V74 
Mr R Harris ..) 

I W Fernie 70 

Troon { MrJCL Jenkins ..)„.-> 

I Mr J A Shaw j ' 3 

West Middlesex — 

Mr J A Parkes. .75 

( J Braid 63 

Westward J Mr H H Hilton } 
Ho ) MrACMCroome J- 7*5 
(Hon. D Scott J 
Wcrplesdon. .E Ray 74 



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PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS' TOURNAMENT, 
First Second Third Fourth Course 

1903 — Braid . . . Ray Taylor .... Coburn .... Sunningdale 

1904 — Taylor . .Toogooc! . .Hepburn . .Herd Mid-Surrey 

1905— Braid . . . T. Vardon... Jones Mitchell Walton H. 

1908 — Herd Mayo Duncan .... Jones Hollinwell 

1907 — Braid . . .Taylor . . .Ray H. Vardon ..Sunningdale 

190S — Taylor . .Robson . . .Mayo Sherlock . . .Mid-Surrey 

1909— T. Ball. . Herd H. Vardon ..Hepburn . .Walton H. 

1910 — Sherlock. Duncan . .Bannister . .Hughes . . . .Sunningclale 

1911— Braid . . .Ray H. Vardon ..Williamson .Walton H. 

I Ml 2 — Vardon. .Ray Cawsey . . . .Wilson . . . .Sunningdale 

1913— Duncan .Braid Watt Wilson Walton H. 



SCOTTISH PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. 

(Instituted 1907). 
Winner Where Played Score 

1907 — J. Hunter Barry 304 

1908*-R. Thomson Cardross 298 

1909 — T. R. Ferine Montrose 296 

1910— T. R. Fernie Lossiemouth 291 

1911— E. Sinclair Furnbury 309 

.1912— W. Watt Dunbar 298 

1913— A. Marling Crimen Bay j227 

* After a tie. t For 54 holes. 



IRISH OPEN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 

(Instituted 1892). 
Winner Runner-up Where Played 

1892— A. Stuart J. H. Andrew Port-rush 

1893 — J. Ball, jun L. Stuart Anderson .Newcastle, Co. D. 

1894 — J. Ball, jun D. L. Low Dollymount 

1895 — W. B. Taylor T. M. Williamson . . . Portrush 

1896— W. B. Taylor . . .D. Anderson Newcastle, Co. D. 

1897 — H. H. Hilton . . . . Jv. Stuart Anderson .Dollymount 
1898 *-W. B. Taylor ... R, O. J. Dallmeyer . . Portrush 

1899 — J. Ball, jun J. M. Williamson . . . Portmarnock 

1900— H. H. Hilton S. H. Fry Newcastle, Co. D. 

1901— H. H. Hilton P. Dowie Dollymount 

1902— H. H. Hilton . . . . W. H. Hamilton .... Portrush 

1903— CI. Wilkie H. A. Boyd Portmarnock 

1904— J. S. Worthington J. F. Mitchell Newcastle, Co. D. 

19Q5— H. A. Boyd J. F. Mitchell Dollymount 

1908— H. H. Barker L S. Worthington . . Portrush 

1907- — J. Douglas Brown S. H. Fry Portmarnock 

1908— J. F. Mitchell H. M. Cairnes Newcastle, Co. D. 

1909— L. O. Munn R. Garson Dollymount 

1910— L. O. Munn G. Lockhart Portrush 

1911 — L, O. Munn Hon. M. Scott Portmarnock 

1912 — Cordon Lockhart P. G. Jenkins Newcastle, Co. D. 

1913— C. A. Palmer L. A. Phillips Dollymount 

* Alter a tie. 



133 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



WELSH AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 

(Instituted 1895). 
Winner Eunver-uv. Wh re at 

1895 — J. Hunter T. M. Barlow Aberdovey 

1896— J. Hunter P. Plunkett Rhyl 

1897*-F. E. Woodbead .J. Hunter Peuarth 

1898— F. E. Woodhead .D. E. Read Aberdovey 

1899— F. E. Woodhead .T. D. Cummins Conway 

1900— T. M. Barlow ...H.Ludlow Porthcaw! 

1901 — Major Green P. Plunkett Aberdovey 

1902 — J. Hunter H. Ludlow Penarth 

1903— J. Hunter T. M. Barlow Rhos-ori-Sea 

1904 — H. Ludlow R. M. Brown Ashburnhaiu 

1905 — J. Duncan, jun . . A. P. C. Thomas .... Conway 

1906— G. Renwick, jun. . . W. T Daries Radyr 

1907— L. A. Phillips L. H. Gottwaltz Porthcaw! 

1908 — G. Renwick, jun. .L. A. Phillips Southemdown 

1909 — J. Duncan, jun. . .E. J Byrne ... Rhyl 

1910 — G. Renwick, jun. .R. M. Brown Swansea 

1911— H. M. Lloyd T. C. Mellor Conway 

1912— L. A. Phillips C. H. Turnbull Porthcawl 

1913— H. N. Atkinson. .C. J. Hamilton Chester 

* 36 holes played for first time. _j, 



LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP. (Instituted 1893). 



1893 
1891 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 



Winner. 
Lady Margaret Scott 
Lady Margaret Scott 
Lady Margaret Scott 
Miss Amy Pascoe 
Miss E. C. Orr 
Miss L. Thomson 
Miss M. Hezlet 
Miss R. K. Adair 
Miss M. A. Graham 
Miss M. Hezlet 
Miss R.K.Adair 



1901 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



Winner. 
Miss L. Dod 
Miss B. Thompson 
Miss B. Thompson 
Mrs. Kennion 
Miss M. Hezlet 
Miss Titterton 
Miss D. Campbell 
Miss E. G. Suttie 
Miss D. Campbell 
Miss G. Ravenscroffc 
Miss Muriel Dodd 



ST. GEORGE'S CHALLENGE VASE. (Instituted 1883) 



Score. 

1893 H. H. Hilton 165 

1891 H. H. Hilton 167 

1895 E. Blackwell 177 

1896 F. G. Tait 165 

1897 C. E. Hambro 162 

1898 F. G. Tait 163 

1899 F. G. Tait 155 

1900 R. Maxwell 155 

1901 S. H. Fry 165 

1902 H. G. Castle 162 

1903 Capt. Hutchison 158 



Score. 
1901 John Graham 151 

1905 R. Harris 154 

1906 M. Fergusson 155 

1907 C. E. Dick 161 

1908 A. C. Lincoln 157 

1909 S. H. Fry 153 

1910 Capt. C.K.Hutchison 157. 

1911 E. Martin Smith 143 

1912 Hon. Michael Scott . . 153 

1913 H. D. Gillies 153 



PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANTS' CHAMPIONSHIP. 

Played at Totteridge, 1913. 

F. G. Jewell, Nth Mdlsex . . 142 | C. Burrows, Edgeware 149 

E. Beecham, Highgate .... 144 I W. King, Harbone 151 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 169 

CHAMPIONS OF THE YEAR. 



INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS. 

British Open.— J. H. Taylor (Mid Surrey). 

British Amateur. — H. H. Hilton ("Royal Liverpool). 

British Ladies. — Miss M. Dodd (Moreton). 

Irish Open Amateur. — C. A. Palmer (Handsworthh 

Irish Native Amateur. — L. O. Mmm (Northwest). 

Irish Ladies Amateit*. — Miss Jackson (Maiahide). 

Irish Professional. — M. Moran (Royal Dublin). 

South or Ireland. — A. W. Murray (Pulley Downs). 

Scottish Amateur. — W. Murray (Broomieknowe). 

Scottish Ladies. — Miss J. McCulloch (West Milbride). 

Scottish Professional.— A. Marling (Boyal Aberdeen). 

Welsh Amateur. — H. N. Atkinson (Chester). 

Welsh Ladies. — Miss D. E. Brookes (Carnarvonshire). 

Welsh Team.— Chester. 

Welsh Professional. — G. Gadd (Wrexham). 

English Ladies. — Mrs. F. W. Brown (Royal Wimbledon). 

French Open. — George Duncan (Hanger Hill). 

French Amateur. — Lord Charles Hope (Royal St. George's) 

French Native Proiessional. — Arnaud Massy (Nivelle). 

French Ladies. Professional. — Mdlle. de Bellet (La Boulie) 

Belgian Open. — Tom Ball (Raynes Park). 

American Open. — Francis Ouimet (Woodland). 

American Amateur. — Jerome D. Travers (Montclair). 

American Ladies. — Miss Gladys Ravenscroft (Bromborough). 

Canadian Open. — Albert Murray (Montreal). 

Canadian Amateur. — G. S. Lyon (Toronto). 

Canadian Ladies. — Miss M. Dodd (Moreton). 

Australian Open. — Ivo Whitton (Melbourne). 

Australian Amateur. — A. D. Lampreire (Victoria). 

New Zealand. — J. A. Clements (Wellington). 

South African Amateur. — J. A. G. Prentice (Johannesburg)* 

South African Open. — J. A. G. Prentice (Johannesburg). 

Queensland. — T. B. Hunter (Brisbane), 

Italian Amateur.— F. E. Dubs (Rome). 

SwEDisn Amateur. — E. Anderson (Gothenburg). 

Swedish Ladies. — Mrs. E. Foernsen (Gothenburg). 

Transvaal. — I. Brews (Pretoria). 

German Ladies. — Fraulien M. L. Eokstein 

River Plate. — A. Phillip (Walton Heath). 

Dutch Amateur. — G. M. Del Court (Brussels). 

Dutch Ladies. — Madame Calkoen van Humer. 

Scandinavian Ladies. — Mrs. E. Toernstein. 

Ceylon.— A. H. S. Clarke (Colombo). 



Daily Sketch p TctJr7 paper id. 



170 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 

INTERNATIONAL MATCHES, ETC. 

English Professionals beat Scottish Professionals. 
Irish Amateurs beat Welsh Amateurs. 
Ladies Internationals . — England. 
Oxford halved, with Cambridge. 

Scottish Inter -University Tournament. — St. Andrew' 
University. 



COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS, ETC. 

Midland Amateur.— F. A. Woolley (King's Norton). 

Midland Team.— King's Noiton. 

Midland Ladies. — Miss Barry (Cheltenham). 

Midland Ladies Team.- — Cheltenham. 

Midland Professional.— C. V. Tnck (South Staffs.). 

Yorkshire Amateur. — E. A. Lassen (Eavenseliffe). 

Yorkshire Ladies. — Mrs. Gwynne (BotherhamL 

Yorkshire Club. — Cleveland. 

Yorkshire Ladies Team. — Newlands. 

Lancashire Amateur. — R. Jennison (Anson). 

Lancashire Team. — North Manchester. 

Lancashire Ladies.— Miss Marsden (Manchester). 

Durham Amatet~r. — W. H. Cumming (Bishop Auckland). 

Northumberland. — J. Phillipson (Newcastle). 

Cornwall Amateur.- — -E. J. D. .Tenner (North Cornwall). 

Kent Ladies. — Mrs. Cautley (Thanet). 

Kent Professional. — C. Gray (Beckenham). 

Fife County. — Elie House Club. 

Northern Amateur. — G. E. Thomson. 

Shropshire Amateur. — H. H. Clarke. 

Shrofsihre Team.— Church Stretton. 

Gloucester Ladies. — Miss Barry (Cheltenham). 

Flint Ladies. — Miss Brooke (Carnarvon). 

Glasgow. — E. Scott. 

Hants, Isle of Wight and Channel Islands. — A. II. Monk 

(Royal Winchester). 
Aberdeen Links. — Alex Cooper, Junr., (Victoria). 
Glasgow Footballers. — J. S. Lawson (Dundee). 
Forfarshire Team. — Montrose Mercantile. 
Surrey Ladies. — Mrs. Johnstone (Walton Heath). 
Glasgow Professional.- — J. Sneddon (Ealston). 
Sussex Amateur.— G. H. Peacock (Eastbourne). 
Manchester Professional. — A. E. Hallain (Manchester). 
Army Championship. — Captain Skeene (Black Watch). 
Army Team.— Black Watch. 



PRINCIPAL TOURNAMENTS. 

£400 Tournament. — George Duncan (Hanger Hill). 
St. George's Challenge Cup. — H. D. Gillies (Woking). 
£350 Foursome Tournament.— Harry Yardon (South Herts) 
and T. Williamson (Notts). 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 171 

Parliamentary Handicap. — Lord Northesk. 

Stock Exchange. — G. S. Hughes. 

London Amateur Foursomes. — Coombe Hill (H. E. Taylor and 

H. L. Doherty). 
Bar Tournament. — D. M. Smith. 
Kilmaine Trophy. — Biarritz beat Pau. 
Nice Challenge Cup. — C. R. Blandford (Nice). 
Biviera Challenge Cup.— Monte Carlo. 
Assistants Professionals Tournament. — F. C. Jewell (North 

Middlesex). 
West of England Challenge Cup. — Hon. M. Scott (Royal 

North Devon). 
Lord "Warden Challenge Cup. — Mark Tennant (Oxford 

University). 
Don Memorial Cup. — Lord Charles Hope (Royal St. George's*- 
Borough of LIythe Cup. — J. GaskeU. 

Borough of Deal Cup. — Hon. M. Scott (Royal. St. George's). 
English County Association Tournament. — Somerset 

(E. W. Kay). 
Scottish Societies Tournament. — Glasgow and Lanarkshire 

Association. 
Scottish Foursome Tournament. — Prestwick St. Nicholas. 
Leeds Challenge Cup. — W. Hambleton (Anson). 
Midland Professional Foursomes. — L. Holland and G. V. Tuck 
Sussex Professional Foursomes. — A. E. Baggs and W. Kneller. 
Yorkshire Professional Foursomes. — J. W. Gaudin and H E., 

Dean. 
'* Golf Illustrated " Cup. — Abe Mitchell (Cantelupe). 
\' G jlf Illustrated" Ladies. — Miss Cecil Leitch (Walton Heath) 
' Lady's Pictorial " Tournament. — Miss Barry (Cheltenham). 
" Ladies Golf " Cup. — Miss M. Bouverie (Northampton). 
Tennant Cup. — S. O. Shepherd (Innerleven). 
Cp.uden Bay Tournament. — J. F. Macdonald (Royal Aberdeen). 
Arnott Cup. — F. Wadsworth {ll\e limes). 
Greenkeepers Association Tournament. — G. Mollice (Ben- 
stead Downs). 
Stewards Association Tournament. — F. Marshall (Oxhey). 
Inter-Theatre Challenge Shield. — Kingsway Theatre. 
Turnberry Tournament. — G. C Manford (Edinburgh Univ.). 
Nairn Tourn amext. — F. A. Fairley (Nairn). 
Highland Amateur. — J. McCosh (Prestwick). 
East Lothian Cup.— Tantallon. 
Edinburgh Insurance and Banking Trophy. — W. W. Temple. 



ROYAL AND ANCIENT CLUB, 
Royal Medal. — S. Mure Fergusson. 
Gold Medal. — Edward Blackwell. 
Silver Cross. — Edward Blackwell. 
George Glennie Medal. — Edward Blackwell. 
Calcutta Cup. — Colonel Johnstone. 
Jubilee Vase.—F. M. Richardson. 



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LAWN TENNIS. 



1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 



1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 



1891 



1879 
1880 
18.81 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 



1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 

Wt, 
1898 

1899 
1900 
1901 

1902 



S W Gore 
P F Hadow 
J T Hartley 
J T Hartley 
W Eenshaw 
W Kenshaw 
W Renshaw 
W Eenshaw 
W Eenshaw 
W Renshaw 
H F Lawford 
E Eenshaw 
W Eenshaw 



ENGLAND.— CHAMPIONS. (Instituted 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1908 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 



W J Hamilton 
W Baddeley 
W Baddeley 
J Pirn 
J Pirn 

W Baddeley 
H S Mahony 
E F Doherty 
E F Doherty 
E F Doherty 
E F Doherty 
A W Gore 



1877). 

H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 
X E Brookes 
A W Gore 
A W Gore 
A F Wilding 
A F Wilding- 
A F Wilding 
A F Wilding 



Miss M Watson 
Miss Bingley 
Miss L Docl 
Miss L Dod 
Mrs Hillyard 
Miss Bice 
Miss Dod 
Miss Dod 
Miss Dod 
Mrs Hillyard 



LADIES' SINGLES. (Instituted 1884). 

Miss C Cooper i 1905 Miss M Sutton 

Miss C Cooper 1906 Miss Douglass 

Mrs Hillyard 1907 Miss M Sutton 

:\Jis^ C Cooper 1908 Mrs Sterry 

Mrs Hillyard 1909 Miss D Boothby 

Mrs Hillyard 1910 Mrs L Chambers 

Mrs. Sterry 1911 Mrs L Chambers 

Miss M E obb 1912 Mrs Larcombe 

Miss Douglass 1913 Mrs L Chambers 
Miss Douglass 



1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 



GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLES. 



L E Erskine, H F Lawford 
W Eenshaw, E Eenshaw 
W Eenshaw, E Eenshaw 
J Hartley, E Eichardson 
C Grinstead, C Weldou 
W Eenshaw, E Eenshaw 
W Eenshaw, E Eenshaw 
W Eenshaw, E Eenshaw 
P Lyon, H Wilberforce 
W Eenshaw, E Eenshaw 
W Eenshaw, E Eenshaw 
J Pirn, F O Stoker 
W Baddeley, H Baddeley 
H S Barlow, E W Lewis 
J Pirn, F O Stoker 
W Baddeley, H Baddeley 
W Baddeley, H Baddeley 
W Baddeley, H Baddeley 



1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



(Instituted 
E F Doherty, 
E F Doherty, 
E F Doherty, 
E F Doherty, 
E F Doherty, 
S H Smith, F 
E F Doherty, 
E F Doherty, 
E F Doherty, 
s K Smith, F 
X E Brookes, 
A F Wilding, 
H E Barrett, 
A F Wilding, 
M Decugis, A 
II E Barrett, 
H E Barrett, 



1879). 

H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 

L Eiseley 
H L Dohertv 
H L Doherty 
H L Doherty 

L Eiseley 
A F Wilding 

M J C Ritchie 

A W Gore 

M J G Bitchia 

H Cobert 

C P Dixon j 

C P Dixon 



MIXED DOUBLES CHAMPIONS. (Instituted 1888). 



'A Dod, Miss Dod 
W Baddeley, Mrs. Hillyard 
H S Mahony, Miss C Cooper 
H S Mahony, Miss C Cooper 
H S Mohony, Miss C Cooper 
H S Mahony, Miss C Cooper 
H S Mahoney, Miss C Cooper 
C H L Cazalet, Miss M E Eobb 
H L Doherty, Miss C Cooper 
b S H Smith, Miss Martin 
S H Smith. Miss Martin 

* Holders did 



1903 F L Eiseley, Miss D K Douglass 

1904 S H Smith, Miss E W Thomson 

1905 S H Smith, Miss E W Thomson 

1906 F L Eiseley, Miss D K Douglass 

1907 *X E Brookes, Mrs. Hillyard 
1908 *X. Casdagli, Mrs. Sterry 
1909 *X. Casdagli. Miss Garfit 

1910 J C Parke, Mrs. Luard 

1911 T MMarrogordatcMrs.Partoa 

1912 J C Parke, Mrs. Larcombe 

1913 H. Crisp, Mrs. C. O. Tuckey 
not defend. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 173 

LADIES' DOUBLES CHAMPIONS. (Instituted 1SS5). 



1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 



1900 
1901 

1902 
1903 



Miss Jackson, Miss Crofton 
Mrs. Hillyard, Miss Steedman 
Mrs. Hillyard, Miss Steedman 
Mrs. Hillyard, Miss Steedman 
Mrs. Hillyard, Miss Steedman 
Mrs. Hillyard, Mrs. Pickering 
Miss Steedman, Miss R Dyas 
Mrs. Durlacher, Miss Steedman 
Mrs. Pickering. Miss Eobb 
Mrs. Pickering, Miss Eobb 
Mrs. Pickering, Miss Robb 
Miss D K Douglass, Miss E W 
Thomson 



1904 Miss D K Douglass, Miss E W 

Thomson 

1905 Miss C M Wilson, Miss H Lane 
1900 Mrs. Hillyard, Miss C Meyer 

1907 Mrs. Hillyard, Miss C Meyer 

1908 Mrs. Sterry, Miss Garflt 

1909 Miss Aitchison, Mrs. Tuckey 

1910 Mrs. Hudlestone, Miss Garflt 

1911 Mrs. Larcombe, MissLonghurst 

19 12 Mrs. Larcombe, Miss Longhursfi 

1913 Mrs Mc.Nair Miss D P Boothby 



COVERED COURTS CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 

Gentlemen's Singles. — A. F. Wilding beat A. H. Lowe. 
Ladies' Singles. — Mrs. H. Edington beat Miss E. D. Holman. 
Gentlemen's Doubles. — P. M. Dawson and C. P. Dixon beat 

M.J. G. Ritchie and T. M. Mavrogordato. 
Mixed Doubles. — A. E. Wilding and Mrs. Colston beat F. G. Lowe 

and Mrs. Parton. 



INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (DAVIS CUP). 

1912 — England (Messrs. C. P. Dixon, capt., A. E. Beamish. 
F. Gordon Lowe and J. C. Parke) beat Australia (Messrs. 
Brookes, Dunlop, Heath and A. B. Jones) by three matches 
to two, at Melbourne, November 28, 29, and 30. 

TOTALS FOR THE MATCH. 

British Isles.' — 3 rubbers, 9 sets, 88 games, 595 aces. 
Australasia.— 2 rubbers, 8 sets, 85 games, 581 aces. . 



DAVIS CUP, 1913. 

CHALLENGE ROUND. 

United States of America (challengers) beat British Isles (holders'/ 

by 3 matches to 2. 
The Singles.— M. E. McLoughlin (U.S.A.) lost to J. C. Parke 

(British Isles), 10—8, 5—7, 4—6, 6—1, 5—7. and beat C. P. 

Dixon (British Isles) 8—6, 6—3, 6—2. R. N. Williams (U.S.A.) 

beat C. P. Dixon (British Isles) 8—6, 3—6, 6—2, 1—6, 7—5. 

and lost to J. C. Parke (British Isles) 2 — 6, 7 — 5, 7—5, 4 — 6, 

2—6. 
The Doubles.—^. H. Hackett and M. E. McLoughlin (U.S.A.) 

beat H. Roper Barrett and C. P. Dixon (British Isles) 5 — 7 

6—1, 2—6, 7—5, 6—4. 



Davis Cup Winners. 



1900 U.S.A. 

1901 U.S.A. (w.o.) 

1902 U.S.A. 

1903 British Isles 

1904 British Isles 
1805 British Isles 
It 03 British Isles 



1907 Australasia 

1908 Australasia 

1909 Australasia 

! 1910 Australasia (w.o.) 
! 1911 Australasia 

1912 British Isles 
! 1913 U.S.A. 



174 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

CHAMPIONS OF 1913. 

IBISH CHAMPIONSHIPS. , 
All Comers Singles. — J. 0. Parke. 

Ladies* Singles. — Mrs. Barry. 

Gents' Doubles. — A. B. Jones and H. M. Bice. 

Ladies' Doubles. — Miss M. Bennison and Miss E. Bennison. 

Mixed Doubles. — C. F. Scroope and Miss Monahan. 

NOETH OF ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS. \ 

Oven Singles. — J. C. Parke. 

Ladies Singles. — Mrs. D. B. Larcombe. 

Oven Doubles. — A. F. Wilding and X. Casdagli. 

Ladies Oven Doubles. — Mrs. D. B. Larcombe and Mrs. Parfcon, 

COYEBED COUBTS CHAMPIONSHIPS. 
Men's Singles. — P. M. Davson. 

Mex's Doubles. — A. W. Gore and H. Boper Barrett. 
Ladies, Singles. — Mrs. Lambert Chambers. 
Mixed Doubles. — S. N. Doust and Mrs. Lambert. 
Men's Doubles. — A. F. Wilding and S. N. Doust. 

HABD COUBT CHAMPIONSHIPS (at St. Cloud). 
Men's Singles. — A. F. Wilding. 
Ladies' Singles. — Fraulein M. Bieck. 

Men's Doubles. — B. Kleinschroth and Baron ron Bissing. 
Mixed Doubles. — M. Decugis and Miss E. Byan walked over; 
A. F. Wilding and Mme. Golding, scratched. 

CHAMPIONSHIPS OF ETJEOPE (Covered Courts), 
(at Stockholm). 
Men's Oven Singles. — A. F. Wilding. 
Men's Oven, Doubles. — M. Decugis and M. Germot. 
Ladies' Oven Singles. — Miss H. Aitehison. 
Mixed Ove.i Doubles. — M. Decugis and Mme. Fenwick. 

MIDLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

Gent's Singles— S. N. Doust. 

Ladies' Siigles. — Mrs. Hannam. 

Gent's Doubles.— A. D. Pebble and S. N. Doust. 

Ladies' Doubles. — Miss E. Byan and Miss A. M. Morton. 

Mixed Doubles. — E. Larsen and Miss E. Byan. 

LONDON CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

Men's Oven Singles. — F. G. Lowe. 

L.adies' Ovei Singles. — Mrs. D. B. Larcombe. 

Men's Oven Doubles. — F. W. Babe and H. Kleinschroth. 

Mixed Ovex Doubles. — C. P. Dixon and Mrs. Larcombe. 

WELSH CHAMPIONSHIPS. 
Men's Oven Singles. — C. P. Dixon. 
Ladies' Oven Singles. — Mrs. Hannam. 
Men's Oven Doubles. — C. P. Dixon and E. Gwynne Evang. 
Oven Mixed Doubles. — C. P. Dixon and Mrs. Hannam. 

AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP. 
National Singles. — M. E. McLouglilin. 

ABMY CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

Army Siigles. — Captain E. D. Young {Devon Begt.). 
Army DoubUs. — Captain What ford and G. F. Scroope (6t>tfr 
Punjaubs). 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 175 

BOWLING, 1913. 



BLACKPOOL SWEEPSTAKES (Talbot Hotel}. 
Winner. Runner-up. Entries. 

1878 W. Mills, Newton Heath ■ — 

1879 T. Baron Little Hulton ■ — 

1880 J. Aldred, Newton Heath ■ ■ — 

1881 W. Dewhurst, Preston — 

1882 T. Hart, Lostock T. Baron 94 

1883 W. Parker, Blackburn J. Green 144 

1884 Richard Barlow, Horwich, and 

J. Butler, Hollinwood, divided. . Jos. Fielding, sen. ... 172 

1885 T. Carter, Preston T. Wilson 208 

1886 J. Rothwell. West Leigh H. Brocklebank 240 

1887 T. Salisbury, Blackpool H. Baines 304 

1888 D. Greenhalgh, Horwich W. Bromilow 376 

1889 J. Bowden, Little Hulton John Hilton 378 

1890 D. Greenhalgh, Horwich W. H. Law 384 

1891 H. Rutter, Blackrod H. Brocklebank 368 

1892 W. Bahner, West Leigh .lames Seddon 320 

1893 John Peace, Huddersfield J). Greenhalgh 406 

1894 T. Berry, Blackpool Walter Hop wood . . . 448 

1895 Gerard Hart, Blackrod Arthur Sugden 512 

3 896 R. Mather, Westhoughton E. Barton 416 

1897 T. Meadows, West Leigh J. Rothwell 492 

1898 T. Heyes, Aspull C. Hudson 512 

1899 J. Peace, Huddersfield J. Aspinall 620 

1900 E. Barton, Great Harwood ... G. Beatty 688 

1901 J. Piatt, Blackpool II. Fairhurst 568 

1902 James Ward, Oldham H. Dootson 576 

1903 W. Fairhurst, Ince E. Wolstenholme 704 

1904 O. Farrington, Howe Bridge . . Eli Yates 576 

1905 M. Sharpies, Chorley G. Beatty, Burnley. . 640 

1906 W. Taylor, Little Hulton G. Hart, Blackrod. . . 672 

1907 J. Bagot, South Shore J.Cross, Thatto Heath 816 

1908 S. Massey, Bolton T. Barlow, Bolton . . 832 

1909 W. H. Law, Haslingden R. Mawdsley. Freshf'id880 

1910 R. Hart, Blackrod L. Banks, Atherton 1000 

1911 F. Threlfall, Belfast T. Meadows, Leigh. .1000 

1912 R. Birchall. North Ashton J. Wilson, Chorley. . . 1000 

1913 H. Southern, Westhoughton ... T. Hilton, Greenm't. .1024 

Eighth Round. 

R . Hart, Blackrod ( 1 ) 21 W. Preston, in., Ash-on-R (4). 16 

E. Wilson, Preston (4) 21 W. G-askeel, Standish (4) 20 

T. Hilton, Greenmount (2) . 21 J. Gill, Romiley (4) 7 

H. Southern, Westh'ton (4) . 21 W. Rimmer, Skelmersdale (3) 16 
Semi-Finals. 

H. Southern, Westho'ton (4). 21 E. Wilson, Preston (4) 14 

T. Hilton, Greenmount (2) . 21 R. Hart, Blackrod (1) 15 

Detailed Scores : 
H. Southern (4) 021101100200212210 1—21. 
E. Wilson (4) . .200010011012000002 0—14. 
T. Hilton (2) 11210101111000000200100221 1—21 
R. Hart (1).. 0001020000111111012011000 0—15 

Fixal. 
H. Southern (4) 21 T. Hilton (2) 20 

Detailed Scores : 
II. Southern (4)— 

00121212100100100120000100 1—21. 
T. Hilton(2) 111000000011011021001122 11 0—20. 



178 THE SPOETING CHRONICLE ANNUiL. 

BLACKPOOL SWEEPSTAKES (Waterloo Hotel). 

Seventh Bound. 
J. Johnson, South Shore (5) .21 T. Whatley, Blackpool (5) ... 18 

P. Hart, Blackrod (2) 21 P. W. Copple. Newton (5) . . . 12 

G. Hart, Blackrod (scratch) .21 C. Farrington. Howe B. (3). .15 
J. Howarth, Blackrod (5), a bye. 

Semi-Final. 

P. Hart, Blackrod (2) 21 J. Howarth, Blackrod (5) . . . . 8 

G. Hart, Blackrod (scr.) ... 21 J. Johnson, South Shore (5) . . 1 1 

Final. 

G. Hart, Blackrod (scr.) 21 P. Hart, Blackrod (2) . . 19 

Detailed Scores : 
G. Hart (sc.) 01210101000 100012201210022 1—21 
B. Hart (2)..1000 10 10121022200020001 10 0—13 



AMATEUR BOWLING, 1913. 
CORONATION CUP. 

Seventh Bound. 

J. Suthers, Wi ; hins (5) 21 S. Madeley, Salford P. (3) . . .14 

J. Armstrong, Bowdon (4) . .21 P. Flyim, Wigan (sub) (1). . .18 

C. P. Hough, Griffin (scr.) ... 21 A. Marshall, Butchers (2) 11 

P. Nelson, Griffin (4) 21 S. Bullen, Wigan (sub) (2) ... 13 

Semi-Finals 

P. Nelson, Griffin (4) 21 J. Suthers, Withins (5) 10 

J. Armstrong, Bowdon (1) . . 21 C. P. Hough, Griffin (scr ) ... 17 

Final. 
E. C. Nelson, Griffin (4) 21 J. Armstrong, Bowdon (4) ... 20 



THE COUNTY MATCHES: CROSFIELD CUP. 
B.C.G.C.A. 

Individual Merit. — J. Chesters, Cheshire, 1 ; J. Hart, Lanca- 
shire, 2 ; G. Drink water, Cheshire, 3 ; C.Garside, Derbyshire. 4. 

Lancashire v. Derbyshire. 
At Manchester. At New Mills. 

Lancashire 246 Lancashire 21o 

Derbyshire . . . 141 Derbyshire 212 

Staffordshire v. Yorkshire. 
At Stoke-on-Trent. At Harold. 

Staffordshire 198 Staffordshire 193 

Yorkshire 228 Yorkshire 228 

Yorkshire v. Derbyshire. 
At Ossett, At New Mills. 

Yorkshire 249 Yorkshire 229 

Derbyshire 134 Derbyshire 209 

Lancashire v. Cheshire. 
At Kersal. 

Cheshire 189 Cheshire 224 

Lancashire 198 Lancashire 178 

Yorkshire v. Cheshire. 
At Ossett. At Lostock Alkali. 

Cheshire 199 Cheshire 237 

Yorkshire 238 Yorkshire 190 

Cheshire v. Derbyshire. 
At Bowdon. At New Mills. 

Cheshire 246 Cheshire 239 

Derbyshire 141 Derbyshire . 184 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 177 

Lancashire v. Staffordshire. 

At Wolverhampton. At Birkdale. 

Staffordshire 241 Staffordshire 22o 

Lancashire 190 Lancashire 183 

Derbyshire v. Staffordshire. 

At Burton-on-Trent. At Wolverhampton. 

Derbyshire 205 Derbyshire 153 

Staffordshire 202 Staffordshire 213 

Staffordshire v. Cheshire. 
At Wolverhampton. At Bowdon. 

Cheshire 200 Cheshire 224 

Staffordshire 218 Staffordshire 177 

Owing to the dispute on the professional Question between 
Lancashire and Yorkshire, the counties did not meet. 
Final Table. 

Won. Lost. 

Cheshire 4 .... 

Yorkshire 3 .... 1 

Staffordshire 4 .... 2 

Lancashire 3 .... 1 

Derbyshire 4 . 



Drawn. 


Point?. 


. . 


.. 8 


. 2 . 


. . 4 


. 2 . 


. . 4 


. 2 . 


2 


. 4 . 


.. 



LANCASHIRE AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. 

Individual Merit (Open). — J. Hart, Wigan Subscription. 1 ; 

W. Clewarth, Swinton Subscription, 2 ; P. Flynn, Wigan 

Subscription, 3 ; W. Forshaw, Southport, 4. 
Manchester Division. — W. Gaskell, Man and Scythe. 
Liverpool Division. — J. F. Kerr, Stanley Arms. 
Southport Division. — F. E. Beswick. 
Blackpool Division. — J. Hart, Wigan Subscription. 

Association Prize Competition. — WhiteSeld (First Team) 1 9 

Rainhill (Liverpool) 2. 
Second Teams Championship. — Whitefleld 1, Radcliffe Withins 2. 

Crosfield Cup and Medals. 
Semi-Fvnal. — Eylauds Recreation 220, Roebuck 219, Wigan 

Subscription 217, Warrington Cemetery 184. 
Final. — Wigan Subscription, 224, Rylands Recreation (Warring 

ton) 188. 



CHESHIRE ASSOCIATION. 

Individual Merit. — J. Murray, Bowdon Griffin, 1 ; J. Chesters, 
2 ; E. Whitby, 3 ; H. Beckett, 4. 

Brunner Cup and Medals. 
Final.— Wilmington Park, 1, Midcllewick B.G. 2. 



YORKSHIRE AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. 

Individual Merit. — A. Brown, Brighpuse Woodland, 1 ; A. 
Cropper, Dewsbury Savile, 2 ; W. Walsh, Bradley Woodman, 
3 ; J. E. Rukin, Morley, 4 ; and H. Jones, Low Moor Harold, 5. 

County Cup and Championship. 
Semi-Finals — Dalton Liberals 237, Waterloo 185. Clifton 228 

Lockwood Conservative 194. 
Final.— Clifton 221, Dalton Liberal 220. 



178 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 

DERBYSHIRE AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. 

Individual Merit. — J. Crankshaw, Osmaston, 1 ; G. Oklfielcl, 
Derby Midland, 2 ; G. Aldred, Compstall, 3 ; W. Walker. 
Compstall, 4. 

County Cup and Championship. 

Derby Midland in the final game defeated Buxton. 



BRITISH PARKS AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. 

Individual Merit. — J. Valentine, Lancashire, 1 : S. Street, 

Lancashire, 2 ; H. Lodge, Yorkshire, 3 ; C. Myers, Yorkshire, 4. 

County Matches.— SAMUEL CUP. 

Lancashire v. Staffordshire. 

At Tunstall. At Manchester. 

Staffordshire 446 Staffordshire 377 

Lancashire 327 Lancashire 417 

Yorkshire v. Cheshire. 

At Altrincham. At Stanningley. 

Cheshire 487 Cheshire 410 

Yorkshire 344 Yorkshire 423 

Lancashire v. Yorkshire. 
At Patricroft. At Bradford. 

Lancashire 490 Lancashire 535 

Yorkshire 289 Yorkshire 428 

Staffordshire v. Cheshire. 
At Burslem. At Altrincham. 

Staffordshire . . 461 Cheshire 425 

Cheshire 311 Staffordshire 419 

Lancashire v. Cheshire. 
At Sale. At Salford. 

Lancashire 476 Lancashire 455 

Cheshire 359 Cheshire 380 



Yorkshire v. Staffordshire. 
At Bradford. At Longton. 

Yorkshire 435 Staffordshire \ Staff s.won by62 

Staffordshire 389 Yorkshire . . J points. 



ENGLISH ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONS, 1913. 

(Under English Bowling Association Rules). 

Single - Handed Championship. — C. Gibbs, Sunderland 
Ashbrooke B.C. 

Pairs Championship— C.ABooth and A.E. Godsall, Forest Hill. 

PlInks Champions, — Dulwich B .C. 

County Championship. — Middlesex B.A. 

English v. Scots Match. — Scots (D. B. Macbride, captain). 



INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT, 1913. 

Shots Shots. 

Won. Lost For Agst. Up. Down Pts. 

Scotland 3 . . . . 271 213 . . 58 . . 6 

Wales ........ 2 . . 1 . . 225 224 . . 27 26 . . 4 

Ireland . . . . . . 1 . . 2 . . 225 244 . . 8 27 . . 2 

"Erie-land U .. 3 .. 212 252 .. 40 .. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 179 

POLO. 



INTER-REGIMENTAL TOURNAMENT. (Instituted 1873J 



1892 13th Hussars 

1893 10th Hussars 

1894 13th Hussars 

1895 13th Hussars 

1896 9th Lancers 

1897 Inniskillings 

1898 Imiiskillings 

1899 7th Hussars 



1900-02 No Tourn't 

1903 17th Lancers 

1904 17th Lancers ; 

1905 Inniskillings 

1906 20th Hussars i 

1907 20th Hussars j 

1908 11th Hussars I 

1909 11th Hussars 1 



1910- Royal Hor.» 
Guards 

1911 4th Dragoon 

Guards 

1912 Royal Hors3 

Guards 

1913 15th Hussars 



HURLINGHAM CHAMPION CUP. (Instituted 1876.) 



1892 Sussex 
1393 Sussex (w.o.) 

1894 Freebooters 

1895 Freebooters 

1896 Freebooters 

1897 Rugby 

1898 Rugby 

1899 Rugby 



1900 Old Cantabs. 

1901 Rugby 

1902 Freebooters 

1903 Rugby 

1904 Old Cantabs, 

1905 Roehampton 

1906 Roehampton 



1907 Freebooters 

1908 Old Cantabs. 

1909 Roehampton 

1910 Old Cantabs, 

1911 Eaton 

1912 Old Cantab3, 

1913 Quidnuncs 



RANELAGH OPEN CHALLENGE CUP. (Instituted 1897.) 



1897 Rugby 
Ranelagh 

1898 Freebooters 

1899 Freebooters 

1900 Old Cantabs. 

1901 Rugby 

1902 Rugby 



1903 Old Cantabs 

1904 Roehampton 

1905 Roehampton 
1908 Roehampton 
1907 Roehampton 
1903 Ranelagh 



l 1909 Meadowbrook 
(U.S.A.) 

I 1910 Old Cantabs. 

I 1911 Royal Horsa 
Guards 

I 1912 Old Cantabs. 

I 1913 Tigers 



ALL-IRELAND OPEN CUP. (Instituted 1878.) 



1892 9th Lancers 

1893 13th Hussars 

1894 15th Hussars 

1895 Freebooters 

1896 13th Hussars 

1897 Rugby 

1898 Rugby 

1899 Inniskillings 



1900 Freebooters 

1901 Nomads 

1902 Wanderers 

1903 Wanderers 

1904 Woodpeckers 

1905 Irish Co.P.C.U. 

1906 Woodpeckers 

1907 Rugby 



1908 Old Cantabs. 

1909 Woodpeckers 

1910 Woodpeckers 

1911 Eaton 

1912 Abandoned 

1913 Hillmortoa 



ENGLAITD v. IRELAND. (Instituted 1903). 
Played 11. England won 9 ; Ireland won 2. 



1903 England 

1904 England 

1905 Ireland 

1906 England 



1907 England 

1908 England 

1909 England 

1910 England 



I 1911 England 

I 1912 England 

1913 Ireland 



180 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 



ENGLAND V. AMERICA— International Cup. 

1911 America bt England 
2 matches to 

1912 No match 

1913 America bt England 
2 matches to 



1886 England bt America 
1900 England bt America 

8 goals to 2 
1902 England bt America 

2 matches to 1 
1909 America bt England 

2 matches to 



The 1913 Team?. 
First Game. 
England. America. 

No. 1 — Capt. L. Cheape Mr M. Waterbury. 

No. 2 — Capt. Edwards Mr. Harry Waterbury. 

No. 3— Capt, B. G. Eitson Mr. H. P. Whitney. 

Back— Capt. V. Lockett Devereux Milbum 

Second Game. 

No. 1 — Capt, L. Cheape Mr. L. E. Stoddard. 

No. 2— Mr. F. M. Freake Mr. Harry Waterbury 

No. 3— Capt, E. G. Eitson Mr. H. P. Whitney 

Back — Capt. V. Lockett Mr. Devereux Milbum. 



OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. (Instituted 1878.) 
t matches have now been played, each University haying won 17. 





GOALS 




GOALS 


1892 Cambridge ... 


.. 12 


1 


1903 Oxford 


...15 


1 


1893 Cambridge . . . 


6 


1 


1904 Cambridge . . . 


3 


2 


1894 No match 






1905 Cambridge . . . 


... 9 


4 


1895 Cambridge . . . 


8 


1 


1906 Oxford 


4 


3 


1896 Cambridge ... 


6 


4 


1907 Cambridge . . . 


.. 9 


2 


1897 Oxford 


.. 12 


2 


1908 Cambridge . . . 


6 


1 


1898 Oxford 


.. 15 





1909 Cambridge . . . 


5 


4 


1899 Oxford 


.. 11 


1 


1910 Oxford 


.. 10 


2 


1900 No match 






1911 Cambridge . . . 


.. 8 


3 


1901 Oxford 


8 


2 


1912 Oxford 






1902 Oxford 


.. 14 





1913 Oxford 


9 


o 



CORONATION] CUP (RanelaghJ. 

1912— Old Cantabs. 1913— Quidnuncs, 



COUNTY CUP. 

1899 Stansted 

1900 Rugby 

1901 Eden Park 

1902 Eden Park 

1903 Blackmore Vale 

1904 Cirencester 

1905 Rugby 

1906 Rugby 



(Instituted 1899). 

1907 Hutton 

1908 Wirral 

1909 Kingsbury 

1910 Salisbury Plain 

1911 Cirencester 

1912 V.W.H. 

1913 Norwich 



JUNIOR COUNTY CUP. (Instituted 1907). 



1907 Blackmore Vale 

1908 Cambridge University 

1909 Stoke D'Abernon 

1910 Stoke D'Abernon 



1911 Cirenceste 

1912 York 

1913 Norwich 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 181 

RUGBY FOOTBALL. 



Champion Country, 1913, ENGLAND. 
Champion County, 1913, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. 



England. . . 
Wales.. .. 
Scotland . . 
Ireland 

Where 
ENGLAND v. 

1871 Scotland 1. 

1872 England 2. 

1873 Scotland 0. 

1874 England 1. 

1875 Scotland 0. 

1876 England 1. 

1877 Scotland 1. 

1878 England 0. 

1879 Scotland 1. 

1880 England 2. 

1881 Scotland 1 . 

1882 Scotland . 
1833 England 0. 
1884 England 1 . 

1886 Scotland 0. 

1887 England 0. 

1890 England 1 . 

1891 Scotland 3 . 

1892 England 1. 

1893 Scotland 2 . 
ENGLAND 

IS 75 England 2. 

1876 England 1. 

1877 England 2. 

1878 England 2. 

1879 England 3. 

1880 England 1. 

1881 England 2. 

1882 England . 

1883 England 1 . 

1884 England 1. 

1885 England 0. 

1886 England 2 

1887 Ireland. 2 

1890 England 

1891 England 2. 

1892 England 1 

1893 England 0. 

1894 Ireland . 1 . 

1895 England . 
ENGLAND 

1880 England 8. 

1883 England 2 . 

1884 England 1 . 

1885 England 1 . 

1886 England 1. 

1887 Wales -.0. 



INTERNATIONAL TABLE FOR 1913. 

Pld. Won Lost Dm. 

3 . . 3 . . . . ... 

3 .. 2 .. 1 .. . 

3 .. 1 .. 2 .. . 

3 .. 3 .. .. 

a year is omitted the match was not played. 
SCOTLAND. England won 14, Scotland 17, drawn 9, 





Points. 


For 


Agst. Pts. 


30 . 


. 4 . . 6 


24 


25 . . 4 


29 . 


. 25 . . 2 


31 . 


. 60 . . 



.1. . 

2 

. o . . 

.0.. 



a 



England 0. 
.Scotland 1. 
England 0. 



.Scotland 0. .1 




.England 
.Scotland 0. .0 
. England . . 
Scotland . . 
. England 1 . . 
. Scotland 1..0 
. England 1 . . 1 
.England 0. .0 
.Scotland 0. .1 
. Scotland . . 1 
. England . . 
. Scotland . . 1 
. Scotland . . 
.0... England 1..0 
.0... Scotland 0..0 
0. . .England 0..0 



1894 Scotland 0. .2. . .England 0. 

1895 Scotland 1 . . 1 . . . England 1 . 

1896 Scotland 1 . .2. . .England 0. 

1897 England 2. .1. . .Scotland 0. 

1898 Scotland . . 1 . . . England . 

1899 Scotland 1. .0. . .England 0. 

1900 Scotland 0. .0. . .England 0. 

1901 Scotland 3. .1. . England 0. 

1902 England 0. .2. . .Scotland 0. 

1903 Scotland 1 . . 2 . . .England 0. 

1904 Scotland 0. .2. . .England 0. 

1905 Scotland 1 . . 1 . . . England . 
1903 England . . 3 . . . Scotland . 
1907 Scotland 1 . . 1 . . . England 0. 



1908 Scotland 3..1. 



1909 Scotland 3.. 

1910 England 1.. 

1911 England 2. 

1912 Scotland 1. 

1913 England 0., 



. England 2 . 

.England 1. 

. Scotland 1 . 
; . Scotland 1 . 
. . England . 
, . Scotland . 



V. IRELAND. England won 23, Ireland 12, drawn 2. 



. . Ireland . . . 

. .Ireland .0..0 

.Ireland .0. .0 

. . Ireland . . . 

.Ireland .0. .0 

. .Ireland .0. 

. .Ireland .0. .0 

..Ireland 0..2 

..Ireland 0..0 

. .Ireland .0. .0 

. . 2 . . . Ireland . . . 1 

. .0.. .Ireland .0. .0 

. .0. . .England 0. .0 

.3.. .Ireland .0..0 

.3. ' 

. .1. 



2..0. 
1..3. 
1..2. 
1..1. 



1896 Ireland 

1897 Ireland 

1898 Ireland 

1899 Ireland . 

1900 England 2.. 2 

1901 Ireland .2..0. 

1902 England . . 2 . 

1903 Ireland .1..1. 

1904 England 2.. 3. 

1905 Ireland . 1 . . 4 . 

1906 Ireland .2.. 2. 
L 90 7 Ireland 2.. 3. 

1908 England 2. .1. 

1909 England 1..2. 

1910 England 0..0. 

1911 Ireland .0..1. 

1912 England 0. .5. 

1913 England 1. .5. 



.Ireland .0. .0 

.Ireland .0. .0 
. .Ireland .0..0 
1 . . . England 1 . . 
2.. .Ireland .0..1 
v. WALES. England won 14, Wales 14, drawn 2. 



.England 1. 
.England 2. 
.England 1. 
.England 0. 
.Ireland .1. 
.England 1. 
.Ireland .0. 
.England 0. 
.Ireland .0. 
.England 0. 
.England 0. 
. England 1 . 
.Ireland .1. 
.Ireland .1. 
.Ireland . 0. 
. England . 
.Ireland .0. 
. Ireland . 1 . 



.Wale? 
.Wale 3 
. Wales 
.Wales 
.Wales 



.0..0 
.0..0 
.1..0 
.1.1 




.England 0. .0 



1890 Wales ..0..1. 

1891 England 2..1. 

1892 England 3..1. 

1893 Wales ..2.. 2. 

1894 England 5..1. 

1895 England 1..3. 



.England 0. 
.Wales ..I. 
.Wales ..0. 
.England 1. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Wales ..0. 



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3898 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 



England 2. 
Wales ..1. 
England 1 . 
Wales ..4. 
Wales ..3. 
Wale* ..2. 
Wales ..1. 
Wales ..3. 
England 3. 



England v. 
5. . .Wale3 ..0. 
2 . . . England . 
3... Wales .1. 
2.. .England 0. 
0.. .England 0. 
1 . . . England . 
2 . . . England 1 . 
2.. .England 1. 
0... Wales ..2. 



Wales — < 



1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
.1 | 1909 
.0 I 1910 
.1 ! 1911 
.0 i 1912 
.2 I 1913 



■Continued. 
Wales ..2, 
Wales ..2. 
Wales . . 2 
Wales . . 5 
Wales . . 1 . 
England 2, 
Wales ..1 
England 1 
England 2 



.5. . .England 0. 
. 2. . . England . 
. 4 . . England . 
. 2 . . . England 3 . 
.1... England 0. 
.1... Wales . 0. 
. 4 . . . England 1 . 
.1... Wales ..0. 
.1... Wales ..0. 



SCOTLAND v. IRELAND. Scotland won 25, Ireland 3, drawn 3. 



3877 Scotland 6., 

1879 Scotland 2. 

1880 Scotland 3. 

1881 Ireland .1. 

1882 Scotland 0., 
1S83 Scotland 1., 

1884 Scotland 2., 

1885 Scotland 1., 

1886 Scotland 4. 

1887 Scotland 4. 

1888 Scotland 1. 

1889 Scotland 1. 

1890 Scotland 1. 

1891 Scotland 4. 

1892 Scotland 0. 

1893 Ireland .0. 

1894 Ireland .1. 

1895 Scotland 0. 

SCOTLAND 

1883 Scotland 3. 

1884 Scotland 1. 
3 885 Scotland 0. 
1886 Scotland 2. 
3887 Scotland 4. 

1888 Wales ..0. 

1889 Scotland 0. 

1890 Scotland 1 . 
3891 Scotland 3. 

1892 Scotland 1. 

1893 Wales . . 1 . 

1894 Wales . .1. 

1895 Scotland 1 . 

1896 Wales ..0. 
1899 Scotland 3. 



. . Ireland . 

. .Ireland . 

. .Ireland . 

. .Scotland 

. .Ireland . 

. . Ireland . 

. .Ireland . 

. . Ireland . 

. . Ireland . 

. .Ireland . 

. .Ireland . 
0. . .Ireland . 
1 . . . Ireland . 
2. . .Ireland . 
1 . . . Ireland . 
0. . .Scotland 
. . . Scotland 
2 . . . Ireland . 



0..0 li 
0..0 i 1897 



0..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..1 
0..0 
0..0 
1..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..0 
0..0 



1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



O T 

Ireland . . . . . 
Scotland 2 . . . . 
Scotland 1 . . 1 . . 
Ireland .0. .3. . 
Ireland . . . . . 
Scotland 0..3. . 
Ireland .1..0.. 
Scotland 0. .1. . 
Scotland 2. .3. . 
Ireland . 1 . . 2 . . 
Scotland 3 . . . . 
Scotland 3. .0. . 
Ireland . 2 . . 2 . . 
Scotland . . 3 . . 
Scotland 1. .3. . 
Ireland . 2 . . 2 . . 
Ireland . 2 . . 1 . . 
Scotland 4 . . 3 . . 



v. WALES. Scotland won 13, W: 



I 



1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
3907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



Wales .. 
Scotland 
Wales . . 
Scotland 
Wales .. 
Wales .. 
Wales .. 
Scotland 
Wales .. 
Wales . . 
Wales . . 
Wales . . 
Wales . , 
Wales . . 



.Scotland 0. 
.Ireland .0. 
.Ireland .0. 
.Scotland 1. 
.Scotland 0. 
. Ireland 1 . 
.Scotland 0. 
.Ireland .0. 
.Ireland .0. 
.Scotland 1. 
.Ireland .0. 
. Ireland . 1 . 
. Scotland 2 . 
. Ireland 1 . 
.Ireland .0. 

Scotland 1 . 

Scotland 1 . 
. . Ireland . 3 . 

drawn 1. 

.Scotland 0. 
.Wales . .1. 
. Scotland 1 . 
.Wales ..0. 
.Scotland 0. 
.Scotland 0. 
. Scotland 1 . 
. Wales . . 1 . 
, . Scotland 1 . 
. Scotland 1 . 
.Scotland 0. 
, . Scotland 1 . 
. . Scotland 0. 
. Scotland . 



1882 
1884 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1898 
1899 



IRELAND v. 

Wales . . . 2 . . 2 . 
Wales . . 1 . . 2 . 
Wales . . 1 . . . 
Ireland . 2 . . 1 . 
Ireland .0..2. 
Ireland . 1 . . . 
Wales ..2..0. 
Ireland . 1 . . 2 . 
Wales ..0..1. 
Ireland .1..0. 
Wales ..1..0. 
Ireland .1..1. 
Wales . . 2 . . 1 . 
Irelaml .0..1. 



.Wales . .1. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Scotland 0. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Wales ..0. 
.Wales ..0. 
. Scotland . 
. Scotland . 
.Wales . .1. 
.Scotland 0. 
.Wales ..2. 



WALES. Wales won 18, Ireland 9, drawn 1. 
. .Ireland .0. .0 \ 1900 Wales . .0. .1. . .Ireland .0. 
..Ireland .0..0 ! 1901 Wales . .2. .0. . .Ireland .0. 
. . Ireland . . . 3 1902 Wales . . 2 . . 2 . . . Ireland . . 
. .Wales. . .0. .0 3903 Wales . .0. .6. . .Ireland .0. 
..Wales ..0..0 1904 Ireland .1. .3. . .Wales ..0. 
. .Wales . .1. .0 1905 Wales . .2. .0. . .Ireland .0. 
..Ireland .1..1 \ 1906 Ireland .1. .2. . .Wales ..0. 
. .Wales . .0. .0 ! 1907 Wales . .4. .4. . .Ireland .0. 
. .Ireland .0. .0 i 1908 Wales . .1. .2. . .Ireland .1. 
..Wales . .0..0 i 1909 Wales . .3. .1. . .Ireland .1. 
..Ireland .0..1 1910 Wales . .3 . .5. . .Ireland .0. 
..Wales . .3...0 1911 Wales . .3. .1. . .Ireland .0. 
..Ireland .1..0 ! 1912 Ireland .2. .1. . .Wales ...1. 
. . Wales . . . . ; 1913 Wales . . 3 . . 1 , . . Ireland . 3 . 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNEAL. 



183 



OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. 

In the series Oxford have won 18, Cambridge 14, drawn 9. 



16S8 Ombrdge 1 . . 2 . . Oxford . . . . 

1889 Oxford . 1 . . 1 . . Cmbrdge . .0 

1890 Cmbrdge 1 . . . . Oxford . . 1 . .0 

1891 Cmbrdge . . 2 . . Oxford . . . . 
1S92 Cmbrdge . . . . Oxford . . . .0 

1 893 Oxford . . . 1 . . Cmbrdge . . 

1894 Cmbrdge 1 . . . . Oxford . . 1 . .0 

1895 Cmbrdge 1 . . . . Oxford . . . . 
3 896 Oxford . 2 . . C . . Cmbrdge 1 . . 1 

1897 Oxford . . . 2 . . Cmbrdge . . 

1898 Cmbrdge 1 . . 2 . . Oxford . . . . 

1899 Cmbrdge 2 . . 4 . . Oxford . . . . 

1 900 O xford . 2 . . . . Cmbrdge 1 . . 1 

WINNERS OF THE NORTHERN UNION CHALLENGE CUP. 



1901 Oxford . 1 . . 1 . . Cmbrdge . .ft 

1902 Oxford . 1 . . 1 . . Cmbrdge 1 . . 1 

1903 Oxford . 3 . . 1 . . Cmbrdge 2 . . 1 

1904 Cmbrdge 3. .0. .Oxford . .2. .0 

1905 Cmbrdge 3 . . . . Oxford . . 2 . . 1 

1 906 Oxford . . . 4 . . Cmbrdge 1 . . 1 

1907 Oxford . 1 . . 4 . . Cmbridge 0. . 

1908 Oxford . 1 . . . . Cmbridge . 1 . . 

1910 Oxford . . 4 . . 5 . . Cmbridge 1 . . 

1911 Oxford . . 4 . . 1 . . Cmbridge 1 . . 3 

1912 Oxford . . 2 . . 3 . . Cmbridge . . 

1913 Cmbrdge 2. .0. .Oxford . .0. .1 



1896-97-Batley 

1897-98-Batley 

1898-99-Oldham 

1899-00-Swinton 

1900-01-Batley 

1901-02-BroiightonPv. 



1908-09-Wakefield T 
1909-10-Leeds 
1910-11-Broughton R 
1911-12-Dewfebury 
1912-13— Huddersfteld 



1902-03-Halifax 
1903-04-Halifax 
1904-05-Warrington 
1905-06-Biadford 
1 906 -0 7-Warrington 
1907-08-Hunslet 
CHAMPIONS OF THE NORTHERN UNION LEAGUE. 

PTS. | TR CNT. 

1907-08 Hunslet 79.28 

1908-09 Wigan 87.50 

1909-10 Oldham 88.23 

1910-11— Oldham .83.82 

1911-12 Huddersfteld 87.50 

1912-13 Huddersfteld 87.50 



1901-02 Broughton B 43 

1902-03 Halifax 49 

1903-04— Bradford 54 

1904-05 Oldham 51 

PR. CNT. 

1905-06 Leigh 80 

1906-07 Halifax 82 . 35 



FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. 

CHAMPIONS 1913 - ENGLAND. 



Scotland won 

1872 England . 

1873 England . 

1874 Scotland . 

1875 England . 

1876 Scotland . 

1877 Scotland . 

1878 Scotland . 

1879 England . 

1880 Scotland . 

1881 Scotland . 

1882 Scotland . 

1883 Scotland . 

1884 Scotland . 

1885 England . 

1886 England . 

1887 Scotland . 

1888 England . 

1889 Scotland . 

1890 England . 

1891 England . 

1892 England . 

1893 England . 



ENGLAND v. 

17. England 13, drawn 
Goa's Goal 

. . Scotland . . . I 
. . 4 Scotland . . . S 
. . 2 England . . . : 
. . 2 Scotland . . . : 
. . 3 England . . . ( 
. . 3 England . . . ] 
. . 7 England . . . i 
. . 5 Scotland . . . i 
. . 5 England ... l . 
. . 6 England . 
. . 5 England . 
. . 3 England . 
. . 1 England . 
. . 1 Scotland . 
. . 1 Scotland . 
. . 3 England . 
. . 5 Scotland . 
. . 3 England . 
. . 1 Scotland . 
. . 2 Scotland . 
. . 4 Scotland . 
. . 5 Scotland . 
* Ibrox disaster 



SCOTLAND. 

12. Scotland 82 



1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



Eu gland , 
England . 
Scotland . 
Scotland , 
England . 
England . 
Scotland . 
England . 
^England . 
England . 
Scotland . 
England , 
England . 
Scotland . 
England . 
Scotland . 
England . 
Scotland . 
England . 
England . 
England . 



goals, England 

Goals C 

. 2 Scotland . 

. 3 Scotland . 

. 2 England . 

. 2 England . 

. 3 Scotland . 

. 2 Scotland . 

. 4 England . 

. 2 Scotland . 

. 1 Scotland . 

. 2 Scotland . 

. 2 England . 

. 1 Scotland . 

. 1 Scotland . 

. 2 England . 

. 1 Scotland . 

. 1 England . 

. 2 Scotland . 

. 2 England '. 

. 1 Scotland . 

. 1 Scotland . 

, . 1 Scotland . 



74. 
oa!s 
,. 2 
, O 
.. 1 
.. 1 
.. 1 
.. 1 
,. 1 
., 2 
. 1 
,. 2 
,. 1 



Mitch declared unofficial). 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



England won 

1879 England . 

1880 England . 

1881 Wales . . . 

1882 Wales . . . 

1883 England . 
1834 England . 

1885 England . 

1886 England . 
3887 England . 

1888 England . 

1889 England . 

1890 England . 
3891 England . 

1892 England . 

1893 England . 

1894 England . 

1895 England . 

1896 England . 



ENGLAND 

27, Wales 2, drawn < 
Goals Goals 

. . 2 Wales 1 

. . 3 Wales 2 

. . 1 England ... 

. . 5 England ... 3 

. . 5 Wales 

. . 4 Wales 

. . 1 Wales 1 

. . 3 Wales 1 

. . 4 Wales 

. . 5 Wales 1 

. . 4 Wales 1 

. . 3 Wales 1 

. . 4 Wales 1 

. . 2 Wales 

. . 6 Wales 

. . 5 Wales 1 

. . 1 Wales 1 

. . 9 Wales 1 



v. WALES. 

England 110 

1897 England . 

1898 England . 

1899 England . 

1900 England . 

1901 England . 

1902 England . 

1903 England . 

1904 Wales . . . 

1905 England . 

1906 England . 

1907 England . 

1908 England . 

1909 England . 

1910 England . 

1911 England . 

1912 England . 

1913 England. . 



goals. Wales 28. 
Goals Goals 

. . 4 Wales 

. . 3 Wales 

. . 4 Wales 

. . 1 Wales 1 

. . 6 Wales 

. . Wales . 

. . 2 Wales 1 

. . 2 England ... 2 
. . 3 Wales . .... 1 

. . 1 Wales 

. . 1 W T ales . . 1 

. . 7 Wales 1 

. . 2 Wales 

. . 1 Wales 

. . 3 Wales ..... 

. . 2 Wales 

. . 4 Wales 3 



ENGLAND v. IRELAND. 

England won 28, Ireland 1, drawn 3. England 151 j 

1882 England ... 13 Ireland , 

1883 England ... 7 Ireland 

1884 England ... 8 Ireland 

1885 England ... 4 Ireland 

1886 England ... 6 Ireland 

1887 England ... 7 Ireland 

1888 England ... 5 Ireland 

1889 England ... 6 Ireland 

1890 England ... 9 Ireland 

1891 England ... 6 Ireland 

1892 England ... 2 Ireland 

1893 England ... 6 Ireland 

1894 England ... 2 Ireland 

1895 England ... 9 Ireland 

1896 England ... 2 Ireland 

1897 England ... 6 Ireland 






18 £8 England . . 





1899 England . . 


1 


1900 England . . 





1901 England . . 


1 


1902 England . . 





1G03 England . . 


1 


1904 England . . 


1 


1905 England . . 


1 


1906 England . . 


1 


1907 England . . 





1908 England . . 


1 


1909 England . . 


2 


1910 Ireland . . . 





1911 England . . 





1912 England . . 





1913 Ireland . . . 



Scotland won 

1876 Scotland . . 

1877 Scotland . . 

1878 Scotland . . 

1879 Scotland . . 

1880 Scotland . . 

1881 Scotland . . 

1882 Scotland . . 

1883 Scotland . . 

1884 Scotland . . 

1885 Scotland . . 

1886 Scotland . . 

1887 Scotland . . 

1888 Scotland . . 

1889 Scotland . . 

1890 Scotland . . 

1891 Scotland . . 

1892 Scotland . . 

1893 Scotland . . 

1894 Scotland .. 



SCOTLAND 

27, Wales 4, drawn 

. 4 Wales 

. 2 Wales 

. 9 Wales 

. 3 Wales 

. 3 Wales 1 

. 5 Wales 1 

. 5 Wales 

. 3 Wales 

. 4 Wales . 1 

. 8 Wales 1 

. 4 Wales 1 

. 2 Wales 1 

. 5 Wales 1 

. Wales 

. 5 Wales 

. 4 Wales 3 

. 6 Wales 1 

. 8 Wales 

. 5 Wales ..... 2 



v. WALES. 

7. Scotland 130 

1895 Scotland 

1896 Scotland 

1897 Scotland 

1898 Scotland 

1899 Scotland 

1900 Scotland 

1901 Scotland 

1902 Scotland 

1903 Scotland 

1904 Scotland 

1905 Wales . . 

1906 Wales . . 

1907 Wales . . 

1908 Scotland 

1909 Wales . . 

1910 Scotland 

1911 Scotland 

1912 Scotland 

1913 Wales . . 



oals, Ireland 21 
. 3 Ireland . 
.13 Ireland . 
. 2 Ireland . 
. 3 Ireland . 
. 1 Ireland . 
. 4 Ireland . 
. 3 Ireland . 
. 1 Ireland . 
. 5 Ireland . 
. 1 Ireland . 
. 3 Ireland . 
. 4 Ireland . 
. 1 England 
. 2 Ireland . 
. 6 Ireland . 
2 England. 



goals, Wales 34. 

. 2 Wales 2 

. 4 Wales 

. 2 Wales 2 

. 5 Wales 2 

. 6 Wales 

. 5 Wales ..... 2 

. 1 Wales 1 

. 5 Wales 1 

. 1 Wales . 

. 1 Wales 1 

. 3 Scotland ... 1 

. 2 Scotland ... 

. 1 Scotland ... 

. 2 Wales 1 

. 3 Scotland ... 2 

. 1 Wales . 

. 2 Wales 2 

. 1 Wales 

.. X) Scotland. .. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



135 



SCOTLAND v. IRELAND. 



Scotland won 


26, Ireland 2, drawn : 


. Scotland 127 


goals, Ireland 26. 




Goals 


Joals 




Goals 


Goal3 


1884 Scotland . 


.. 5 


Ireland . 


.. 


1899 Scotland . 


. . 9 Ireland . 


... 1 


1885 Scotland . 


.. 8 


Ireland . 


.. 2 


1900 Scotland . 


. . 3 Ireland 


.. 


1886 Scotland . 


.. 7 


Ireland . 


.. 2 


1901 Scotland . 


. .11 Ireland 


... 


1387 Scotland . 


.. 4 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1902 Scotland . 


. . 5 Ireland . 


... 1 


1388 Scotland . 


..10 


Ireland . 


.. 2 


1903 Ireland . . 


. . 2 Scotland 


... 


1889 Scotland . 


. . 7 


Ireland . 


.. 


1904 Ireland . . 


. . 1 Scotland 


... 1 


1890 Scotland . 


.. 4 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1905 Scotland . 


. . 4 Ireland 


... o 


1891 Scotland . 


.. 2 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1906 Seotfand . 


. . 1 Ireland 


... o 


1392 Scotland. 


. . 3 


Ireland . 


. . 2 


1907 Scotland . 


. . 3 Ireland 


.. 


1893 Scotland . 


.. 6 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1908 Scotland . 


. . 5 Ireland 


... o 


1S94 Scotland . 


.. 2 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1909 Scotland . 


. . 5 Ireland 


... o 


1895 Scotland . 


.. 3 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1910 Ireland . . 


. . 1 Scotland 


... 


1896 Scotland . 


.. 3 


Ireland . 


.. 3 


1911 Scotland . 


. . 2 Ireland 


... 


1897 Scotland . 


. . i> 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


191£ Scotland . 


. . 4 Ireland 


... 1 


1393 Scotland . 


.. 3 


Ireland . . 


.. 


1913 Scotland. 


. . 2 Ireland 


... 1 






WALES v. 


IRELAND. 






Wales won 


16, Ireland 11. 


drawr 


l 5. Wales 81 f oa's. Ireland 5 


4. 




Goals 


Goals 




Goals 


Goals 


1882 Wales... 


.. 7 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1S98 Ireland . . 


. . 1 Wales.. 


... 


1383 Wales.., 


.. 1 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1899 Ireland . . 


.. 1 Wales.. 


... 


1884 Wales... 


.. 6 


Ireland . 


.. 


1900 Wales 


.. 2 Ireland 


... o 


1885 Wales... 


.. 8 


Ireland . 


.. 2 


1901 Wales 


. . 1 Ireland 


... o 


1886 Wales... 


.. 5 


Ireland . 


.. 


1902 Ireland . . 


.. 3 Wales.. 


... 


1887 Ireland . . 


.. 4 


Wales... 


.. 


1903 Ireland . . 


.. 2 Wales.. 


... 


1888 Wales... 


.. 1 


Ireland . 


.. 


1904 Ireland . . 


.. 1 Wales.. 


... 


1839 Wales... 


.. 3 Ireland . 


.. 


1S05 Ireland . . 


.. 2 Wales.. 


... 2 


1890 Wales... 


. . 5 Ireland . 


2 


1906 Wales 


.. 4 Ireland 


... 4 


1391 Ireland .. 


.. 7 


Wales . . . 


.. 2 


1907 Wales 


. . 3 Ireland 


... 2 


1892 Wales... 


.. 1 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1908 Ireland . . 


.. 1 Wales . 


... 


1893 -Ireland . . 


.. 4 


Wales... 


.. 3 


1909 Wales . . . 


. . 3 Ireland 


... 2 


1894 Wales... 


.. 4 


Ireland . 


.. 1 


1910 Wales . . . 


. . 4 Ireland 


... 1 


1895 Wales... 


.. 2 


Ireland . 


.. 2 


1911 Wales . . . 


. . 2 Ireland 


... 1 


1896 Wales... 


. . 6 Ireland . 


.. 1 


1912 Ireland . . 


. . 3 Wales . 


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.. 4 Wales... 


.. 3 


1913 Wales . . . 


. . 1 Ireland 


... 



CHAMPIONS OF THE LEAGUE. 



TTS. | 

1888-89 *Preston North End 40 1901- 

1889-90*Preston North End 33 1902- 

1890-91 *Everton 29 1903- 

1891-921Sunderland 42 1904- 

1 892-93 iSunderland 48 1905- 

1 893-9 4 1 As ton Villa 44 1906- 

1894-95:Simderland 47 1907- 

1895-96tAston Villa 45 1908- 

1896-97tAston Villa 47 1909- 

189 7-98 1 Sheffield United 42 1910- 

1898-99§Aston Villa 45 1911- 

1899-00§Aston Villa 50 1912 

1900-01 §Liverpool . . .'. 45 



-02§Sunderland . .44 

-03§Sheffield Wednesday 42 

-04§Sheffield Wednesday 47 

-05§Newcastle United 51 

-06IILiverpool 51 

-07IINewcastle United 51 

-08 1 Manchester United 52 

-09llNewcastle United 53 

-1011 Aston Villa 53 

-llliManchester United 52 

-12 1! Blackburn Rovers 49 

-13iiSunderland 54 



* Maximum 44 points. |52pts. JOOpts. § 68 pts. II 7o pts. 



186 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

WINNERS OF THE ENGLISH CUP. 

1871-2 — Wanderers beat Eoyal Engineers (1—0) 
1872-3 — Wanderers beat Oxford University (2 — 0) 
1873-4 — Oxford University beat Eoyal Engineers (2 — 0) 
1874-5— Eoyal Engineers beat Old Etonians (2 — 0) after a draw. 
1875-6 — Wanderers beat Old Etonians (3 — 0) after a draw. 
1876-7 — Wanderers beat Oxford University (2 — 0) after an 

extra half-hour 
1877-8*-Wanderers beat Eoyal Engineers (3 — 1) 
1878-9— Old Etonians beat Clapham Rovers (1 — 0) 
1879-30-Clapham Rovers beat Oxford University (1 — 0) 
1880-1— Old Carthusians beat Old Etonians (3—0) 
1881-2— Old Etonians beat Blackburn Rovers (1—0) 
1882-3 — Blackburn Olympic beat Old Etonians (2—1) after an 

extra half-hour 
1883-4— Blackburn Rovers beat Queen's Park, Glasgow (2 — 1) 
1884-5 — Blackburn Rovers beat Queen's Park, Glasgow (2 — 0) 
1885-6-tJBlackburn Rovers beat West Bromwich Albion (2 — 0) 

after a drawn game 
1886-7— Aston Villa beat West Bromwich Albion (2—0) 
1887-8— West Bromwich Albion beat Preston North End (2—1) 
1888-9 — Preston North End beat Wolverhampton Wand. (3—0) 
1889-90-Blackburn Rovers beat Sheffield Wednesday (6—1) 
1890-1— Blackburn Rovers beat Notts County (3—1) 
1891-2— West Bromwich Albion beat Aston Villa (3—0) 
1892-3 — Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Everton (1 — 0) 
1893-4— Notts County beat Bolton Wanderers (4—1) 
1894-5— Aston Villa beat West Bromwich Albion (1—0) 
1895-6 — Sheffield Wednesday beat Wolverhampton Wand. (2—1) 
1896-7— Aston Villa beat Everton (3—2) 
1897-8 — Nottingham Forest beat Derby County (3 — 1) 
1898-9— Sheffield United beat Derby County (4—1) 
1899-1900— Bury beat Southampton (4—0) 
1900-01— §Tottenham H. beat Sheffield U., after a draw (2-2), (3-1) 
1901-2— Sheffield U. beat Southampton, after a draw (1-1), (2-1) 
1902-3— Bury beat Derby County (6—0) 
1903-4— Manchester City beat Bolton Wanderers (1—0) 
1904-5— Aston Villa beat Newcastle United (2 — 0) 
1905-6— Everton beat Newcastle United (1—0) 
1906-7— Sheffield Wednesday beat Everton (2—1) 
1907-8 — Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Newcastle United (3 — 1) 
1908-9— Manchester United beat Bristol City (1—0) 
1909-10-* "Newcastle United beat Bamsley (2-0, after draw 1-1). 
1910-11-aBradford City beat Newcastle U. (1-0, after draw 0-0). 
1911-12-&Barnsley beat West Bromwich A. (1-0 after draw 0-0;. 
1912-13— Aston Villa 1, Sunderland 0. 

* Won outright, but restored to the Association, f A special 
trophy was awarded for the third consecutive win. % First time 
final tie played in the provinces — at Derby. § Replayed at 
Bolton. ** Replayed at Everton. a Replayed at Old TratTord. 
l> Replayed at Bramall Lane, Sheffield ; new trophy provided. 



WINNERS OF THE F.A. CHARITY SHIELD. 

1907-8 — Manchester United beat Queen's Park Rangers, at 

Chelsea (4 — 0) after a drawn game (1—1) 
1908-9 — -Newcastle United beat Northampton Town, at Chelsea 

(2—0) 
1909-10 — Brighton and Hove Albion beat Aston Villa, at Chelsea 

(1—0) 
1910-11 — Manchester United beat Swindon Town, at Chelsea (8-4) 
1911-12 — Blackburn Rovers beat Queen's Park Rangers, at 

Tottenham (2—1) 
1912-13— Professionals beat Amateurs at Millwall (7--HJ) 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



IS7 



1893 
1894 
1895 

1896- 

1897- 
1898 

1899- 

1900 

1901- 
1902 

1903- 
1904- 
1905- 



1908 
1909 



1910 
1911 



WINNERS OF THE AMATEUR CUP. 

-4 — Old Carthusians beat Casuals, at Richmond (2 — 1) 
5 — Middlesbrough beat Old Carthusians, at Leeds (2—1) 
6 — Bishop Auckland beat R.A., Portsmouth, at Leicester 

(1—0) 
•7 — Old Carthusians beat Stockton, at Darlington (4 — 1), 

after a drawn game at Tufnell Park (1 — 1) 
•8 — Middlesbrough beat Uxbridge at Crystal Palace (2 — 1) 
9 — Stockton beat Harwich and Parkeston, at Middlesbrough 

(1—0) 
1900 — Bishop Auckland beat Lowestoft Town, at Leicester. 

(5—1) 
1 — Crook Town beat Kings Lynn, at Ipswich (3 — -0), after a 

drawn game, at Harwich (1 — 1) 
2 — Old Malvernians beat Bishop Auckland, at Leeds (5 — 1) 
3 — Stockton beat Oxford City, at Darlington (1 — 0), after 

a drawn game at Reading (0 — 0) 
4— Sheffield beat Ealing, at Bradford (3—1) 
5 — West Hartlepool beat Clapton, at Shepherd's Bush (3 — 2) 
6 — Oxford City beat Bishop Auckland, at Stockton (3 — 0) 
7 — Clapton beat Stockton, at Chelsea (2 — 1) 
8 — Depot Battalion Royal Engineers beat Stockton, at 

Bishop Auckland (2 — 1) 
9 — Clapton beat Eston United, at Ilford (6 — 0) 
10— R.M.L.L (Gosport) beat South Bank, at Bishop 

Auckland (2 — 1) 
11 — Bromley beat Bishop Auckland, at Heme Hill (1 — 0) 
12 — Stockton beat Eston United, at Middlesbrough (1 — 0; 

after a drawn game at Middlesbrough (0 — 0) 
13— South Bank beat Oxford City at Bishop Auckland (1—0) 

after a drawn game at Reading (1 — 1) 



Date. 
1851 Aug. 

1870 Aug. 

1871 Oct, 
1871 Oct. 
1871 Oct. . 
1871 Oct. 
1871 Oct. 
1876 Aug. 
1881 Nov. 

1885 Sept. 

1886 Sept, 

1887 Sept. 
1893 Oct, , 
1895 Sept, 
1899 Oct, 
1901 Oct, 
1903 Aug. 



THE AMERIC 
Winner. 

. . America . . . 

. . Magic 

. . Columbia . . 
. . Livonia . . . 
. . Columbia . . 
. . Sappho .... 

. . Sappho 

. . Madeline . . 
. . Mischief . . . 
. . Puritan . . . 
. . Mayflower . . 
. . Volunteer . . 

. . Vigilant 

. . Defender . . 
. . Columbia . . 
. . Columbia . . 
. . Reliance . . . 



YACHTING. 

A CUP —PREVIOUS RESULTS. 
Loser. From 

. Aurora, &c England . . . 

, * Cambria (8), &c. . . England . . . 

. Livonia England . . . 

, Columbia America . . . 

, Livonia England . . . 

, Livonia England . . . 

. Livonia England . . . 

. Countess of Duft'erin Canada 

, Atalanta Canada 

. Cenesta England . . . 

. Galatea England . . . 

. Thistle Scotland . . . 

, Valkyrie England . . . 

, Valkyrie III England . . . 

. Shamrock Ireland 

. Shamrock II Ireland 

. Shamrock III Ireland 



Waters 
English 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 



MOTOR YACHTING. 

INTERNATIONAL CUP. 

1903 Napier I. (England) 1908 Dixie II. (America) 

1904 Trefle-a-quatre (France) 1909 No race 

1905 Napier II. (England) 1910 Dixie II. (America! 

1906 Yarrow-Napier (England) 1911 Dixie IV. (America* 

1907 Dixie (America) 1912 Maple teal (England? 



158 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE AXXUAL. 

FIRST-CLASS CRICKET. 



CHAMPION COUNTY, 1913 : KENT. 



_ WINNERS OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP. 

(Since 1873, when the Qualification of players cam 
operation.) 
1888 Surrey 

f Surrey 
1889^ Notts 

l Lancashire 

1890 Surrey 

1891 Surrey 

1892 Surrey 

1893 Yorkshire 

1894 Surrey 

1895 Surrey 

1896 Yorkshire 

1897 Lancashire 

1898 Yorkshire 

1899 Surrev 

1900 Yorkshire 



1873 Notts & GI03. 

1874 Derbyshire 

1875 Notts 

1876 Gloucester 
3877 Gloucester 

1878 Middlesex 

1879 Notts & Lanes. 

1880 Notts 

1881 Lancashire 

1882 Lanes. & Notts 

1883 Notts 

1884 Notts 

1885 Notts 

1886 Notts 

1887 Surrey 



into 

1901 Yorkshire 

1902 Yorkshire 

1903 Middlesex 

1904 Lancashire 

1905 Yorkshire 

1906 Kent 

1907 Notts 

1908 Yorkshire 

1909 Kent 

1910 Kent 

1911 Warwickshire 

1912 Yorkshire 

1913 Kent* 



COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 



POSITION. "£ 




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.20.. 


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. 3. 


.110. 


.135. 


.81.48 


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.16. 


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. 4. 


. 95. 


. 135 . 


.70.37 


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. 5. 


. 81. 


.130. 


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. 5. 


. 53. 


.100. 


.53.00 


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. 6. 


. 50. 


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.10. . 


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.10. 


. 65. 


. 135 . 


.48.14 


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. 1. 


. 7. . 


7. . 


0. 


.11. 


. 56. 


.125. 


.44.80 


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. 8.. 


1.. 


2. 


.11. 


. 45. 


.110. 


.40.90 


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. 0. 


. 7.. 


4.. 


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.11. 


. 51. 


.130. 


.39.23 


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. 0. 


. 7. . 


3.. 


3. 


.11. 


. 47. 


.120. 


.39.16 


Worcestershire (16) 20. 


. 1. 


. 6.. 


1. . 


3. 


. 9. 


. 36. 


. 95. 


.37.89 


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. 0. 


. 4.. 


2. 


2. 


10. 


. 28. 


. 90. 


.31.11 


Leicestershire (13).. 22. 


. 0. 


. 4.. 


1.'. 


4. 


13. 


. 27. 


.110. 


.24.54 


Essex (15) 18. 


. 1. 


. 2. . 


2. . 


4. 


. 9. 


. 20. 


. 85. 


.23.52 


Somerset (14) 16. 


. 0. 


. 2.. 


2.. 


1. 


11. 


. 17. 


. 80. 


.21.25 



The figures within parentheses indicate the positions in which 
the counties finished in 1912. 

The points are awarded as follows : Five points for a win 
outright ; in the case of a draw three points for a win on the first 
innings and one point to the side losing on the first innings. In a 
case of ties the points are ecpaally divided. Matches not started 
or in which not even a result on the first innings is forthcoming 
are not taken into account, the maximum points being ascertained 
by deducting the number in the " no result ' s column from the 
total number played, and multiplying the balance by five. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 189 

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 



RESULTS AT A GLANCE. 





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innmes ; l lost ; x no result ariived at 



190 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

THE PRINCIPAL RECORDS. 



GREATEST INDIVIDUAL SCORES. 

Mr. A. C. MaeLaren scored 424 for Lancashire v. Somerset, at 
Taunton, July 19, 1895, this being the highest individual score 
ever made either in a first-class match or in a county contest. 

The next highest individual scores in first-class matches are 
333 by Mr. Charles Gregory, for New South Wales v. Queensland, 
at Brisbane, November, 1906 ; 365 not out by Mr. C. Hill for 
South Australia v. New South Wales, at Adelaide, December 
15-20, 1900 ; 357 not out by R. Abel, for Surrey v. Somerset, at 
the Oval, May 30, 1899 ; 341 by Mr. AY. G. Grace, for M.C.C. v. 
Kent, at Canterbury, August 11, 1876 ; 343 not out by Mr. Percy 
Perrin, for Essex v. Derbyshire, at Chesterfield, July 19, 1904 ; 
341 by G. IT. Hirst, for Yorkshire v. Leicestershire, at Leicester, 
May 20, 1905 ; and 338 by Mr. W. W. Read, for Surrey against 
Oxford University, at Kennington Oval, June 25, 1888. Other 
innings over 300 in first-class matches are 321, by Mr W. L. 
Murdoch, for New South Wales against Yictoria. at Sydney, 
February 10, 1882; 318 not out by Mr. W. G. Grace, for 
Gloucestershire v. Yorkshire, at Cheltenham, August 17, J 876 ; 
315 not out by T. Hayward, for Surrey v. Lancashire, at the Oval, 
August 19. 1898 ; 311 by J. T. Brown, for Yorkshire against Sussex, 
at Sheffield, July 13, 1897 ; 305 not out by F. E. Woolley, for 
England against Tasmania, at Hobart, January 26-29, 1912 ; 
304 by Major R. M. Poore, for Hampshire against Somerset, at 
Taunton, July 21, 1899 ; 301 by Mr. W. G. Grace, for Gloucester- 
shire against Sussex, at Bristol, August 3, 1898 ; 300 by J. T. 
Brown, for Yorkshire against Derbyshire, at Chesterfield, August 
19, 1898; 303 not out by Mr. W.W. Armstrong, for the Australians 
against Somerset, at Bath, July 14, 1905 ; aud 300 not out by 
Mr. Y. Trimmer, for the Australians against Sussex, at Brighton, 
July 29, 1899. 

The highest individual score recorded in a second-class county 
match is 323 not out by Mr. P. E. Lacey, for Hampshire v. 
Norfolk, at Southampton, May 30, 1887. 

A. E. J. Collins (in his fourteenth year) scored 628 not out 
for Clarke's House, Clifton College v. North Town, June 26. 
1899, the highest score in any match. 

Mr. C. J. Eady made 566 for Break o' Day v. Wellington 
(Hobart, Tasmania), March 8-15-22-April 5, J 902. 

Mr. A. E. Stoddart made 485 for the Hampstead Club against 
the Stoics, August 1, 1886. 

J. A. Prout scored 459 for Wesley College against Geelong 
College, at Geelong (Australia), March 13, 1909. 

Mr. W. G. Grace made 400 not out for the United South of 
England Eleven v. Twenty-two of Grimsby, at Grimsby, July 
10, 1876, this being the highest individual score ever obtained 
against odds. 

Other scores of 400 and upwards are : — 438 by Mr. W. W. 
Armstrong, for Melbourne, against Melbourne University, at 
Melbourne, April 10, 1904 ; 419 not out by Mr. J. S. Carrick. far 
West of Scotland v. Priory Park, at Chichester. July 13, 1885 ; 
419 by S. C. Bostock for the Rev. A. G. Bather's House v. College 
West, at Winchester, July 16. 1910 ; 417 not out by J. Worrall. 
for Carlton v. Melbourne University, at Carlton, Melbourne, 
February 1 and 8, 1890 ; 415 not out by Mr. W. N. Roe, for 
Emmanuel College Long Yacation Club v. Caius College Long 
Yacation Club, at Cambridge, July 12, 1881 ; 412 by O. H. Dean, 
for Sydney Church of England Grammar School (N.S.W.). v. 
Newington College, at Sydney, October 28, 1904 ; 404 not out by 
Mr. E. P. S. Tylecote.- for Classical v. Modem, at Clifton College, 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 191 

May 14-19-26, 1868 ; 402 by T. Warae, for Carlton v. Richmond. 
at Melbourne, December 3-10-17, 1898 ; and 402 not out by 
Lieut. A. H. Du Boulay, for School of Military Engineering-, 
Royal Navy and Marines, Chatham, July 12, 1907. 

The highest individual innings in America is 344 (not out) by 
Mr. J. B. King, for Belmont (Philadelphia) v. Merion B., on 
July 7, 1906. 

LARGEST AGGREGATES. 

The highest aggregate for a first class match in England is 
1,492 for 33 wickets, made in the Worcestershire v. Oxford 
University match, at Worcester, July 11, 12, 13, 1901. The 
second highest is 1,477 for 32 wickets in Hampshire V. Oxford 
University, at Southampton, June 30, and July 2, 1913. The 
world's 'record is 1911 for 34 wickets, in the match between 
New South Wales and Victoria, Sydney. January, 1909. The 
next highest is 1,744 (40 wickets), in the match between New South 
Wales v. South Africa, at Sydney, February 24— March 1, 1911— 
each innings exceeding 400. 

The highest aggregate in Gentlemen v. Players is 1,274, at 
Lord's, July 16, 17, 18. 1900 (thirty-eight wickets), and in Oxford 
v. Cambridge, 1,300, at Lord's, July 5, 6, and 7, 1900 (twenty- 
eight wickets). 

HIGHEST TOTALS. 

New South Wales scored 918 (in 9hrs. 20min.) against South 
Australia, at Sydney, January 5-9, 1901, the largest total ever 
made in a first-class match. There are five other totals of over 
800 in Australian class cricket. 

Yorkshire compiled 887 (in lOhrs. 50min.) against Warwick- 
shire, at Birmingham, May, 7 8, and 9, 1896 — the largest score 
ever made in England in a first-class or county match. 

Surrey scored 811 against Somerset at the Oval, on May 29 
and 30, 1899. Lancashire scored 801 against Somerset at 
Taunton, on July 15 and 16, 1896. 

The Australians scored 843 against the Past and Present of 
Oxford and Cambridge Universities, at Portsmouth, July 31, 
August 1 and 2, 1893. 

New South Wales made 839 v. Tasmania at Sydney, December 
9-12, 1898 ; 807 against South Australia at Adelaide, December 
16-20, 1899 ; and 805 against Victoria at Melbourne in December. 
1905. 

The Non-Smokers playing against the Smokers, on the East 
Melbourne Ground, March 17, 1887, made 803 for nine wickets. 

The highest total at Lord's in a first-class match is 609 (for 8 
wickets) by Cambridge University against the M.C.C., in July, 
1913. This wa? the only innings of 600 and upwards during that 
season. 

The M.C.C., playing against Wiltshire, August 13, 1888, made 
735, the highest total ever scored at Lord's. 

New South Wales obtained 775 against Victoria, at Sydney, 
February 10, 1882; Mr. A. O. MacLaren's team 769 against 
New South Wales, at Sydney, in January and February. 1902 ; 
New South Wales 763 against Queensland, at Brisbane, Nov. 1906 ; 
Surrey 742 against Hampshire, at the Oval, May, 1909 ; 
Notts 739 (for 7) against Leicestershire, at Nottingham. May 25, 
26- and 27, 1903; Notts 726 against Sussex, at Nottingham. 
May 16, 17. and 18. 1895 ; New South Wales 713 against South 
Australia, at Adelaide, December. 1908 ; Sussex 705 (for 8) against; 
Surrey, at Hastings, July, 1902 ; Yorkshire 704 against Surrey, at 
the Oval, August, 1899 ; Cambridge University 703 (for 9) against 
Sussex, at Brighton, June 19, 1890; -Leicestershire 701 (for 4) 
against Worcestershire, at Worcester, July 19, 20, 21, 1906; Surrey 
698 against Sussex, at the Oval. August, 1888 ; Essex 692 against 
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692 against Cambridge University, at Cambridge, June 10, 11 
and 12, 1901 ; Sussex 686 (for 8) against Leicestershire, at 
Leicester, July 13 and 14, 1900 ; Yorkshire 681 (for 5) v. Sussex 
at Sheffield, in July 1897; New South Wales. 681 v. South 
Australia, at Sydney, in December, 1903 ; Lancashire 676 (for 7) 
v. Hampshire, at Manchester (highest total on the ground). July 3 
and 4, 1911 ; Notts 674 v. Sussex, at Brighton, in June 
1893 ; Essex 673 v. Leicester, at Leicester, in August, 1899 ; 
Hants 672 (for 7) against Somerset, at Taunton, July 20 and 21. 
3 899; Yorkshire 662 against Derbyshire, at Chesterfield, in 
August, 1898 ; Notts 661 against Derbyshire, at Derby. July 
15, 16 and 17. 1901 ; Yorkshire 660 against Leicestershire, 
at Leicester, in June, 1896; Victoria 660 against Tasmania, 
at Melbourne, January 29 — February 2, 1910 ; Warwickshire 
(657 for 6) against Hants, at Birmingham, July 25 and 
26, 1899 ; Oxford University 651 against Sussex, at Brighton. 
June 24, 25 and 26, 1895 ; Surrey 650 against Oxford 
University, at the Oval, in June, 1888 ; Surrey 650 against 
Hampshire, in May, 1883 ; the Players 647 against the Gentlemen 
at the Oval, in July, 1899 ; Derbyshire 645 against Hants, at 
Derby, August 2, 1898 ; the Australians 643 against Sussex, at 
Brighton, in May, 1882 ; Hampshire 642 (for 9) against Somerset, 
at Taunton, in August, 1901 ; Notts 642 (for 7) against Sussex 
at Brighton, June 17, 18 and 19, 1901 ; England 636 against 
XIII. of Queensland Tand New South Wales, at Brisbane. 
1897-8 ; Gloucestershire 636 against Notts, at Trent Bridge, 
July 18, 19, 1904 ; Surrey 635 against Somerset, at the 
Oval, in August, 1885 ; Warwickshire 635 against Derby- 
shire, at Edgbaston, in July, 1900 : Gloucestershire 634 
against Notts, at Bristol, in June, 1898 ; Surrey 634 against 
Lancashire. August, 1898 ; Surrey 634 against Warwickshire, 
at the Oval. July 5. 6, 7, 1906 ; Worcestershire 633 against 
Warwickshire, at Worcester, August 6, 7, 8, 1906 ; London 
County 633 against M.O.C., at Crystal Palace, August 8, 9 <and 10, 
1901 : Surrey 631 against Sussex, at the Oval, in June, 1885 ; 
England 631 (for 5) v. Warwickshire at the Oval, September, 1911; 
Somerset 630 against Yorkshire, at Leeds, July 15, 16 and 17. 
1901 ; Worcestershire 627 (for 9) against Kent, at Worcester. 
July 31, August 1 and 2, 1905 ; Lancashire 627 against Notts. 
at Trent Bridge, June 26, 27 and 28, 1905 ; Victoria 626 
against Tasmania, Launceston, 1908-9 ; Australians 625 against 
Derbyshire, at Derby, 1896 ; Australians 624 (for 4 wickets) 
against Sussex, at Brighton, 1899 ; An England XL 624 against 
Victoria, at Melbourne, 1837-8 ; New South Wales 624 against 
South Australia, at Adelaide, 1903-4 ; Australians 620 against 
Hants, at Southampton, July 6, 7 and 8. 1905 ; An Australian 
XL 619 againstRest of Australia at Melbourne, 1883-4 ; Surrey 617 
against Kent, at the Oval, 1897 ; Essex 616 (for 5 wickets) against 
Surrey, at the Oval. 1904 ; Kent 615 (the county record) 
against Derbyshire, at Derby, July, 1908; Surrey 614 against 
Oxford University at the Oval, 1889 ; Warwickshire 614 (for 8 
wickets) against Essex, at Edgbaston, 1904 ; Victoria 614 against 
South Australia, at Melbourne, November 25 — 29, 1910 ; Oxford 
University 612 against Middlesex, at Prince's, 1876 ; Surrey 611 
(for 9 wickets) against Derbyshire, at Derby, 1904 ; South 
Africans 611 against Notts, at Nottingham, 1904 ; Sussex 611 
against Essex, at Ley ton, July 21 and 22, 1905 ; Kent 610 against 
Hants, at Bournemouth, August 30. 31. September 1, 1906 ; 
England 609 against South Australia, at Adelaide, 1894-5 ; Surrey 
609 against Warwickshire, at the Oval, 1898 ; Leicestershire 609 
(for 8 wickets) against Sussex, at Leicester, 1900 ; Australians 
609 (for 4) against Somersetshire, July 13, 14 and 15, 1905 ; 
Australians 609 against Northamptonshire, at Northampton, 
August 17. 18 and 19, 1905 ; Australians 609 (for 6) against Essex, 
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Leyton, 1912 ; Notts 607 against Gloucestershire, fat Bristol. 
1899 ; M.C.C. and G. 607 against Cambridge University, at 
Lord's, 1902 ; Kent 607 (for 6) against Gloucestershire, at 
Cheltenham, August 11 and 12, 1910 ; Warwickshire 605 against 
Leicestershire, at Leicester. 1899 ; Surrey 602 against Warwick- 
shire, at the Oral, 1897 ; Victoria 602 against New Zealand, 
at Melbourne, 1898-9 ; Notts 602 against Kent, at Nottingham, 
1904 ; Lancashire 601 (for 8) against Sussex, at Brighton, July 
17, 18 and 19, 1905; Kent 601 (for 8) against Somerset, at 
Taunton, August 13, 14 and 15, 1908. 

The highest total ever made in the fourth innings of a first- 
class county match is 463 (for 8 wickets) by Hants against Kent, 
at Southampton, June 7, 1911. 

The Orleans Club, playing against the Rickling Green Club, 
at Rickling Green, August 4, 1882, scored 920, which is the 
highest total ever scored in England ; Melbourne University 
scored 1,094 against Essendon, on March 5, 12, 19, 23. 1898— 
the highest authenticated total in cricket. 

AN UNEQUALLED DAY'S WORK. 

The greatest number of runs made in one day in a match of 
any importance is 649 (for 11) in the Somerset v. Hants match, 
at Taunton, in August, 1901; but on May 6, 1909, 645, for only 
four wickets, were made in the Surrey and Hants match at the 
Oval — the highest for one team. 

DERBYSHIRE'S HISTORIC FEAT. 

Essex scored 597 against Derbyshire, at Chesterfield, in their 
first innings of the match played on July 18, 19, and 20, 1904, but 
Essex were beaten by nine wickets. No other first-class team 
has ever been beaten after such a total in their first innings. 

TWO HUNDREDS IN ONE MATCH. 

The first batsman of modern times to make two separate 
hundreds in a first-class match was Mr. W. G. Grace, and the 
occasion was at Canterbury, May 3. 1868, when he scored for the 
South of the Thames against the North of the Thames, 130 and 
not out 102. After 19 years Mr. W. G. Grace, at Clifton, on 
August 25, 1887, for Gloucestershire against Kent, made 101 
and not out 103 ; and at Clifton, August 16, 1888, for Gloucester- 
shire against Yorkshire, he scored 148 and 153. 

Numerically, Mr. W. G. Grace's performances have been sur- 
passed by Mr. C. B. Fry with 108 and 123 not out for Sussex v 
Middlesex, at Brighton, July 25-27, 1898 ; 125 and 229 for Sussex 
v. Surrey, at Brighton, July 19-21, 1900 ; 138 and 101 not out 
for Sussex v. Kent, at Brighton, August 31, September 1 and 2. 
1903 ; 156 and 106 for Sussex v. M.C.C, May 8, 9 and 10, 1905 ; 
and 123 and 112 for Hants v. Kent, at Canterbury, August 7, 1911. 

C. J. B. Wood scored 107* and 117* for Leicestershire against 
Yorkshire in the match commencing at Bradford on June 12, 
1911 — this being the only instance of a batsman in a first-class 
match carrying his bat through each innings and at the same 
time reaching 100, a really wonderful performance. 

Mr. G. L. Jessop has four times scored two hundreds in one 
match ; 104 and 139 for Gloucestershire v. Yorkshire, at Brad- 
ford, July 23, 24. 25, 1900 ; 143 and 133 not out for Gloucester- 
shire v. Somerset, at Bath, June 11, 12, 13, 1903 ; 161 and 129 
for Gloucestershire v. Hants, at Bristol, June 17, 18, 19. 1909 ; 
and 153 and 123 not out for Gloucestershire against Hants, at 
Southampton, August 10, 1911. 

Six cricketers have three times scored two separate hundreds 
in one match : Mr. E. E. Foster, viz., 134 and 101 not out for 
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not out for Oxford University v. Mr. A. J. Webbe's Eleven, afc 
Oxford, May 17, 18, and 19, 1900 ; 102 not out and 130 for The 
(Gentlemen v. The Players, at Lord's, July 16, 17, 18, 1900, on 
his first appearance in this match : T. Hayward, viz.. 106 
and 112 for Surrey v. Sussex, at Brighton, July 21, 22, 23, i904 ; 
144 not out and 100 for Surrey v. Notts, at Nottingham, June 4, 

5, 6, 1906 ; and 143 and 125 for Surrey v. Leicestershire, afc 
Leicester, June 7, 8, 9, 1906. (Hayward's feat of four hundreds 
in consecutive innings in soimty|matches is without parallel), ; 
D. Denton, 107 and 109 not out, for Yorkshire v. Notts, afc 
Nottingham, June 21, 22 and 23, 1906 ; 133 and 121. for Yorkshire 
v. M.O.C., at Scarborough, August 31, September 1 and 2, 1908 ; 
and 139 and 138 for England agamst the Transvaal, at Johannes- 
burg, February, 1910 : J. T. Tyldesley, 106 and 100 not out for 
Lancashire v. Warwickshire, at Birmingham. July 5 and 7, 1897 
121 and 100 not out for North v. South, at Hastings, September 

6, 7, 8, 1900 ; and 136 and 101 for Lancashire v. Hants, afc 
Manchester, June 13, 14, 15, 1910 ; P. A. Perrin, 170 and 102 
not out for Essex v. Notts, at Nottingham, June 4, 1903 ; 140 
and 103 not out for Essex v. Middlesex, at Lord's, July 27, 1905, 
and 112 and 100 not out for Essex v. Notts, at Nottingham, 
July 13, 1911 ; H. T. W. Hardinge, 153 aud 126 for Kent v. Essex, 
atLeyton, August 10, 11, 12, 1908, 175 and 109 for Kent v. Hants, 
at Southampton, June 5, 1911, and 117 and 105 not out, for Kent 
v. Hampshire, at Dover, August 21, 22, 23, 1913. 

William Lambert, playing at Lord's in 1817 as a given man 
for Sussex agamst Epsom, scored 107 not out and 157; in 
the match between Sussex and Kent, at Brighton, August 22, 
23 and 24, 1892, Mr. G. Brann (Sussex) made 105 and 101. On 
June 5, 6 and 7, 1893, Mr. A. E. Stoddart, playing for Middlesex 
against Notts at Lord's, scored 195 not out and 124. Other 
instances are: — C. J. Eady 116 and 112 (not out) for Tasmania 
v. Victoria, at Hobart, 1894-95 ; W. Storer 100 and 100 not out 
for Derbyshire v. Yorkshire, at Derby, June 25, 1896 ; K. S. 
Panjitsinh.ii 100 and 125 not out (all runs in both innings made in 
one day) for Sussex v. Yorkshire, at Brighton, August 22, 1896 ; 
A. C. MacLaren 142 and 100 for A. E. Stoddart's team v. New 
South Wales, at Sydney, November 13 and 16, 1897 ; Major R. M. 
Poore 104 and 119 not out for Hampshire v. Somerset at South- 
ampton, June 12, 13 and 14, 1899 ; W. L. Foster 140 and 172 
not out for Worcestershire v. Hants, July 27-29, 1899 ; B. J. T. 
Bosanquet 136 and 139 for Middlesex against Leicestershire, at 
Lord's. July 19, 20 and 21, 1900, and 103 and 100 not out for 
Middlesex against Sussex, at Lord's, May 25, 26 and 27, 1905 ; 
H. B. Chmnery 105 and 165 for M.C.C. v. Oxford University, at 
Oxford, May 20, 21 and 22, 1901 ; C. M'Gahey 114 and 145 not out 
for Essex v. Gloucestershire, at Leyton, May 23, 24 and 25, 1901 ; 
Carpenter 127 and 104 for Essex v. Kent, at Leyton, May 27, 
28 and 29, 1901 ; A. Shrewsbury 101 and 127 not out for Notts. 
v. Gloucestershire, at Nottingham, July 24, 25 and 26, 1902 ; 
V. Trimmer 109 and 119 for the Australians v. Essex, at Leyton, 
July 28, 29 and 30, 1902 ; E. Arnold 101 not out and 128 
for Worcestershire v. Cambridge University, at Cambridge ; 
June 4, 5 and 6, 1903 ; A. O. Jones 137 and 100 for Notts v. 
Lancashire, at Nottingham, July 2, 3 and 4, 1903 ; Seymour (Jas.) 
108 and 136 not out for Kent v. Worcestershire, at Maidstone, 
June 6, 7 and 8, 1904; J. H. King 104 and 109 not out, for 
The Players v. The Gentlemen, at Lord's, July 4, 5, and 6, 1904 
/first appearance in this match) ; and 111 and 100, not out, 
for Leicestershire v. Northamptonshire, at Leicester, August 
4, 5, and 6, 1913 ; Captain J. G. Greig 115 and 130, for Hants 
v. Worcestershire, at Worcester, June 1, 2, and 3, 1905 ; 
L. G. Wright 176 and 122 for Derbyshire v. Warwickshire, at 
Edgbaston, July 24, 25 and 26, 1905 ; A. J. L. Hill 124 and 118 
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25 and 23, 1905 ; C. B. Llewellyn 102 and 100 for Hants v. 
Derbyshire, at Derby, August 7, 8 and 9, 1905 ; and 130 an:l LOI 
not out for Hants v. Sussex, at Brighton, August 2, 3 and 4, 
1909 ; J. R. M. Mackay 105 and 102 not out for New South Wales 
v. South Australia, at Sydney, January 6-10, 1906; D. R. A, 
Gehrs 148 not out, and 100 not out for South Australia v. 
Western Australia, at Freemantle, January 1906; G. H. HirsS 
111 and 117 not out for Yorkshire against Somersetshire, at 
Bath, August 27, 28 and 29, 1906 ; K. L. Hutchings 109 and 109 
not out for Kent v. Worcestershire, at Worcester, August 1. 2 
and 3, 1907 ; P. F. Warner 116 and 113 not out for England v. 
Notts, at the Oval, September 12, 13 and 14, 1907; M. A. 
Noble 176 and 123 for New South Wales v. Victoria, at Sydney, 
January, 1908 ; E. Needham 107 not out and 104 for 
Derbyshire v. Essex, at Derby, July 23, 24 and 25, 1908 ; 
P. R. Johnson 164 and 131 for Somerset v. Middlesex, at 
Taunton, August 3, 4, and 5, 1908 ; V. Ransford 182 and 110 for 
Victoria v. New South Wales, at Sydney, January 23-29, 1909 ; 
• T . B. Hobbs 160 and 100 for Surrey, v. Warwickshire, May 20, 21, 
22, 1909 ; W. Bardsley, L36 and 130 for Australia v. England, at 
the' Oval, August 9, 10, 11, 1909 ; A. Kenny, 164 and 100 not out 
for Victoria v. Queensland, at Brisbane, February 4, 5, 7, 1910 ; 
C. G. Macartney, 119 and 126 for New South Wales v. South, 
Africa, at Sydney, February 24— March 1, 1911 ; C. P. Mead, 
109 and 100 not out for Hants v. Leicestershire, at Leicester 
July 10, 1911 ; and 102 and 113 not out, for Hamnshire v. 
Leicestershire, at Southampton, May 19, 20, 21, 1913 ; S. P. 
Kinneir, 124 and 110 for Warwickshire v. Sussex", at Chichester, 
July 17, 1911 ; F. E. Woolley, 104 and 148 not out for Kent v. 
Somerset, at Tunbridge Wells, July 10, 1911 ; J. Hardstaff, 118 
and 103 not out for Notts v. Derbyshire, at Nottingham, August 
14, 1911 ; W. Rhode?, 128 and 115 for Yorkshire v. M.C.C., at 
Scarborough, August 31, 1911 ; and 119 and 109 for England v. 
New South Wales, at Sydney, February 16—20, 1912 ; Captain 
A. C. Johnston, 175 and 100 not out for Hampshire v. Warwick- 
shire, at Coventry, June 20 — 22, 1912 ; C. G. Macartney, 142 and 
121 for the Australians v. Sussex, at Brighton, July 25—27. 1912 ; 
C. Charlesworth, 100 and 101 not out, for Warwickshire v. Surrey, 
at Edgbaston, August 18, 19, 20, 1913 ; G. Gunn, 132 and 109 not 
out, for Notts v. Yorkhsire, at Nottingham, June 5, 6, 7, 1913 ; 
W. G. Quaife, 124 and 109, for Warwickshire v. Surrey, at the 
Oval, May 29—31, 1913. 

M. C. Bird, the Harrow Captain, hit 100 not out, and 131 
against Eton, at Lord's, July 12 and 13, 1907. Both innings were 
faultness. 

THE MONARCKS OF THE " CENTURIES." 

Mr. W. G. Grace completed his 100 " centuries " in first-class 
matches by scoring 288 for Gloucestershire against Somerset, on 
May 16, 17 and 18, 1895. During that season Mr. Grace, in his 
48th year, made nine " centuries," had an aggregate of 2,346, 
and an average of 51. In his career he has compiled 123 
" centuries " in first-class matches alone ; in all matches 217 
hundred*'. He made 1,016 runs during May in 1895, Between 
April 16 and May 31, 1900, T. Hayward scored 1,074 runs. 

T. Hayward scored his 100th century at the Oval for Surrey 
against Lancashire. June 27, 1913. Hayward has hit 102 centuries 
in first class cricket — a number unequalled by any professional. 

LANCASHIRE'S BEST. 

J. T. Tyldesley scored 295 not out, for Lancasliire against 
Kent, on June 7, 1905, this being the highest score ever mad-3 
by a Lancashire batsman at Old Trafford. This innings was at 
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196 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Mr. W. Brearley, Lancashire, secured 17 wickets of Somerset, at 
Old Trafford, July 3 aud 4, 1905. His figures were 9 for 49 and 
8 for 90. H. Dean secured 17 wickets for 91 runs in an ordinary 
comity match (not a championship fixture) between Lancashire 
and Yorkshire on July 10 — 12, 1913. His figures were 9 for 62 
and 8 for 28 — a record for any Lancashire bowler. 

The largest score ever made by Mr. A. N. Hornby in a county 
match was 188 against Derbyshire. He first played for Lancashire 
in 1867. 

The highest score by any Lancashire amateur at Old Trafford 
is 234 by Mr. A. Hartley against Somerset, May, 1910. 

Lancashire scored 403 (for 8) against Notts on June 18, 1910, 
at Old Trafford, and 404 (for 5) against Hants, at Southampton, 
on August 13, 1910 — these being the first occasions on which any 
County team requiring 400 to win in the fourth innings obtained 
400 or upwards. 

FIRST WICKET PARTNERSHIPS. 

On August 18 and 19, 1898, J. T. Brown and J. Tunnicliffe 
scored 554 for the first wicket of Yorkshire against Derbyshire, 
at Chesterfield. This is not only the record for the first wicket 
but the most productive partnership in first-class cricket. Brown 
made 300 and Tunnicliffe 243. 

J. Hobbs (178) and W. Rhodes (179) scored 323 for the first 
wicket of England v. Australia at Melbourne, February 9, 10, 
1912 — the highest partnership for any wicket in any Test Match, 
In successive Test matches Hobbs scored 126 not out at Sydney. 
1S7 at Adelaide, and 178 at Melbourne in 1912. 

J. Hobbs (187) and W. Rhodes (77) scored 221 for England v. 
South Africa at Cape Town, March 11, 1910 — the second best 
partnership in a Test match for the first wicket. 

Some other notable first wicket partnerships are appended : — 
On June 8, 1899, Mr A. O. Jones and A. Shrewsbury scored 391 
for Notts v. Gloucestershire, at Bristol ; Mr. Jones made 250 
and Shrewsbury 146. On July 20, 1906, C. J. B. Wood and H. 
Whitehead scored 380 for Leicestershire against Worcestershire, 
at Worcester ; Mr. Wood scored 225 and Whitehead 174. On 
August 9 and 10, 1897, R. Abel and W, Brockwell scored 379 for 
Surrey against Hampshire, at Kennington Oval ; Abel scored 
173 and Brockwell 225. On July 12 and 13, 1897, J. T. Brown and 
J. Tunnicliffe 378 for Yorkshire v. Sussex at Sheffield, Brown made 
311 (his highest innings) and Tunnicliffe 142. On July 30, 1903, 
Mr. R. H. Spooner and Mr. A. C. MacLaren scored 368 for 
Lancashire v. Gloucestershire, at Liverpool ; A. C. MacLaren 
making 204 and R. H. Spooner 168 (the highest partnership 
for any wicket of Lancashire). On August 30 and 31, and 
September 1, 1900, Mr. D. L. A. Jephson and Abel scored 364 
for Surrey v. Derbyshire. On May 11 and 12, 1909, T. Hayward 
and J. B. Hobbs 352 for Surrey against Warwickshire, at the Oval, 
Hayward scored 204 (not out) and Hobbs 159. On August 25 and 
26, 1892, Mr. H. T. Hewett and Mr. L. C. Palairet 346 on behalf 
of Somersetshire, against Yorkshire, at Taunton, Mr. Hewett 
scored 201, and Mr. Palairet 146. On May 28, 29 and 30, 
1908, the late Mr. T. Bowring and H. Teesdale 338 for Oxford 
University v. Gentlemen of England, at Oxford, Mr. Bowring 
scoring 228 and Mr. Teesdale 108. At Edgbaston in June, 1905, 
Mr. J. F. Byrne (222) and Kinneir (158) made 333 together 
for Warwickshire v. Lancashire. T. Hayward (174) and 
Mr. A. C. MacLaren (167) made 314 for Mr. A. C. MacLaren's 
England XI v. New South Wales, at Sydney, in January and 
February, 1902 ; On August 21, 1913, J. B. Hobbs and T. 
Hayward 313 for Surrey v. Worcestershire, at Worcester, Hobbs 
scored 184 and Hayward 146 : Mr. H. K. Foster and F.fcBowley 
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19G1, Mr. Foster made 152 and F. Bowley, 140 on August 12, 
1904, Mr. P. F. Warner and Mr. J. Douglas 306 for Middlesex 
v. Notts, at Trent Bridge, Mr. Warner scored 163 and Mr. Douglas' 
153. Ou June 5, 1913, F. L. Bowley and F. Pearson 306 for 
Worcestershire v. Gloucestershire, at Worcester, Bowley scored 201 
and Pearson 106. On June 24, 1895, Mr. G. I/. Wilson and Marlow 
303 for Sussex v. Oxford University, at Brighton ; Mr. G. L.Wilson 
scored 174 and Marlow 130. Mr. A. O. Jones (187) and 
Iremonger (138) scored 303 for Notts v. Gloucestershire, at 
Nottingham, in July, 1904. Messrs. V. Trimmer (178) and R. A. 
Duff (132) made 298 for New South Wales v. South Australia, at 
Sydney, in January, 1903. On August 12, 1897, Mr. H. W. 
Bainbridge and W. G. Quaife 2S8 for Warwickshire v Hants, 
at Southampton, Mr. Bainbridge making 162, and W. G. Quaife 
178 not out, Mr. C. B. Fry (211) and J. Vine (111) scored 287 
together for Sussex v. Hampshire, at Brighton, in August, 1904. 
On August 12, 1909, Mr. J. W. H. T. Douglas and A. E. Knight 
scored 284 for an England eleven against the Australians, at 
Blackpool — a record against Australian bowling in England. 
Knight 163 and Douglas 102. On July 15, 1869, Mr. W. G. Grace 
and Mi\ B. B. Cooner, for the Gentlemen of the South v. The 
Players of the South at the Oval, 283 ; Mr. Grace making 180 
and Mr. Cooper 101. 

Mr. C. B. Fry and Vine scored 238 for Sussex against Surrey. 
at Hastings, in July, 1902, and in the same match Abel and 
Hay ward scored 246 for Surrey — each partnership being for the 
first wicket. Mi". Fry and Vine scored 170 and 179 for the first 
wicket in the first and second innings respectively for Sussex 
against Leicestershire, at Brighton, July 23, 24 and 25, 1903. 

OTHER NOTABLE PARTNERSHIPS. 

On August 11 and 12, 1899, T. Hayward and R, Abel scored 
448 for the fourth wicket of Surrey against Yorkshire, at the 
Oval. On July 31, and August 1, 1902, Messrs. Noble and 
Armstrong made 428 for the sixth wicket of the Australians v. 
Sussex, at Brighton. On July 21, 22, 1899, Major Poore and, 
Capt. Wynyard made 411 for the sixth wicket of Hants, v. 
Somerset, at Taunton. W. Gunn and A. Shrewsbury made 398 for 
the second wicket of Notts against Sussex, at Trent Bridge, 
Nottingham, in May, 1890. On August 2, 3, and 4, 1909, Mr. W. 
B. Burns and Arnold scored 393 for the fifth wicket of Worcester- 
shire against Warwickshire, at Edgbaston. Arnold scored 200 
(not out) and Mr. Burns 196. On May 6 and 7, 1909, E. G. Hayes 
and J. B. Hobbs made 371 for the second wicket of Surrey against 
Hampshire, at the Oval. Hayes made 276 and Hobbs 205. 
John Gunn and William Gunn made 367 for the third wicket of 
Notts against Leicestershire, at Trent Bridge, May 25, 28 and 27, 
1903. Mr. A. C. MacLaren and A. Paul scored 363 for the second 
wicket of Lancashire against Somerset, at Taunton, July 15, 1895. 
Mr. C. G. Macartney and Mr. W. Bardsley scored 362 for the third 
wicket of the Australians against Essex, at Leyton, May 14, 1912 ; 
Macartney made 208 and Bardsley 184 not out. Mr. A. O. 
Jones and John Gunn scored 361 for the fourth wicket of Notts 
against Essex, at Leyton, August 11 and 12, 1905. B. J. Kortlang 
and Colin McKenzie put on 358 for the fourth wicket of Victoria v. 
West Australia at Perth in February and March, 1910, Kortlang 
making 197 and McKenzie 211. On May 13, 14 and 15, 1909. 
Mr. W. Bardsley and Mr. V. S. Ransford scored 355 for the 
third wicket of the Australians against Essex, at Leyton, Bardsley 
scored 219 and Ransford 174 — both being left-handed batsmen. 
Mr. C. B. Fry and E. H. Killick made 349 for the second wicket 
of Sussex against Yorkshire, at Brighton, August 19, 20 and 21. 
1901. J. Devey and S. P. Kinueir scored 344 for the second 
wicket of Warwickshire v. Derbyshire, at Edgbaston, July 
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K. S. Banjitsinhji, and Mr. W. Newham put on 344 for tha 
seventh wicket of Sussex v. Essex, at Leyton, in June and July, 
1902 ; Messrs. K. J. Key and H. Philipson, for Oxford University, 
put on 340 runs for the seventh wicket against Middlesex, ar. 
Chiswick Park, on June 23. 1887 ; E. Wainwright and G. H. 
Hirst, for Yorkshire against Surrey, scored 340 for the fifth 
wicket, on August 10 and 11, 1899, at the Oval ; Sir T. C, O'Brien 
and Mr. B. S. Lucas registered 333 for the iifth wicket of Middlesex 
against Sussex, June 13, 1895. 

P. Abel and T. Hayward scored 334 for Surrey against 
Somerset, at the Oval, May, 1899 ; G. M. Lee and Mr. A. W. Carr 
scored 333 for Notts v. Leicestershire, at Nottingham, August 11, 
1913 ; W. Gunn and W. Barnes made 330 rims for M.C.C. against 
Yorkshire, at Lord's, June 1, 1885 ; Mr. F. Mitchell and E. 
Wainwright 329 for Yorkshire against Leicestershire at Leicester, 
in June, 1899 ; S. P. Kinneir and W. G. Quaife made 327 for 
Warwickshire against Lancashire at Birmingham, on June 3, 4, 
and 5, 1901 ; Mr. G. Brann and K. S. Banjitsinhji 325 for Sussex 
against Surrey, at the Oval, June, 1899 ; Mr. C. H. Abercrombie 
and G. Brown 325 for Hants v. Essex at Leyton, July 25, 26, 1913 ; 
Hon. Alfred Lyttelton and Mr. I. D. Walker at Clifton, in 
August, 1883, added 324 runs for Middlesex against Gloucester- 
shire ; J. T. Tyldesley and A. C. MacLaren 324 for Lancashire 
against Notts, at Nottingham, in July, 1904 ; Messrs. P. Perrin 
and C. M'Gahey 323 for Essex against Kent, at Leyton, in July 
1900 ; Mr. J. B. Mason and A. Hearne 321 (without being 
separated) for Kent against Notts at Nottingham, in June, 1899 ; 
Mr. G. L. Jessop and J. Board 320 for Gloucestershire against 
Sussex, at Brighton, in June, 1903 ; Mr. W. W. Armstrong and 
Mr. M. A. Noble 320 for the Australians against Somerset, at Bath, 
in July, 1905 ; A. Shrewsbury and William Gunn 312 for Notts 
against Sussex at Brighton, in July, 1891 ; Mr. P. A. Perrin and 
Mr. C. P. McGahay 312 for the third wicket of Essex against 
Derbyshire, at Leyton, in May, 1912 ; Messrs. A. C. MacLaren 
and C. B. Fry 309 (without being separated) for the Gentlemen 
against Players, at Lord's, in July, 1903 ; A. Shrewsbury and 
William Gunn 310 for Non-Smokers against Smokers, at East 
Melbourne, in March, 1887 ; E. Abel and F. C. Holland 306 for 
Surrey against Cambridge University, at the Oval, in May, 1895 ; 
George Davidson and W. Storer 308 for Derbyshire, against 
Lancashire, at Manchester, in August, 1896 ; J. N. Crawford (232) 
and F. C Holland (87) 308 for Surrey, against Somerset, at the 
Oval, June 4, 1908 ; Messrs. W. W. Eead and W. E. Poller, on 
June 17, 1887, for Surrey against Lancashire, at Old Traftord. 
scored 305 ; J. W. Eothery (134) and D, Denton (182) scored 
305 for Yorkshire against Derbyshire, at Chesterfield, May 26, 27, 
1910 ; Mr. E. E. Foster (174) and Mr. H. K. Foster (123 not out) 
scored 303 for the third wicket of Worcestershire, against Kent, 
at Worcester, in August, 1907 ; A. Sandham and H. S. Harrison 
298 for Surrey v. Sussex, at the Oval. June 30, July 1, 1913 ; 
Mr. A. Hartley (234) and J. T. Tyldesley (158) scored 295 against 
Somerset, at Old Trafford, May 26, 27, 1910 ; C. P. Mead (207 not 
out) and Mr. A. C. Johnston (122) scored 292 for the third wicket 
for Hants, against Warwickshire, at Southampton, July 31, 
August 1, 2, 1911 ; A. E. Warren (123) and Mr. J. Chapman (165) 
scored 283 for the ninth wicket of Derbyshire against Warwick- 
shire, at Blackwell, June 21, 1910, the record for the ninth wicket). 

The best stand for the last wicket in a first-class match 13 
235 by F. Woolley (185) and A. Fielder (112 not out) for Kent v. 
Worcestershire, at Stourbridge, July 7, 1909. The next best is 
230 by Mr. E. W. Nicholls (154) and Eoche (74) for Middlesex v. 
Kent, at Lord's, on June 12, 1899. M. Ellis and T. Hastings 
scored 211 at Melbourne, January, 1903, for the last wicket of 
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W. Barnes and W. Midwinter, for the M.C.C. against 
Leicestershire, at Lord's, in June, 1882, scored 454 runs. 
Barnes making 266 and Midwinter 187. Barnes's 266 is the 
highest individual innings hit on Lord's ground since Mr. Ward's 
278 in 1820. 

The longest partnership on record in any match is 623 for the 
second wicket by Captain Oates (313 not out) and Private 
Fitzgerald (287 not out) for 1st Royal Minister Fusiliers v. Army 
Service Corps, at the Curragh, June 12, 1895. The next longest 
partnership is that of Messrs. G. F. Vernon and A. H. Trevor, 
for the Orleans Club against Ridding Green, August 4, 1882. 
These gentlemen added 603 runs for the second wicket, Mr. 
Trevor scoring 338 and Mr. Vernon 259. 

In matches other than first-class, the record performances for 
the first wicket are : — 472 by Messrs. S. Colman (209) and 
P. Coles (247 not out) for Devonsliire Park against Mr. G. W. 
Morrison's Eleven at Eastbourne, in August, 1892. 470 by Messrs 
L. Wilson and W. G. Wyld, for Beckenham against Bexley/at 
Beckenham, in August, 1885, Mr. Wilson making 246 not out 
and Mi*. Wyld 203 not out ; 440 by Messrs. W. N. Cobbold and 
W. R. Gray, W. R, Gray scoring 218 not out, and W. N. Cobbold 
163, for West Wratting Park against Fitzwilham Hostel, at West 
Wratting Park, in May, 1891 ; 423 by V. Trimmer (335) and 
J). Gee (172) for Padding ton against Redfern, in Sydney, in 
January, 1903 ; 404 by W. F. Forbes (331) and Lord Throwley 
(123) for A. E. Fellowes' XL against Huntingdonshire, at 
Huntingdon, in July, 1881 ; 403 by II. M. Braybrooke (256 not 
out) and J. H. Kelsey (136 not out) for Blue Mantles against 
Eastbourne College, at Eastbourne, in May, 1899 ; and 402 by 
Mr. J. Shuter and Mr. T. Ashdown for Bexley against the Emeriti, 
in June, 1884, Mr. Shuter making 304 not out ; 401 by W. S. 
Medlicott (219) and C. H. Ransome (212 not out) for Wiltshire, 
against M.C.C. and G„ at Lord's, in August, 1902 ; and 400 by 
J. Barnett and C. Newton for Queen's College v. Hutchings' 
College, at Hobart, in 1908-9. 

THREE FIGURE DEBUTS. 

Several cricketers have scored 100 on the occasion of their 
first appearance in an important match. The distinction has 
been gained by Ricketts (J.), 195 (not out) for Lancashire v. 
Surrey, at the Oval, May 30, 1867 ; Mr. L. Winslow, 124 for 
Sussex v. Gloucestershire, at Brighton, June 10, 1875 ; Mr. A. H. 
Trevor, 103 for Sussex v. Kent, at Brighton, June, 1875 ; Mr. A. 
C. MacLaren, 108 for Lancashire v. Sussex, at Brighton, August 
14, 1890 ; Mr. A. Lorrimer, 109 for Leicestershire v. Surrey, at 
Leicester, June, 1890 ; F. W. Marlow, 144 for Sussex v. M.C.C. 
and Ground, at Lord's, May 8, 1891; W. G. Quaife, 102 (not out) 
for Warwickshire v. Durham, at Durham, August, 1893 ; F. H. 
Bacon, 114 for Hants v. Warwickshire, at Edgbaston, July, 1904 
K. S. Ranjitsinhji, 150 for Sussex v. M.C.C, at Lord's, May 9. 
1895 ; Mr. S. H. Day, 101 (not out) for Kent v. Gloucestershire, 
at Cheltenham, August 11, 1897 ; Mr. N. Miller, 124 for Surrey v. 
Sussex, at Brighton, July 21, 1899 ; Dr. H. C. Pretty, 124 for 
Surrey v. Notts, at the Oval, August 7, 1899 ; Mr. E. W. Dillon, 
108 for London County against Worcestershire, Crystal Palace, 
July 14, 1900 ; Mr. C. H. M. Ebden, 137 for Cambridge University 
v. H. D. G. Leveson-Gower's Eleven, Cambridge, May 8, 9 and 10. 
1902 ; J. B. Hobbs (first inter-county match) 155 for Surrey v. 
Essex, at the Oval, May 5, 1905 ; B. L. Bisgood, 82 and 116 (not 
out) for Somerset v. Worcestershire, at Worcester, June 20-21-22. 
1907 ; J. G. C. Scott, 137 for Sussex v. Oxford University, at 
Eastbourne, July 2, 1907 ; R. Whitehead, 131 (not out) for 
Lancashire v. Notts, afc Old Trafford, June 30, 1908 ; Lieut, C. H. 
Abercrombie 126 for Hampshire v. Oxfo/d University, at 
Southampton, June 30. 1913. 



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H. H. Massie scored 206 for the Australians v. Oxford University 
on May 15, 1882, and M. A. Noble, 116 (not out) for the 
Australians v. London County, on May 9, 1889, each innings being 
hit on their first appearance in England. K. S. Ranjitsinhji, 189 
for A. E. Stoddart's team v. South Australia, October 28— 
November 1, 1897, and F. R. Foster, 158 for England v. South 
Australia, November 10 — 14, 1911 — these scores being their 
first innings for an English team visiting Australia. 

T. RICHARDSON'S RECORD. 

T. Richardson of Surrey, took 290 wickets in first-class matches 
in England during the season of 1895. This is a record for any 
English bowler. Richardson met with an accidental death on 
the Continent during the summer of 1912. 

CAPTURING TEN WICKETS IN AN INNINGS. 
A number of bowlers have in important matches taken all 
ten wickets in an innings, the most notable instances being Wm, 
Clarke for Nottinghamshire v. Leicestershire, at Nottingham, 
in June, 1845 ; E. Hinckly, for Kent v. England, at Lord's, 
in 1848 ; John Wisden, for North against the South, in a 
match at Lord's, in 1850 (all bowled) ; Mr. V. E. Walker for 
England against Surrey, at the Oval, in 1859 ; for Gentlemen of 
Middlesex v. Gentlemen of Kent, at Maidstone, in June, 1864 ; 
and also for Middlesex against Lancashire, at Old Trafford, in 
1865 ; Mr. E. M. Grace for M.C.C. v. Gentlemen of Kent, at 
Canterbury, in 1862 ; G. Wootton, for England v. Yorkshire. 
July 19, 1865 ; W. Hickton, for Lancashire v. Hampshire, at 
Old Trafford, in 1870 ; J. C. Shaw, for XVI. of Notts, v England, 
September 15, 1870 ; Mr. S. E. Butler, for Oxford v. Cambridge, 
at Lord's, 1871 ; James Lillywhite, Junr., for the South against 
the North, at Canterbury, in 1872 : Alfred Shaw, for the M.C.C. 
against the North of England, at Lord's, in 1874 ; Edward 
Barratt, for the Players against the first Australian team, at the 
Oval, in 1878 ; G. Giffen for the 1884 Australian Eleven against 
combined Australia, at Sydney, February, 1884 ; Mr. W. G. 
Grace for M.C.C. against Oxford University, at Oxford, in 1886 ; 
G. Burton, for Middlesex against Surrey, at the Oval, in 1888 ; 
Mr. S. M. J. Woods, for Cambridge University v. Mr. C. L. 
Thornton's England Eleven, at Cambridge, in May, 1890 ; T. 
Richardson, for Surrey against Essex, at the Oval, June 18, 1894 . 
H. Pickett, for Essex against Leicestershire, at Ley ton, June 3; 
1895 ; E. J. Tyler, for Somersetshire against Surrey, at Taunton, 
August 22, 1895 ; W. P. Howell (on his first appearance in 
England) for the Australians against Surrey, at the Oval, May 15, 
1899 ; C. H. G. Bland, for Sussex against Kent, at Tonbridge, 
June 7, 1899 ; J. Briggs for Lancashire against Worcestershire 
at Old Trafford, May 24, 1900 ; Albert Trott for Middlesex 
against Somerset, at Taunton, August 6, 1900 ; A. Fielder, for 
the Players against the Gentlemen (The Centenary Match) at 
Lord's, July 9, 1906 ; G. Dennett, for Gloucestershire v. Essex, 
at Bristol, August 6 and 7, 1906 ; A. E. E. Vogler, for Eastern 
Province v. Griqualand West, at Johannesburg, in 1906-7; 
C. Blythe, for Kent v. Northamptonshire, at Northampton, 
June 1, 1907. 

COMPLETED IN ONE DAY. 

The following important matches have been commenced and 
completed in one day since 1850 : — North v. South, at Lord's, 
July 15, 1850 ; M.C.C. and Ground v. Sussex, at Lord's, June 2, 
1856 ; Surrey v. Sussex, at the Oval, July 16, 1857 ; Kent v. 
England, at Lord's, July 5, 1858 ; M.C.C. v. Oxford University, 
at Lord's, June 18, 1863 ; North of the Thames v. South of the 
Thames, at Lord's, June 8, 1868 ; M.C.C. and Ground v. Surrey. 



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at Lord's, May 13, 1872 ; Middlesex v. Oxford University, at 
Prince's, June 18. 1871 ; North v. South, at Lord's, May 17. 
1875 ; M.C.C. and Ground v, Oxford University, at Oxford, 
May 24, 1877 ; M.C.C. and Ground v. Australians, at Lord's. 
May 27, 1878 ; M.C.C. v. Oxford University, at Oxford, May 28. 
1880 ; an England Eleven v. Australians, at Aston Lower 
Grounds, Birmingham, May 26, 1881; M.C.C. and Ground v. 
Lancashire, at Lord's, May 18, 1886 ; North v. South, at Lord's. 
May 30, 1887 ; Lancashire v. Surrey, at Old Trafford, Manchester. 
August 2, 1888 ; M.C.C. and Ground v. Notts, at Lord's, June 1, 
1891 ; Lancashire v. Somerset, at Old Trafford, August 9. 1892 ; 
M.C.C. and Ground v. Sussex, at Lord's, May 2, 1894. Lancashire 
v. Somerset, at Old Trafford, July 17, 1891 : Yorkshire v. 
Somerset, at Huddersfield, July 19, 1891 : Leicestershire v. 
Surrey, at Leicester, June 10, 1897 ; Hampshire v. Yorkshire, at 
Southampton, May 27, 1898 ; Middlesex v. Somerset, at Lord's. 
May 23, 1899 ; Yorkshire v. Worcestershire, at Bradford, May 7, 
1900 ; M.C.C. and Ground v. London County, at Lord's, May 2o, 
1903 ; Middlesex v. The Philadelphians, at Lord's, July 20, 1908 : 
Gloucestershire v. Middlesex, at Bristol, August 26, 1909 ; Eastern 
Province v. Orange Free State, at Port Elizabeth, December 26, 
1912. 

TEST MATCHES. 
England and Australia have played 42 Test Matches in 
England. The Mother Country has won 17, lost 8, and drawn 17. 
In Australia, England has won 23, lost 27, and drawn 2. 

During the summer of 1912, a tournament was played in 
England between the Mother Country, Australia, and South 
Africa. The results were : — 

Won Lost Drawn 

1.— England 4 2 

2. — Australia 2 1 3 

3.— South Africa 5 1 

A LIST OF TIES. 

The following first-class matches have ended in a tie : — ■ 
Kent v. Hambledon, at Hambledon, in July, 1783 ; M.C.C. and 
Ground v. Oxford and Cambridge Universities, at Lord's, in June. 
1839 ; Surrey v. Kent, at the Oval, July, 1847 ; All England 
Eleven v. Sixteen of Oxford University, at Oxford, in June, 1862 ; 
Surrey v. M.C.C. and Ground, at the Oval, June, 1868 ; Surrey v. 
Middlesex, at the Oval, July, 1868 : fc urrey v. Middlesex, at the 
Oval, August, 1876 ; first Australian team v. Fifteen of New 
South Wales and Victoria, at Melbourne, December, 1877, and 
January, 1878 ; Gentlemen v. Players, at the Oval, June, 1883 ; 
Surrey v. Lancashire, at the Oval, August, 1894 ; Worcestershire 
v. South Africans, at Worcester, July, 1901 ; Middlesex v. South 
Africans, at Lord's, June, 1901 ; Surrey v. Kent, at the Oval. 
September 2, 1905 ; M.C.C. and Ground v. Leicestershire, at 
Lord's, May 30-31, and June 1, 1907. Somerset and Middlesex 
played a tie at Taunton, August, 1890, although the former was 
not then reckoned a first-class county. 

SIX CENTURIES IN A MATCH. 

In the match between Hampshire and Derbyshire played at 
Derby, on August 1, 2 and 3, 1898. six individual three-figure 
innings were scored, viz.: — L. G. Wright. 134, W. Storer, 100. 
W. Chatterton, 142, G. Davidson, 108 (for Derbyshire). Major 
E. M. Poore, 121 (not out), and Captain F. W. Quinton L 101 
(not out, for Hants). In the match between Essex and iNotts. 
at Ley ton, August 8, 9 and 10. 1901. six centuries were hit. viz.: — 
A. O. Jones 149. J. Iremonger 133 (for Notts). H. Carpenter lis 
(for Essex). A. J. Turner 120. F. L. Fane 120 (not out), and P. 
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202 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

between the Representative XI. v, the Rest of Australia, at 
ley, March 3—8, 1899, J. C. Reedman scored 108, F. Lave* 
136, M. A. Noble 111, J. J. Kelly 102 (not out), J. Darling 105, 
and C. Hill 101 (not out). 

RAPID SCORING. 

E. Alletson, of Notts, playing against Sussex, at Brighton, on 
May 20, 1911, went to the wicket when his county had lost seven 
wickets in the second innings and hit 189 out of 227 in 90 minutes. 
He made 142 out of 152 for the last wicket in 40 minutes and 
made his last 89 runs in 15 minutes. At one period he obtained 
115 out of 120 off seven overs — including 22 in one over and 34 
in another over which contained two no-balls. 

MOST " CENTURIES " IN ONE INNINGS. 

There is one instance of five "centuries" scored in one innings 
in a first-class match, namely, F. A. Iredale 118, M. A. Noble 153, 
S. E. Gregory 1G8, R. A. Duff 119, and L. O. S". Poidevin 140 (not 
out), for New South Wales against South Australia, at Sydney, 
January 5—9, 1901.1 

Four " centimes " were made in the innings of Yorkshire v. 
Warwickshire, at Birmingham, on May 7, 8 and 9, 1896, viz. : — 
F. S. Jackson 117, Wainwright 126, Peel 210 (not out), and Lord 
Hawke 166 ; by Derbyshire against Hampshire on August 1, 2 
and 3, 1898 ; by Lancashire against Somersetshire on June 27, 28 
and 29, 1904, at Old Trafford ; by England against South 
Australia, at Adelaide, November 9, 11, 12 and 13, 1907 ; and by 
Kent against Somerset on August 13, 14 and 15, 1908, at Taunton. 

THE SMALLEST TOTALS. 

The smallest total in a first-class match is 12, by Oxford 
University (one man away) against M.C.C., at Oxford, on May 
24, 1877 ; and 12 by Northamptonshire v. Gloucestershire, at 
Gloucester, June 11, 1907. Other totals under 20 are : — 13 
by Notts v. Yorkshire, at Trent Bridge, June 21 and 22, 1901 ; 
14 by Notts v. Sixteen of Derbyshire, at Wirksworth, in 
September, 1873 ; 15 by M.C.C. v. Surrey, at Lord's, in July, 
1S39 : 15 by Victoria v. M.C.C. team at Melbourne, February 
5, 6, 8 and 9, 1904 ; 27 and 15 by Northamptonshire v Yorkshire, 
at Northampton, May 7, 8 and 9, 1908 ; 16 by M.C.C. v. Surrey, 
at Lord's, May 13, 1872 ; 16 by Derbyshire v. Notts at Trent 
Bridge, July 10, 1879 ; 16 by Surrey v. Notts, Kennington Oval. 
July 26, 1880 ; 17 by Derbyshire v. Lancashire, at Manchester, in 
July 26, 1880 ; 16 by Warwickshire v. Kent, at Tonbridge. 
June 20, 1913 ; 17 by Derbyshire v. Lancashire, at Manchester, in 
July, 1888 ; 17, by Gloucestershire v. Ninth Australian Team, 
Cheltenham, August 22, 1896 ; 18 by Ninth Australian Team v. 
M.C.C, at Lord's, June 11, 1896 ; 18 by Kent v. Sussex, Gravesend 
June 6, 1867 ; 18 by the B's v. England, in June, 1831 ; 18, 
by Tasmania v. Victoria, at Melbourne, in February, 1869 ; 19 
by Sussex v. Surrey, at Godalming, in July, 1830 ; 19 by 
Sussex v. Notts, at Brighton, August 14, 1873 ; 19 by M.C.C. 
v. Australians, Lord's, May 27, 1878. 

On August 21, 1909, Yorkshire were dismissed for 26 by Surrey, 
at the Oval. On May 27, 1911, and on June 6, 1912, in successive 
seasons, Leicestershire were put out for 26 by Kent at Leicester. 

FOUR BALLS, FOUR WICKETS. 

The following bowlers have taken four wickets with consecutive 
balls in important matches :■ — J. Wells for Kent v. Sussex. 
Brighton, June 26, 1862 ; G. Ulyett, for Englaud v. New South 
Wales, at Sydney, in February, 1879 ; G. Nash, for Lancashire v. 
Somerset, Manchester, June 10, 1882 ; J. E. Snilton, for 
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J. Hide, for Sussex v. M.C.C., Lord's, May 12, 1890 ; W. 
Lockwood, for Surrey v. Warwickshire, Oval, August 24. 1891 ; 
F. Shacklock, for Notts v. Somerset, Trent Bridge, June 1,1893 ; 
F. Martin, for M.C.C. v. Derbyshire, Lord's, May 20. 1895 ; 
A. Mold, for Lancashire v. Notts, Trent Bridge, June 17. 1895 ; 
Mr. W. Brearley (the only amateur in the list) for Lancashire v. 
Somerset, Old Trafford, July 3, 1905 ; A. Trott, for Middlesex 
v. Somerset, Lord's, May 22, 1907 (followed by the " hat trick ") ; 
F. Tarrant, for Middlesex v. Gloucestershire, at Bristol, August 1, 
2 and 3. 1907. 

DOUBLE HAT TRICK. 

During a Test match at Manchester, on May 28, 1912, between 
Australia and South Africa, T. J. Matthews of Victoria, accom- 
plished the hat-trick in each innings of the South Africans. In 
a Test match such a feat stands alone. 

" CENTURIES " IN ONE SEASON. 

Greatest number of hundreds in one season of first-class 
cricket : — C. B. Fry (1901) and T. Hayward (1906) each thirteen ; 
R. Abel (1900) twelve ; K. S. Ranjitsinhji (1900), V. Trumper 
(1902), T, Hayward (1904) eleven each; W. G. Grace (1871). 
K. S. Ranjitsinhji (1896), C. B. Fry (1900. 1904 and 1905). and 
T. Hayward (1900) each ten. 

BATSMEN'S BEST AGGREGATES. 

Highest season's aggregates in first-class cricket : — T. Hayward, 
3,518 in 1906 ; R. Abel, 3,309 in 1901 ; T. Hayward, 3,170 in 
1904 ; K. S. Ranjitsinhji, 3,159 in 1899 ; C. B. Fry, 3,147 in 1901 ; 
K. S. Ranjitsinhji, 3,065 in 1900 ; J. T. Tyldesley, 3,041 in 1901 ; 
C. B. Fry, 2.824 in 1904, and 2,801 in 1905 ; K. S. Ranjitsinhji, 
2,780 in 1896 ; \V. G. Grace, 2,739 in 1871 ; C. P. Mead, 2,627 in 
1913 ; J. B Hobbs, 2,605 in 1913 ; T. Hayward, of Surrey, has 
exceeded 2,000 runs in ten seasons, his figures being : 1899, 
2,647; 1900,2,693; 1901.2,535; 1903,2,177; 1904, 3,170; 
1905, 2.592 ; 1906 , 3,518 ; 1907. 2,353 ; 1908, 2,337 ; and 1911, 
2,149. R. Abel exceeded 2 000 in eight seasons, and W. G. Grace 
in six seasons. Highest aggregates by Australians on tour in 
England, 2,570 by V. Trumper in 1902. and 2.441 by W. Bardsley 
in 1912. _.- 

CONSECUTIVE HUNDREDS. 

C. B. Fry in 1901 scored six successive hundreds, viz., 106 v. 
Hants at Portsmouth, 209 v. Yorkshire at Brighton, 149 v. 
Middlesex at Brighton, 105 v. Surrey at the Oval, 140 v. Kent 
at Brighton, and 105 v. Yorkshire at Lord's, all for Sussex except 
the last, which was for the Rest of England. In 1911 C. B. Fry's 
in successive innings scored 123 and 112 for Hants v. Kent at 
Canterbury. 258 not out for Hants v. Gloucestershire at South- 
ampton and 102 not out for England v. Warwickshire at the Oval. 

In 1906 T. Hayward hit 144 (not out), 100, 143 and 125 in 
successive innings, which is without a parallel in six days of 
county cricket. (See " Two Hundreds in a match.") 

In 1913 H. T. W. Hardinge made 154 not out, 117. 105 not out, 
107 and 3, and 110 and 1 in consecutive innings. 

W. G. Grace has five tunes scored three successive " centuries " 
viz., in 1871-2-3-4, and 1876. The feat has also been accomplished 
by A. C. MacLaren in 1895, Abel and Storer (W.), in 1896. 
K. S. Ranjitsinhji in 1896 and 1900 (twice), J, T. Tyldesley 
in 1897 and 1904, A. C. MacLaren in Australia in 1897. Major 
R. M. Poore. T. Hayward, and G. H. Hirst in 1899, R. E. Foster 
and C. B. Fry in 1900, W. G. Quaife in 1901 and 191-i, H. B. 



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Chirmery in 1901, P. Perrin in 1903, Jas. Iremonger iu 1904. 
J. R. Mason in 1904 and 1909, L. G. Wright in 1905, J, B. M. 
Mackay iu 1905-6, p. R. Johnson in 1908, D. Denton) in South 
Africa) in 1910, C. HiU in 1909-10 and 1910-11, W. Bardsley in 
1910-11 ; W. Rhodes (in Australia) 1912 ; and C. G. Macartney 
(in Australia) in 1911, and (in England) in 1912. 

ALL ROUND ABILITY : DOUBLE FIRSTS. 

In 1906 G. H. Hirst scored 2,385 runs (average 45.86) arid 
secured 208 wickets (average 16.50) ; the only instance on record 
of any cricketer making over 2,000 by the bat and capturing over 
200 wickets. A. E. Trott in 1899 obtained 239 wickets and 1,175 
runs, and in 1900, 211 wickets and 1,337 runs. That is the nearest 
approach to Hirst. 

The following players have scored over 2,000 runs and captured 
over 100 wickets in one season : — W. G. Grace (1876) 2,622 runs 
124 wickets ; C. L. Townsend (1898) 2,440 runs, 101 wickets ; 
G. L. Jessop (1900) 2,210 runs, 104 wickets ; G. H. Hirst (1904) 
2,501 runs and 132 wickets, (1905) 2,266 runs and 110 wickets ; 
W. Bhodes (1909) 2,094 runs and 141 wickets and (1911) 2.261 
and 117 wickets ; F. Tarrant (1911) 2,030 and 111 wickets ; and 
W. W. Armstrong, on torn* in England (1905) 2,002 runs and 
130 wickets. 

G. Hirst has thirteen times scored over 1,000 runs and seemed 
100 wickets in a season, viz., in 1896-7, 1901-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12- 
13, W. G. Grace had seven seasons of si : -s, viz., 1874- 

5-6-7-8-85-6, C. T. Studd in 1882-83, Geoiga Giffen on torn in 
England in 1886-93-96, G. E. Palmer on tour in England in 1886, 
W. Flowers (1883), O. Davidson (1895), Peel (1896), G. L. Jessop 
(1897 and 1900), T. Hayward (1897), and E.Wainwright, (1897). 
C. L. Townsend (1898 and 1899), F. S. Jackson (1898) W. Cuttell 
U898), H. Trumble on tour in England in 1899, W. Lockwood 
(1899 and 1900), A. E. Trott (1899 and 1900), W. Brockwell (1899), 
J. R, Mason (1901), O. B. Llewellyn (1903, 1908 and 1910), J. Vine 
(1901), L.GBraund (1901, 1902 and 1903), E. Arnold (1902-3-4-5); 
J. Gunn (1903-4-5-6) and W. Rhodes (1903-4-5-6-7-8-9-11). 
B. J. T. Bosanquet, J. Hallows, S. Haigh (1904), A. E. Relf 
(1904 5-6-8-10-11-12-13), E. H. Killick (1905), J. N. Crawford 
(1906-7), G. J. Thompson (1906 and 1910), and F. Tarrant (1907- 
8-9-10-11-12-13), S. G. Smith (1909-13), W. W. Armstrong, on tour 
in England (1909), J. A. Cuffe (1911), F. R. Foster (1911), J. W. 
Heariie (1911-13), J. II. King (1912), H.-L. Simms (1912), F. E. 
Woolley (1910-12), G. A. Faulkner (touring with the South 
Africans in England 1912), M. W. Booth (1913), and A. Drake 
(1913), have been so successful with bat and ball. 

THROWING THE CRICKET BALL. 

A cricket ball was thrown 140 j^ards 2 feet by R. Percival 
on the Durham Sands Racecourse, on Easter Monday, 1884 ; 
140 yards 9 inches by Ross Mackenzie, at Toronto, in 1872 ; 
140 yards by Billy the Aboriginal, at Clermont, Australia, 
December 19, 1872 ; 138 yards 2 feet by A. E. Manby, at London 
and South- Western Bank Sports, Heme Hill, August 10, 1901 ; 
137 yards by G. Brown, on Wolverton Common, in 1817 ; 132 
yards by W. F. Forbes (slightly assisted by wind), Eton College 
Sports, March 16, 1876. 

THE PACE OF R. D. BURROWS. 

" Dick " Burrows, with the ball b3 r which he bowled W. 
Huddleston in the Lancashire v. Worcester match at Old Trafford. 
June 29, 1911, sent the bail 67 yards 6 inches. This is the record 
distance in a first-class match. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 205 

WICKET-KEEPING EXTRAORDINARY. 

We append a list showing the number of times upon which a 
wicket-keeper has claimed no fewer than nine wickets in a 
single first-class match : — 12 (c 8, st 4), Pooley, Surrey v. Sussex, 
at the Oval, 1S68 ; 10 (c 5, st 5), Phillips, H., Sussex v. Surrey, 
at the Oval, 1872 ; 10 (c 2, st 8), Pooley, Surrey v. Kent, at the 
Oval, 1878 ; 10 (c 9, st 1), Gates, Notts v. Middlesex, at Notting- 
ham, 1906 ; 10 (c 1, st 9), Huish, P., Surrey v. Kent, at the Oval, 
1911 ; 9 (c 4, st 5), M. Turner, Gents, of England v. Oxford 
University, at Oxford, 1871 , 9 (c 2, st 7), J. Barnard, M.C.C. v. 
Godalming, with Beagley (T.), Saunders, and Broadbridge (Jas.). 
at Lord's, 1822 ; 9 (c 2, st 7). Broadbridge, W., Sussex v. Hants 
and Surrey, at Bramshill Park, 1826 ; 9 (c 4, st 5), M. Turner, 
Gents of England v. Oxford University, at Oxford, 1871 ; 9 
fc 6, st 3), M. Turner, Middlesex v. Notts, at Prince's, 1875 ; 
9 (c 9, st 0), Hunter, J., Yorkshire v. Gloucester, at Gloucester, 
1887 ; 9 (c 7, st 2), K. L. Gibson, Essex v. Derbyshire, at Leyton, 
1911. In four consecutive matches played by Surrey in 1868 
Pooley caught 16 and stumped 16. 

In 1913 F. E. Huish of Kent caught 70 batsmen and stumped 
32, a total of 102 , the record number for any wicket-keeper in one 
season. 

David Hunter (Yorkshire) retired at the end of 1909. In all 
matches for Yorkshire he caught 920 batsmen and stumped 
352 ; Butt in all Sussex matches has caught 927 and stumped 
274 ; and Huish in all Kent matches to the end of 1912 caught 
795 and stumped 292. 

G. H. HIRST'S BENEFIT. 

The benefit match played by Yorkshire against Lancashire, at 
Headingley, 1904, for the benefit of G. H. Hirst, realised £3,703 2s., 
the best benefit on record for any cricketer. There were 78,792 
spectators. The next best benefit, that of J. T. Tyldesley in 1906, 
realised £3,105 15s. 9d. So many as 66,923 people paid for 
aclmission to the benefit of W. Lees (Surrey v. Yorkshire), at 
Kennington Oval, on July 26, 27, 28, 1906. 



CLUB SWINGING— ENDURANCE. 

Professional. 
137 hours, Martin Dobrilla, at Bathurst, N.S.W., April, 1913. 
134 hours. H. J. Lawson, at Bundaberg, Queensland, March 29, 

1913. 
120 hours 181min„ Capt. T. B. Bax at Wairo, New Zealand 

January 27, 1913. 
107 hours, Tom Burrows, at Aldershot, England, 1913. 

Amateur. 
241- hours, Col. H. E. Deane (aged 52) late E.A.M.C., at Aldershot. 

England, 1913. 



MOTOR BOAT RACING. 

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England (Maple Leaf IV.) 1, France 2, America 3. 



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PRACTICAL SPORTS' OUTFITTERS. 

T. Sc H. Supply the Boxing Gloves for the Principal 
Fights in the North. 

PUNCH BALLS. 6/10,7/10,9/1, 10/10. 
14/6, 16/6, 18/6, 21/-, 25/-. post free. 

SWING BAGS, 5/10, 7/10, 10/10. 
12/10, 15/4, 21/-. POST FREE. 

BOXING DRAWERS, 1/1, 1/4, 1/7,1/10. 
2/-, 2/4. Navy Cotton, 7d., 10d., 1/1. post free. 

BOXING GLOVES.— Men's Set of 
Four, 3/5, 4/4, 4/11, 6/5, 7/11, 
8/11, 10/6/12/6, 14/6. 

BRYAN'S CHAMPION, 4ozs. 

6oz., 8oz:, 15/6 Set, Boys' Gloves 

per Set of Four, 2/10, 3/10. 

Youths, 3/1, 4/1, 4/4, 5/10, 8/4. 

all above post free. 

VESTS, 1/1, 1/5, 2/-. TIGHTS, 2/11, 3/5. 

POST FREE. POST FREE. 

BOOTS. 

White, 3/7. Black, 3/10, 4/9, 7/9, 9/9, 10/9 pair, post free 

RACE GAMES. 

ASCOT 4/4, 6/4, 8/10, 11/-, 15/6, 21/-, 30/-, post free 
MINORU 5/4, 7/10, 10/6, 15/-, 20/-, Carriage paid. 
SANDOWN 3/4, 4/10, 12/11, 35/-, 52/-. 
MANIFESTO 7/10, 10/6, 15/-, 20/-, Carriage paid. 

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BOXING. 



THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

At Loudon, March 12, 1913. 
Bantam- weights (8st. 41b and under). 
First~Series — R. W. Browii (Lynn A.C.) beat W. Millward 
St. Catharine's) ; P. H. Greatwood (Lynn A.C.) beat D. W. 
Miller (Bermondsey A.C.) ; W. W. Allen (Polytechnic B.C). 
beat J. Wade (Bermondsey A.C). Byes — T, Morgan (Lynn 
A.C), H. Wright (Paddiugton), W. J. Ovenden (Rugby B.C.)., 
M. Baret (France), A. Wye (Columbia B.C). 
Second Series. — H. Wright beat Ovenden ; R. W. Brown beat 
T. Morgan ; A. Wye beat P. H. Greatwood ; W. W. Allen 
beat M. Baret. 
Semi-finals.— A. Wye beat H. Wright ; W. W. Allen beat R. W. 

Brown. 
Final.— A. Wye beat W. W. Allen. 

Feather-weights (9st. and under). 
First Series.— R. J. Beadon (Mildmay B.C) beat M. M'Carthy 
(Lynn A.C.) ; J. O'Neill (Gloucester B.C) beat M. Pinto 
(Columbia B.C) ; R. W. Cat-ton (Stansfteld B.C) beat W. 
Jefcoate (Northampton Institute B.C.). Byes — G. R. Baker 
(Hendon B.C), E. Ward (unattached), R. W. Catton (Stansfielcl 
B.C), W. Waller (Victoria B.C), W. Jeal (Bermondsey C.A.C.). 
.J. Moore (Crooke A.C., Sheffield). G. A. Yvon (Jersey S.C.). 
S. McCarthy (Lynn A.C), C Haley (Rugby B.C), M. Schoegel 
(France), H. Webster (St. Pancras B.C.,), H. Perry (Columbia 
B.C), J. P. Mills (Liverpool B.C), and L. Hansen (Copenhagen). 
Second Series. — L. Hansen (Copenhagen) beat J. Moore (Crooke 
A.C, Sheffield) ; W. Waller (Victoria B.C) beat E. Ward 
(unattached) ; C Haley beat H. Perry (Columbia B.C.) ; 
S. McCarthy (Lynn A.C) beat H. Webster (St. Pancras B.C) ; 
G. R. Baker (Hendon B.C) beat G. A. Yvon (Jersey S.C) ; 
R. J. Beadon beat M. Schoegel (France) ; J. O'Neill beat 
W. Jeal (Bermondsey C.A.C.) ; R. W. Catton (Stansfteld B.C 
beat J. P. Mills (Liverpool B.C). 
Third Series. — C Haley beat R. J. Beadon ; G. R. Baker beat 
, S. McCarthy ; L. Hansen beat W. Waller ; J. O'Neill beat 

R. W. Catton. 
Semi-finals.— G. R. Baker beat C Haley ; J. O'Neill beat 

L. Hansen. 
Final.— G. R. Baker beat J. O'Neill. 

Light-weight (lOst. and under). 
First Series. — H. Pollard (Gloucester B.C) beat E. H. Adam 
(Lynn B.C) ; F. Grace (Eton Mission B.C) beat P. P. Zoller 
'(Polytechnic B.C). Byes— R. Marriott (Stansfteld B.C). A. 
Dyer (Cardiff), B. Jones (Fishguard B.C), W. H. McCarthy 
(Cardiff), C A. Whitbread (City and S. London B.C.), J. H. 
Winters (Polytechnic B.C.), A. J. Roots (Polytechnic B.C.), 
C S. Martin (Ramsgate A.C), F. Whitbread (Fulham B.C.), 
H. Franks (Northampton Institute B.C), J. L. Andrews 
(Gainsford B.C), E. Smith (Lynn A.C). G. Nolan (Liverpool 
A.C), and J. E. Williams (Liverpool A.C). 
Second .Series. — A. Dyer beat C S. Martin ; B. Jones beat W. H. 
McCarthy ; J. H. Winters beat J. E. Williams ; H. Franks 
beat F. Whitehead ; B. Marriott beat E. Nolan ; A. J. Roots 
beat J. L. Andrews ; H. Pollard beat E. Smith ; F. Grace beat 
. C. A. Whitbread. 



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Third Series. — A. J. Roots beat A. Dyer ; F. Grace beat B. Jones J 
H. Franks beat H. Pollard ; B. Marriott beat J. H. Winters. 

Semi-finals. — R, Marriott beat A. J. Roots ; F. Grace beat 
H. Franks. . 

Final. — F. Grace beat R. Marriott. 

Middle-weights (list. 41b and under). 

First Series. — A. B. Hobbs (Victoria B.C.) beat P. Bevan (Poly- 
technic B.C.) ; W. Bradley (Bermondsey Catholic B.C.) beat 
T. Smith (Liverpool A.C.). Byes — H. Mansergh (Polytechnic 
B. C), F. J. Stack (St. Pancras B.C.). H. Creed (Greenwich) 
J. B. Webb (Scottish B.C.), S. V. Bacon (Lynn B.C.). and T. J. 
Archbold (Hants Regiment). 

Second Series. — H. Mansergh beat F. J. Stack ; 
H. Creed ; S. V. Bacon beat A. B. Hobbs ; 
T. J. Archbold. 

Semi-finals. — W. Bradley beat S. Y. Bacon ; 
H. Mansergh. 

Final.— W. Bradley beat J. B. Webb. 

Heavy-weights (any weight). 

First Series.— A. Challis (Gainsford B.C.) beat M. Croiselles 
(France) ; A. Smith (Columbia B.C.) beat H. Dyson (York). 

i Byes — R. Smith (Metropolitan Police), Captain M. P. Leahv 
(R.A.M.C.), W. Bradley (Cardiff A.C.), H. Johnson (Metropolitan 
Police), G. Williams (Stansfield B.C.), and Mons Paoli (France). 

Second Series. — H. Johnson (Metropolitan Police) beat Mons 
Paoli (France) ; R. Smith (Metropolitan Police) beat Captain 
M. P. Leahy (R.A.M.C.) ; G. Williams (Stansfield B.C.) beat 
A. Challis (Gainsford B.C.) ; W. Bradley beat A. Smith. 

Semi-finals. — R. Smith beat G. Williams ; H. Johnson beat 
W. Bradley. 

Final. — R. Smith walked over ; H. Johnson scratched. 



J. B. Webb beat 
W. Bradley beat 



J. B. Webb beat 



WINNERS OF BOXING CHAMPIONSHIPS. 


BANTAM WEIGHTS. 


— (8st. 41b. and under). 


1884— A. Woodward 


1899— A. Avent 


1885— A. Woodward 


1900— J. Freeman 


1886— T. Ilsley 


1901— W. Morgan 


1887— T. Ilsley 


1902— A. J. Miner 


1888— H. C. M. Oakman 


1903— H. Perry 


1889— H. Brown 


1904— H. Perry 


1890— J. J. Rowe 


1905— W. Webb 


1891— E. Moore 


1906— T. Ringer 


1892— F. Godbold 


1907— E. Adams 


1893— E. A. Watson 


1908— H. Thomas 


1894— P. A. Jones 


1909— J. Condon 


1895— P. A. Jones 


1910— W. Webb 


1896— P. A. Jones 


1911— W. W. Allen 


1897— C. T. Lamb 


1912— W. W. Allen 


1898— F. K. Herring 


1913— A. Wye 


FEATHER WEIGH 


TS (9st. and under). 


1881— T. Hill 


1892— F. Curti3 


1882— T. Hill 


1893— T. F. Davidson 


1883— T. Hill 


1894— R. K. Gunn 


1884— E. Hutchinga 


1895— R. K. Gunn 


1885— J. Pennill 


1896— R. K. Gunn 


1886— T. J. M'Neill 


1897— N. T. Smith 


1887— J. Pennill 


1898— P. A. Lunn 


1888— J. E.Taylor 


1899— J. L. Scholes (Canada) 


1889— T. J. M'Neill 


1900— R. Lee 


1890— G. F. Belsey 


1901— C. J. Clarke 


1891— F. Curtis 


1902— C. J. Clarke 



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1903— J. Godfrey 
1904— C. Morris 
1905— H. Holmes 
1906— A. J. Miner 
1907— C. Morris 
1908— T. Ringer 



Feather Weights- 



1909- 
1910- 
1911- 

1912- 
191-3- 



L'ontinued. 
-A. H. Lambert 
-Con. Houghton 
-H. Bowers 
-G. R. Baker 
-G. R. Baker 



LIGHT WEIGHTS (lOst. and under). 



1881- 
1882- 
1883- 
1881- 
1885- 
1886- 
1887- 
1888- 
1889- 
1890- 
1391- 
1892- 
1893- 
1894- 
1895- 
1896- 
1897- 



1881- 
1882- 
1883- 
1881- 
1885- 
1386- 
1887- 
1888- 
1889- 
1890- 
1891- 
1892- 
1893- 
1891- 
1895- 
1896- 
1897- 



1881- 
1882- 
1883- 
1881- 
1885- 
1886- 
1887- 
1888- 
1889- 
1890- 
1891- 
1892- 
1893- 
1891- 
1895- 
1896- 
1397- 



M. Hobday 1898- 

F. Bettinson 1899- 

Diamond 1900- 

Diamond 1901- 

Diamond 1902- 

J. Roberts 1903- 

Hair 1901- 

J. Newton 1905- 

, Neale 1906- 

J. Newton 1907- 

Dettmer 1908- 

Dettmer 1909- 

, Campbell 1910- 

, Campbell 1911- 

Randall 1912- 

Yanderhout 1913- 
Vanderhout 

MIDDLE WEIGHTS (list. lib. and under). 



-H. Marks 

-H. Brewer 

-G. W. Humphries 

-A. W T arner 

-A. Warner 

-H. Fergus 

-M. Wells 

-M. Wells 

-M. Wells 

-M. Wells 

-H. Holmes 

-F. Grace 

-T. Tees 

-A. Spenceley 

-R. Marriott 

-F. Grace 



-T. P. Bellhouse 
A. H. Curnick 
-A. J. Curnick 
-W. Brown 
-Mannin Salmon 
-W. J. King 
-R, Hair 
-R. Hair 
-G. Sykes 
-J. Hoare 
-J. Steers 
-J. Steers 
-J. Steers 
-W. Sykes 
-G. L. Townsend 
-W. L. Ross 
-W. Dees 



1898- 
1899- 
1900- 
i901- 
1902- 
1903- 
1901- 
1905- 
1906- 
1907- 
1908- 
1909- 
1910- 
1911- 
1912- 
1913- 



-G. L. Townsend 

-R. C. Warnes 

-E Mann. 

-R. C. Warnes 

-E. Mann 

-R. C. Warnes 

-E. Mann 

-J. W. H. T. Douglas 

-A. Murdoch 

-R. C. Warnes 

-W. Child 

-W. Child 

-R. C. Warnes 

-W. Child 

-E. V. Chandler 

-W. Bradley 



HEAVYWEIGHTS (any weight). 



-R. Frost Smith 

-H. T. Dearsley 

-H. T. Dearsley 

-H. T. Dearsley 

-W\ A. J. West 

-A. Diamond 

-E. White 

-W. J. King 

-A. Bowman 

-J. Steers 

-Yal Barker 

-J. Steers 

-J. Steers 

-Horace King 

-W Edge worth- Johnstone 

-W Edgeworth- Johnstone 

-G. L. Townsend 



1898- 
1899- 
1900- 
1901- 
1902- 
1903- 
1901- 
1905- 
1903- 
1907- 
1908- 
1909- 
1910- 
1911- 
1912- 
1913- 



-G. L. Townsend 
-F. Parks 
-W. Dees 
-F. Parks 
-F. Parks 
-E. Dickson 
-A. H. Horner 
-F. Parks 
-F. Parks 
-H. Brewer 
-S. C. H. Evan? 
-C. Brown 
-F. Storbeck 
-W. Hasell 
-R. Smith 
-It. Smith 



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OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. 

At Oxford, March 3, 1913. 
' Bantam- weights. 
P. L. Roy (St. Paul's and Emmanuel. Cambridge) beat F. D. 
Levy (Clifton and St. John's, Oxford). 

Feather- weights. 
P. Morton (Badley and Exeter, Oxford) beat A. G. D. Gavin 
(Haileybury and Peterhouse, Cambridge) on points. 



INTER-VARSITY. 

Light- weights. 
J. W. F. McNaught Davis (Worksop and St. Catharine's, 
Cambridge) beat L. A. De Yough (Harrow and University, 
Oxford) on points. 

Welter-weights. 
C. S. Ward (Eton and Christ Church, Oxford) beat P. D'H. 
Dressier (Felstead and Clare, Cambridge). Dressier was 
knocked out. 

Middle-weights. 
P. M. L. Edmonds (Eton and King's College, Cambridge) beat 
A. G. E. Anderson (Bedford and University, Oxford) on points. 

Heavy-weights. 
P. B. Dawson (Westminster and Trinity, Cambridge) beat F. C. 
Bourne (Rugby and Christ's Church, Oxford). After extra 
round. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

At Aldershot, March 13, 1913. 
Welter-weights (lOst. 71b. and under). 

First Series.— C; P. Blacker (Eton) beat G. H. Gadsden (St.Paul's); 
H. S. Kirkwood (Clifton) beat H. P. Evans (Eossall) ; P. O. 
Muirhead (St. George's, Harpenden) beat J. P. Bodakowski 
(Charterhouse) ; G. H. Vacher (Sherborne) beat G. C. Adams 
(Eastbourne) ; E. T. Greenhill (Bedford) beat C. H. Summer - 
hayes (St. Lawrence) ; N. D. I. Gavin (Haileybury) beat 
W. Richardson (Hackney Downs) ; G. E. A. Anderton (Eepton) 
beat D. H. Beves (Rugby) ; A. E. Alcock (Worksop) a bye. 

Second Series.— R. S. Kirkwood (Clifton) beat C. P. Blacker 
(Eton) ; G. H. Vacher (Sherborne) beat P. O. Muirhead 
(St. George's Harpenden) ; N. D. I. Gavin (Haileybury) beat 
E. T. Greenhill (Bedford) ; G. E. A. Anderton (Eepton) beat 
A. E. Alcock (Worksop). 

Semi-finals— -H. S. Kirkwood beat G. H. Vacher ; G. E. A. 
Anderton beat N. D. I. Gavin. 

Final. — H. S. Kirkwood beat G. E. A. Anderton. 
Bantam-weights (8st. 41t> and under). 

First Series. — M. H. Blackwood (Harrow) beat G. E. Harris 
(St. Paul's). Remainder had byes. 

Second Series.— E. M. Bear (Bedford) beat E. A. Bennett (Sher- 
borne) ; F. S. B. Irwin (Eepton) beat M. H. Blackwood 
(Harrow) ; G. P. W. Earle (Tonbridge) beat W. J. Armstrong 
(Worksop) ; A. M. M'Coll (Clifton) beat C. N. Stacey 
(Charterhouse). 

Semi-finals.— R. M. Bear beat F. S. B. Irwin ; A. M. M'Coll beat 
G. P. W. Earle. 

Final— A. M. M'Coll beat E. M. Bear. 



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Heavy-weights (any weight). 
First Series.— V. A. Burbury (St. Paul's) beat D. E. Wahl 

(Rugby) ; C. L. Mackay (Clifton) beat G. Pauling (Beaumont). 

The remainder had byes. 
Second Series. — J. N. Mayne (Imperial Service College^ beat G. E. 

Bostock (Oundle) ; V. A. Burbury (St. Paul's) beat E. W. C. 

Waee (Felstead) ; C. L. Mackay (Clifton) beat T. F. B. Haymes 

(Dulwich) ; P. Babington (Eton) beat B. G. L. Bull (Berk- 

hamstead). 
Semi-finals. — V. A. Burbury beat J. N. Mayne ; C. L. Mackay 

beat P. Babington. 
Final. — C. L. Mackay beat V. A. Burbury. 

Feather-weights (9st. and under). 

First Series. — R. G. Ireland (Tonbridge) beat A. M'Leod 
(Felstead) ; H. G. Sheldon (Haileybury) beat E. Behrens 
(Charterhouse) ; C. K. Davy (Clifton) beat H. MXellan 
(Rugby) ; D. A. Elliott (Dulwich) beat J. G. S. Thomas (King's 
School, Worcester) ; R. H. Rogers (St. Paul's) beat C. S. 
Duckworth (Harrow). Byes — C. W. Margerison (Rep ton) 
G. F. C. Rees (Worksop), and E. D. Walters (Bedford). 

Second Series. — R, G. Ireland (Tonbridge) beat C. W. Margerison 
(Repton) ; H. G. Sheldon (Haileybury) beat C. K. Davey 
(Clifton) : R. H. Rogers (St. Paul's) beat D. H. Elliott 
(Dulwich) ; G. F. C. Rees (Worksop) beat E. D. Walters 
(Bedford). 

Semi-finals.— H. G. Sheldon beat R. G. Ireland ; G. F. C. Rees 
beat R. H. Rogers. 

Final— H. G. Sheldon beat G. F. C. Rees. 

Middle-weights (list. 41b and under). 
First Series. — E. Thompstone (Shrewsbury) beat N. Clifton 
(Harrow) ; K. C. Mothersill (Bedford) beat F. H. Freeman 
Cohen (Felstead) ; W. Tatham (Haileybury) beat C. G. Gasson 
(Aldenham). Remainder byes. 

Second Series.— W. A. Crebbin (St. Paul's) beat G. H. Cheshire 
(Lancing) ; E. A. Waterton (Stoneyhurst) beat R. Thompstone 
(Shrewsbury) ; K. C. Mothersill beat W. Tatham (Haileybury) ; 
P. M. Rossdale (Clifton) beat P. Drayson (Oundle). 

Semi-finals.— W. A. Crebbin beat E. A. Waterton ; K. C, 
Mothersill beat Rossdale. 

Final— W. A. Crebbin beat K. C. Mothersill. 

Light-weights (lust, and under,. 

First Series. — A. M. Walker (Charterhouse) beat H. Meldrum 
(Framlingham) ; G. F. Morse (Bedford) beat B. U. Farrell 
(Cranbrook) ; D. Wellesley-Smith (Dulwich) beat E. H. 
Alexander (Dover) ; C. A. B. Elliott (Clifton) beat O. T. Walton 
(Worksop) ; H. B. Hodges (Sherborne) beat J. L. M. Morton 
(Persse) ; S. Lucas (Repton) beat W. L. Heape (Rugby). 
Bye—W. H. Shoobert (St. Paul's). 

Second Series.— W. H. Shoobert (St, Paul's) beat A. M. Walters 
(Charterhouse) ; D. Wellesley-Swith (Dulwich) beat G. F. 
Morse (Bedford) ; C. A. B. Elliott (Clifton) beat H. B. Hodges 
(Sherborne) ; J. H. Cooper (Seaford Engineering College) beat 
S. Lucas (Repton). 

Semi-finals— T>. Wellesley-Smith beat W. H. Shoobert : C. A. B. 
Elliott beat J. H. Cooper. 

Final.— C. A. B. Elliott beat D. Wellesley-Smith. 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Public Schools Championships— Continued. 
GYMNASTICS. 

Cranleigh (C. B. Short and J. H. Walker) 134 points, 1 ; HaiJer, 
bury (A. W. Spence and E. F. de C. Smith) 131£ points, 2 : 
Oundle (H. B. Begg and M. W. Selby-Lowndes) 131 points, 3 ; 
Dulwich (A. E. R. GilKgan and M. T. Aung) 130 points, 4 : 
Bronisgrove (W. H. Lewis and L. D. E. Haggard) 129 points, 5 ; 
Rugby (F. E. K. Davis and C. D. Grierson) 127 Points, 6 ;. 

The individual cup winners were : — A. E. E. Gilligan (Dulwich) 
Hi points, 1 ; C. B. Short (Cranleigh) 71 points, 2. 

FENCING.— Foils. 

Final Round. — E. G. Garvin (Westminster) beat Hon. K. A. 
Stewart (Harrow). 

Sabres. 
Final Round. — L. H. Eggleston (Eugby) be at D. K. Lec lercq. 



WINNERS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS. 



1909 
1910 
1911 



1893 
1895- 
1898- 
1897- 
1898- 
1899- 
1900- 
1901- 
1902- 
1903- 



1893- 
1894- 
1895- 
1896- 
1897- 
1898- 
1899- 
1900 
1901- 
1902- 
1903- 



BANTAM 

-H. G. Marks (St, Paul's) 
-R, V. Eoutledge (Felsted) 
-R. V. Eoutledge (Felsted) 

FEATHEE- 
-D. L. Edwards (Bedford) 
-E. S. Moss-Blundell (Dul.) 
-J. G. Montero (Bedford) 
-A. E. Littiejohn (St Paul) 
-S. A. McMillan (St Paul's) 
-J. W. Douglas (Felsted) 
-H. A. Ward (St Paul's) 
-D. G. Eutheriord(StPaul) 
-C. N. Hooper (St. Paul's) 
E. J. Bamberger (Sherb'e) 

LIGHT 

-Xo competition 
-S. P. Druce (Harrow) 
-H. M. Davies (Wellington) 
-W. L. Ambrose (St. Paul) 
-W. L. Ambrose (St. Paul) 
-C. H. Woolf (St. Paul's) 
P. P. Braithwaite (Felst'd) 
-H. B. Smith (St. Paul's) 
■H. B. Smith (St. Paul's) 
-J. G. Bower (Clifton Coll.) 
-D. E. Brandt (Harrow) 



WEIGHTS. 

! 1912-E. G. Ireland (Tollbridge) 
1913-A. M. M'Coll (Clifton) 

WEIGHTS. 

1904-P. J. E, Wigley (Tonbdge) 
1905-E. K. Shaw (St. Paul's) 
1906-W. G. Gabain (Chartli'se) 
1907-P.M.E, Anderson (Bedf cl) 
1908-G. A. Taylor (St. Paul's) 
1909-A. Anderson (Bedford) 
1910-G. F. Eeid (Bedford) 
191 1-E. Erskine (Allan Glen'i) 
1912-P. L. Roy (St. Paul's) 
1913-H. G.Sheldon (Haileybhy) 

WEIGHTS. 

1904-E. O. St. G. C. Quick© 

(Clifton College) 
1905-E. E. H. Gater (Sherbme) 
1906-E. K. Shaw (St. Paul's) 
1907-W. G. Gabain (Charterh'e) 
1908-N.A.E, Anderson (Bedf cl) 
1909-W. G. Gabain (St. Paul's) 
1910-V, C. Farrell (Cranbrook) 
1911-T. D. Dewar (Rugby) 
1912-W. G. Burt (Felsted) 
1913-C. A. B. Elliott(Clifton) 



WELTER WEIGHTS. 

1912-C. S. Ward (Eton) | 1913-H. S. Kirkwood (Clifton) 



MIDDLE 

1893-C. S. Rome (Harrow) 
1894-J. E. Stevens (Sherborne) 
1895-G. F. Gore (Harrow) 
1896-A. P. Meyer (Clifton) 
189 7-T. M. T. Hogg (Bedford) 
1898-T. Drysdale (St. Paul's) 
1899-C. H. Woolf (St. Paul's) 
1900-S. A. McMillan (St.Paul's) 
1901- J.W. H. Douglas (Felsted) 
1902-E. A. Raw (Clifton Coll.) 
1903-G. A. C. Hearsay (Bedf d) 



WEIGHTS. 
1904-P. N. Tchaykovsky (St PJ 
1905-P. N. Tchaykovsky (St P.) 
1906-L. F. Rickard (Clifton) 
1907-C. O. Lilley (St. Paul's) 
1908-C. O. Lilley (St. Paul's) 
1909-F. G. Lewtes (St. Paul's) 
1910-F. H. Broad (Dulwich) 
1911-E. M. Bear (Bedford) 
1912-E. Chalker (Oundle) 
1913-W. A. Crebbin (St. Paul's) 



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1893-C. Bonliam Carter (Clift'n) 
1894- J. A. Halliday (Harrow) 
1895-R. M. Wakefield (Sherb'e) 
1896-R. F. Vibart (Harrow) 
1897-H. Brackenbury (Bedfd) 
3 898-A. L. Champneys (Chart.) 
1899-R. O. C. Ward (Clifton) 
1900-R .H.EdmondsoiK 'Rugby ) 
1901-F. J. V. Hopley -Harrow) 
1902-F. J. V. Hopley (Harrow) 
190-3-J. E. Snell (Charterhouse) 



HEAVY WEIGHTS 



1904-K. C. Langaard (Sherb'ne) 
1905-K. C. Langaard (Sherb'ne) 
1906-T. M. Whittaker (Felsted) 
1907-G. A. Lilley (St. Paul's) 
1908 C. C. Darley (Dulwich) 
1909-F. C. Bourne (Rugby) 
1910-F. C. Bourne (Rugby) 
1911-H. T. Bostock (Onndle) 
1912-A.-L. W. Neave (Clifton) 
1913-C. L. Mackay (Clifton) 



ARMY AND NAVY CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

At Eordon, October, 1913. 
Bantam-weights. — Private Price beat Private Yesey. 
Feather-weights.' — Sergeant Martin beat Private Lee. 
Light-weights. — Driver Evans beat Sergeant Howard. 
Welter-weights. — Lance-Corporal Walsh beat Piivate Oakham. 
31 iddlc-w •eights.- — Gunner White beat Private Barry. 



WELSH AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

The Welsh Regt. won the Championship with 15 points ; 
Somerset L.I., 8 points ; being second ; Queen's Regt., 7 points*. 
third ; R.F.A., 6 points, fourth ; and Essex Regt., 4 points, fifth, 



IRISH AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS, 1913. 

Bantam-weights . 
First Series. — S. Brown (A.S.A.,) beat R. McAIpine (unattached): 

E. Kelly (unattached) beat C. J. Browne (Royal Hibernian 

School). 
Final. — E. Kelly beat S. Brown. 

Feather-weights. 
First Series.— T. J. Tubridy (D.A.B.S.) beat A. Aitken (un- 
attached) ; J. Stone (D.A.B.S.) beat H. Jordan (unattached). 
Byes— E. Rogers (Dublin) and J. McAuley (D.A.B.S.). 

Second Series. — J. McAuley beat E. Rogers ; T. J. Tubridy beat 

J. Stone. 
Final.— T. J. Tubridy beat J. McAuley. 

Light-weights. 

First Series.— W. O'Brien (Xaas) beat S. Hughes (A.S.A.) : 

B. Wilson (A.S.A.) beat P. Miller (S.C.A.C.) ; H. T. McQuade 

(D.A.B.S.) beat F. Murray (Dublin) ; B. McGill (Dublin) beat 

J. Twomey (Cork). 
Second Series— B. McGill beat W. O'Brien ; H. McQuade beat 

B. Wilson. 
Final.— B. McGill beat II. McQuade. 

Middle-weights. 
First Series. — J. Murphy (Mount Brown) beat M. McDennot 

(A.S.A.) ; P. Fox (Kells) beat E. Foster (A.S.A.). Byes— J. A. 

Hehir (A.S.A.) and J. O'Donnell (Tralee). 
Second Series. — P. Fox beat J. Murphy ; J. O'Donnell beat 

M. Hehir; 
Final. — P. Fox beat J. O'Donnell. 



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Heavy-weights. 
First Series. — J. McDonald (Naas) beat Const O'Connor. Byes — 

C. N. Clarke (Blarney), P. Fox (Kells), and W. McDonald 

(Wenworth). 
Second Series. — J. McDonald beat C. N. Clarke.; W. McDonald 

a bye ; P. Fox scratched. 
Final. — J. McDonald w.o. ; W. McDonald scratched. 



SCOTTISH AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS (S A.G. & W.A.) 

At Glasgow, March 29. 
Bantam-weights . 
First Series. — D. Nicholson (Southern) beat D. Grant (Scottish 
National) ; M. Beid (Southern) beat H. Cavan (St. Patrick's) ; 

A. Campbell (Clydebank) beat J. C. Miller (Lanark) ; J. Muir 
(Scottish National) beat J. Heaney (St. Patrick's) ; J. M'Neil 
(Perth) beat J. Wright (Gala Harriers) ; W. M'Leod (Greenock' 
beat T. O'Neil (Garscube Harriers) ; A. Wilkie (Greenock 
Caleys) beat B. Parker (Scottish National) ; A. Lawrie 
(Southern) beat J. M'Fadden (Southern) (holder) ; A. Lindsay 
(Scottish National) beat J. O'Bourke (Scottish National). 

Second Series. — Campbell beat Wilkie ; rest byes. 

Third Series. — Lawrie beat Beid ; M'Neil beat Lindsay ; 

Nicholson beat Muir ; M'Leod beat Campbell. 
Semi-finals. — M'Leod beat Nicholson ; Lawrie beat M'Neil. 
Final. — Lawrie beat M'Leod. 

Feather-weights. 
First Series. — J. Hendrie (Partick) beat J. B. Kerr (Dumfries) * 
C. Wallace (Dundee) beat B. Morrison (Scottish National) » 

B. Walker (Springburn) beat B. Sweeney (Vale of Leven) ; 

B. Welsh (Abbey Green) beat F. Waugh (Lanark) ; J. Thorn 
(Springburn) beat B. Kelly (Lanark) ; E. Malloy (Scottish 
National) beat J. Dallas (Dennistoun) ; J. Ferguson (Scottish 
National) beat W. Peters (Scottish National) ; B. Howat 
(Scottish National) beat T. Emmet (Scottish National) ; 

C. Bocks (Nether fauldhouse) beat J. M'Ewan (Southern) ; 
A. Drennan (Southern) beat J. Bradley (Southern). J. Croall 
(Southern) a bye. 

Second Series. — Croall beat Drennan ; Thorn beat Howat ; 
Wallace beat Malloy ; rest byes. 

Third Series. — Walker beat Bocks ; Ferguson beat Welsh ; Thorn 
beat Hendrie ; Wallace beat Croall. 

Semi-finals. — Wallace beat Thorn ; Walker beat Ferguson. 

Final. — Wallace beat Walker. 

Light-weights. 

First Series. — G. dimming (Clydebank) beat J. Adams (Spring- 
burn) ; J. M'Arthur (Greenock West) beat W. Bell (St. 
Patrick's) ; D. M'Donald (Southern) beat D. Miller (Scottish 
National) ; J. M'Donald (Scottish National) beat A. Forbes 
(Scottish National) ; J. Fraser (Clydebank) beat E. G. M'Mann 
(Dundee). Bye — T. Scott (Springburn). 

Second Series. — Scott beat Fraser ; M'Arthur beat Cumming. 
Byes — D. M'Donald and J. M'Donald. 

Semi-finals. — J. M'Donald beat D. M'Donald ; M'Arthur beat 
Scott, 

Final. — M'Donald beat M'Arthur. 



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Middle .weights. 

First Series. — A. Buchanan (Southern) beat T. Highland 
(Southern) ; M. M'Callum (Scottish National) beat W. Stark 
(Southern). Byes— J. Webb (Scottish National) and T. Kent 
(Southern). 

Semi-finals. — Webb beat A. Buchanan ; Kent beat M'Calluni. 

Final. — Webb beat Kent. 

Heavy-weights. 

First Series.— R. Whiteford (Edinburgh) beat John Young 
(Lanark). Byes — J. Ritchie (Abbey Green), John Webb 
(Scottish National), and T. Kent (Southern). 

Semi- finals. — Kent beat Ritchie ; Webb beat Whiteford. 

-Fwal.— Webb beat Kent. 



NORTHERN COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIPS, 1913. 

At Bradford, November 22, 1913. 
Feather-weights (9st).— A. Northop (Bradford All Saints) beat 

E. Booth (Stanningley) on points. 
Heavy-weights (list 4fl»— G. Mitchell (Bradford G.C.) beat 

T. Eggleston (Leeds) in the first round. 



MIDLAND AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS, 1913. 

Bantam-weight. — H. Hemming beat S. Goode. 
Feather-iceight. — J. O'Neill beat S. C. Jones. 
Light-weight. — T. Thomas beat H. Pollard. 
Middle-weight— P. G. Sadd beat T. Priestnall. 
Heavy-weight.— W. H. Hedges beat J. Priesteall. 



SCOTTISH AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS (S.A.B.A.) 

At Edinburgh, March 1. 

BAXTAM- WEIGHTS. 

First Series. — W. Buchan (Leith and Tolbooth) beat J. Henderson 
(Eastern). Byes — Stewart Hendry (Melbourne), G. Gemmell 
(Springburn, Glasgow), A. Brown (Victoria, Glasgow), G. 
Harden (Dunedin), G. Sutherland (Netherbow), J. Jackson 
(Springburn, Glasgow), and W. Taylor (unattached). 

Second Series. — -S. Hendry beat Gemmell ; A. Brown beat G. 
Harden ; G Sutherland beat J. Jackson ; W. Buchan beat 
W. Taylor. 

Semi-finals.-— W. Buchan beat Sutherland ; Brown beat S. Hendry 

Final. — Buchan beat Brown. 

Eeather- weights. 

First Series.— R. Donati (Eastern) beat C. Burt (West Lothian 
Miners) ; D. Vallance (Melbourne) beat B. Carney (Victoria, 
Glasgow) ; T. Buchan (Leith and Tolbooth) beat R. Douglas 
(Douglas). Byes — A. Craig (Victoria, Glasgow), D. Hutchison 
(Leith St. Andrew's), J. Thorn (Springburn, Glasgow), W. Hosy 
(Springburn, Glasgow), and G. Grieve (Netherbow). 

Second Series. — Donati beat T. Buchan ; Thorn beat Hutchison ; 
Craig beat Grieve ; Vallance beat Hoey in the first round. 

Semi-finals. — Vallance beat Craig ; Donati beat Thorn. 

Final. — -Vallance beat Donati. 



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Light- weights. 

First Series.— G. Burns (Victoria, Glasgow), beat J. Steel (Victoria, 
Glasgow) ; G. Renouff (Leith St. Andrew's) beat J. Johnstone 
(Dunfermline) ; J. Buchanan (Eastern) beat D. Tait. Byes— 
G. Outerson (Melbourne), A. Gourlay (City, Glasgow). W. Gray 
(West Lothian Miners), T. Hendry (West Lothian Miners), and 
M. Hayes (Springburn, Glasgow). 

Second Series. — Buchanan beat Renouff : T. Hendry beat Gray . 
Hayes beat Burns ; Outerson beat Gourlay. 

Semi-finals. — Buchanan beat Outerson ; Hayes beat T. Hendry. 

Final. — Buchanan beat Hayes. 

Middle-weights. 

First Series. — J. Whiteford (Edinburgh Gymnastic) beat J. Smith 
(9th Royal Scots) ; W. Samuels (Edinburgh Gymnastic) beat 
W T . Smith (Westcalder) ; J. Coyle (West Lothian Miners) beat 
F. M'Millan (Dunedin); Hugh Docherty (Edinburgh Gymnastic) 
beat R. Bell (Springburn, Glasgow). 

Semi-finals. — Docherty beat Coyle ; Samuels beat J. Whiteford 

Final. — Samuels beat Docherty. 

Heavy-weights. 

First Series. — J. Whiteford (Edinburgh Gymnastic) beat M. 
Wilson (City, Glasgow) ; R. Whiteford (Edinburgh Gymnastic) 
a bye. The competition was rendered null and void owing to 
J. and G. Whiteford, who are brothers, refusing to genuinely 
contest the issue. 



AUSTRALASIAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONS.. 1913, 

(At Dunedin, New Zealand.) 
Bantam-weight. — H. King (New South Wales). 
Feather-weight. — N. Bennetts (New Zealand). 
Light-weight. — W T . Schutt (New Zealand). 
Welter-weight — S. Mitchell (New Zealand). 
Middle-weight. — H. J. Withey (New Zealand). 



AMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONS.— 1S13. 

108-pound Class. — Barney Snyder, Boston. 

115-pound Class. — Thomas L. Reagan, Boston. 

12o-pound Class. — W. Hitchen, Toronto. 

135-pound Class, — M. J. Crowley, Maiden. 

14:b-pound Class. — Charles Askins, Boston. 

loS-pound Class. — William Barrett, Harlem. New York. 

Heavy-weight Class. — Alfred J. Reich. Irish -American A.C 

175-pound Class. — Joe Brown, Pawtucket, R.I. 



INTERNATIONAL BOXING UNION. 

The following were declared the boxing chamnions of the world 
by the International Boxing Union at a meeting held in Paris 
in November, 1913, at which England was not represented.:— 

Fly -weight — Bill Ladbivry (England). 

Bantam -vj eight — Johnny Coulon (America). 

Feather-weight — Johnny Kilbane (America). 

Light-weight— Willie Ritchie (America). 

Middle-weight — Frank Klaus (America). 

Light Heavy-w eight — Sam Langford (America). 

The Middle-weight and Heavy-weight titles were left vacant. 



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WORLD'S PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS. 

Fly-Weight. — 'Bill Ladbury. 

Bantam-weight, — Kid Williams, Johnny Coulon, 0. Ledou?, 

Digger Stanley. 
Feather-weight. — Johnny Kilbane. 
Light-weight. — Fred Welsh, Willie Ritchie. 
Middle-weight.— -In dispute. 
Heavy -w eight. —Jack Johnson. 



AUSTRALIAN PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS, 1913. 

Light-weight. — Hughie Mehegan beat Matt Wells. 
Heavy-weight. — Dave Smith beat Bill Lang. 



FRENCH PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS- 1913, 

Fly-weights. — Bouzonnie. 
Bantam-weights. — Ledoux. 
Feather-weights. — De Ponthieu. 
Light-weights. — Papin. 
Welter-weights. — Piet. 
Middle-weights. — Moreau. 
Light Heavy-weights. — Carpentier. 
Heavy-weights. — Lurie. 

ENGLISH CHAMPIONS, 1913. 

Ft y-weight. — Bill Ladbury. 
Bantam-weight. — Digger Stan ley. 
Feather-weight. — Kid Lewis. 
Light-weight. — Fred Welsh. 
Welter-weight. — Johnny Summers. 
H eavy-v: eight, — Bombardier Wells. 



AMERICAN CHAMPIONS, 1913. 

Bantam-weight. — Johnny Coulon. 
Feather-weight. — Johnny Kilbam s. 
Light-weight. — Willie Ritchie. 
Middle-weight. — In dispute. 
H eavy-weight. — Jack Johnson. 

THE AMATEUR BOXING ASSOCIATION. 

The Rules Revised October, 1911. 

1. In all open competitions the ring shall be roped, and not 
less than 12ft. or more than 20ft. square. 

2. Competitors to box in light boots or shoes (without spikes), 
or in socks, knickerbockers, breeches or trousers, and jerseys. 
The gloves to be of a standard weight of 8oz. each. 

3. Weights to be, for Championship Competitions — Bantam, 
not exceeding 8st 4rt> ; Feather, not exceeding 9st ; Light, not} 
exceeding 10st.; Middle, not exceeding list 41b ; Heavy, any 
weight. Competitors to weigh on the day of competition in 
boxing costume, without gloves. For all other competitions weights 
to be decided by the Association or Club promoting the same. 

4. In all open competitions the number of rounds to be con- 
tested shall be three. The duration of the first two rounds shall 
be three minutes, and of the third four minutes, with an internal 
of one minute between each round. 



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5. In competitions where there are more than fonr competitors, 
a sufficient number of byes shall be drawn in the first series, so 
as to reduce the number of remaining competitors to 4, 8, or 16* 
as the case may be, and the drawers of such byes shall not have 
to box them ; and in the second series those who have received 
byes shall be drawn to compete before those who have already 
boxed. Byes that may subsequently arise shall be sparred for 
the specified time with an opponent approved by the judges an! 
referee. 

8. Each competitor shall be attended by one second only, and 
no advice or coaching shall be given to a competitor by his 
second, or any other person, during the progress of the bout. 

7. In all open competitions Douts shall be decided by two 
judges and a referee, who shall be stationed apart from each 
other. The judges shall award at the end of the first two roun ds 
Jive marks, and at the end of the third round seven marks to 
the better man, and a lesser number to the other man according 
to his merits. When the men are equal the maximum number 
must be given to each. At the end of each bout the judges' scoring 
papers shall be collected by an official appointed for the purpose, 
and In cases where the judges agree such official shall announce 
their decision, but should the judges disagree the official shall so 
inform the referee, and shall collect his paper, but before announc- 
ing the decision, shall show the judges' papers to the referee. 

8. The referee shall give his vote when the judges disagree, or 
he can order further rounds limited to two minutes each. Two 
of the three opinions must agree before a winner can be declared, 
otherwise an extra round is compulsory. The decision of the 
judges or referee, as the case may be, shall be final and without 
appeal. 

I). Marks shall be awarded for " attack," as follows : — Direct 
clean hits with the knuckle part of the glove of either hand, on 
any part of the front or sides of the head, or body above the 
belt ; and for " defence," guarding, slipping, ducking, counter- 
hitting, or getting away. Where competitors are otherwise equal, 
the majority of marks shall be given to the one who does most 
oi the leading off, or who displays the better style. 

10. The referee shall have power to disqualify a competitor for 
any of the following acts : — For hitting below the belt, for hitting 
with the open glove, the inside or " butt " of the hand, or with 
the wrist or elbow ; for striking a competitor when he is down ; 
for holding, butting, shouldering, intentionally falling without 
receiving a blow, wrestling or roughing, or for any other act he 
may deem foul. 

11. In the event of a competitor being down, his opponent 
shall retire out of distance, and shall not recommence boxing until 
told to do so by the referee. A man is to be considered down when 
lie is on one foot or both, if at the same time any other part of his 
body is touching the ground. The referee shall be empowered 
to stop a round if in his opinion a man is outclassed or unfit to 
continue, and that man shall be deemed to have lost the bout. 

12. In all competitions any competitor failing to resume 
sparring when time is caUed shah lose the bout. 

13. The breaking of any of these rules by a competitor or his 
second shall render such competitor liable to disqualification. 

14. The judges and referee shall decide (1) the interpretation 
of any of these rules ; (2) any question not provided for in these 

DEFINITION OF AN AMATEUR. 
1. An amateur is one who has never competed for a money 
prize, staked bet, or declared wager ; who has not competed 
with or against a professional for any prize (except with the 
express sanction of the Amateur Boxing Association), and who 
lias never taught, pursued, or assisted in the practice of athletic 
exercises as a means of obtaining a livelihood or pecuniary gain. 



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2. That Associated Clubs giving open competitions shall accept 
the entry of any member of Clubs forming the Association, all 
■other entries to be subject to the approval of the Committee of 
the Clubs giving such competitions. 



NATIONAL SPORTING CLUB RULES. 
CONTESTS. 

1. All contests to be decided in a roped ring not less than 14ffc. 
or more than 20ft. square. 

2. Contestants to box in light boots or shoes (without spike.^ 
or in socks. The gloves to be of a minimum weight of 6oz. each. 
Contestants to be medically examined before entering the ring, 
and to weigh on the day of the contest. 

Should bandages be agreed to, the length and material of sama 
to be approved and deposited with the Management of the Club 
at the time of signing Articles. The length of Bandage for each 
or either hand not to exceed six feet, and width not to exceed 
one inch. 

3. In all contests the number of rounds shall be specified. No 
contest shall exceed 15 rounds, except Championships, which 
shall be limited to 20 rounds. No round shall exceed three minutes 
in duration. The interval between the rounds shall be one minute. 

4. A contestant shall be entitled to the assistance of two 
seconds, whose names shall be submitted to the Committee for 
approval. The seconds shall leave tlie ring when time is called, 
and shall give no advice or assistance to the contestants during 
the progress of any round. 

5. In all contests a referee and a timekeeper shall be appointed 
by the Committee. The referee shall award a maximum number 
of five marks at the end of each round to the better man, and a 
proportionate number to the other contestant, or, when equal, the 
maximum number to each. 

If a contestant is down, he must get up unassisted within ten 
seconds, his opponent meanwhile shall retire out of striking 
distance, and shall not resume boxing until ordered to do so by 
the referee. A man is to be considered down even when he is on 
one or both feet, if at the same time any other part of his body 
is touching the ground, or when in the act of rising. A contestant 
failing to continue the contest at the expiration of ten seconds 
shall not be awarded any marks for that round, and the contest 
shall then terminate. 

The referee shall decide all contests in favour of the contestant 
who obtains the greatest number of marks. 

If at the conclusion of any round during the, contest one of the 
contestants should attain such a lead on points as to render it an 
impossibility for his opponent to win or tie, he must then be 
declared the winner. 

Marks shall be awarded for " attack," direct clean hits with 
the knuckle part of the glove of either hand on any part of the 
front or sides of the head, or body above the belt ; " defence," 
guarding, slipping, ducking, or getting away. Where contestants 
are otherwise equal the majority of marks shall be given to the 
one who does most of the leadiug ofl or who displays the better 
style. 

6. The referee shall have power to disqualify a contestant for 
any of the following acts. For hitting below the belt, for using 
the pivot blow, for using the kidney punch, for hitting with the 
open glove, the inside or butt of the hand, or with the wrist or 
elbow. For holding, butting, shouldering, intentionally falling 
without receiving a blow, wrestling or roughing, or for any other 
act which he may deem foul. The referee shall also have power to 
stop the contest if in his opinion a contestant is outclassed or 
accidentally disabled. 



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7. If in the opinion of the referee a deliberate foul is committed 
by a contestant, such contestant shall not be entitled to any 
prize. 

8. The breaking of any of these rules by a contestant or his 
seconds shall render such contestant liable to disqualification. 

9. The referee shall decide (1) any question not provided for in 
these rules ; (2) the interpretation of any of these rules. ._, 

COMPETITIONS. 

1. All competitions to be decided in a roped ring not less than 
14ft. or more than 20ft. square. 

2. Competitors to box in light boots or shoes (without spikes 
or in socks. The gloves to be of a minimum weight of 6 ounces 
each. Competitors to be medically examined before entering the 
ring, and to weigh on the day of the contest. 

3. In all ordinary competitions the number of rounds to be 
contested shall be three. The duration of the first and second 
rounds shall be two or three minutes, and the third round three 
or four minutes. The internal between the rounds shall be one 
minute. 

4. A competitor who draws a bye shall be bound to spar for the 
specified time with any opponent approved of by the judges and 
referee. 

5. In all competitions a referee, two judges, and a timekeeper 
shall be appointed by the Committee. Bouts shall be decided by 
the judges and the referee, who shall be stationed apart. The 
judges shall award in competitions of three rounds, for the first 
and second a maximum of five marks in each, and for the third 
round a maximum of seven to the better man, and a proportionate 
number to the other competitor, or, when equal, the maximum 
number to each. In special competitions of longer duration the 
maximum number of marks to be allotted shall be five for each 
round. At the end of each bout the judges' papers shall be 
collected by an official appointed for that purpose. In cases where 
the judges agree, such official shall announce the name of the 
Winner ; but in cases where the judges disagree, such official shall 
so inform the referee, who shall thereupon act according to Bule 6. 

6. The referee shall have power to give his casting vote when 
the judges disagree, or he can order a further round limited to 
either two or three minutes. Two opinions must agree as to a 
winner, otherwise an extra round shall be ordered by the referee. 

7. If a competitor is down, he must get up unassisted within 
ten seconds, his opponent meanwhile shall retire out of striking 
distance, and shall not resume boxing until ordered to do so by 
the referee. A man is to be considered down even when he is on 
one or both feet, if at the same time any other part of his body is 
touching the ground, or when in the act of rising. A competitor 
failing to continue the contest at the expiration of ten seconds 
shall not be awarded any marks for that round, and the bout shall 
then terminate. 

The referee shall decide all bouts in favour of the competitor 
who obtains the greatest number of marks. 

If at the conclusion of any round during the competition one 
of the competitors should attain such a lead on points as to render 
it an impossibility for his opponent to win or tie, he must then be 
declared the winner. 

8. The decision of the judges or referee, as the case may be, 
shall be final, and without appeal. 



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9. Murks shall be awarded for " attack," direct clean hits with 
the knuckle part of the glove of either hand or any part of the 
front or sides of the head, or body above the belt ; " defence " 
guarding, slipping, ducking, or getting away. Where competitors 
are otherwise equal, the majority of marks shall be given to the 
one who does most of the leading off, or who displays the better 
style. 

10. The referee shall have power to disqualify a competitor for 
any of the following acts. For hitting below the belt, for using 
the pivot blow, for using the kidney punch, for hitting with the 
open glove, the inside or butt of the hand, or with the wrist or 
elbow, For holding, butting, shouldering, intentionally falling 
without receiving a blow, wrestling or roughing, or for any other 
act he may deem foul. The referee shall also have power to stop 
the bout if in his opinion a competitor is outclassed or accidentally 
disabled. 

11. If in the opinion of the referee a deliberate foul is committed 
by acompetitor, such competitor shall not be entitled to any prize. 

12. The breaking of any of these rules by such competitor or 
his seconds shall render a competitor liable to disqualification. 

13. The judges and referee shall decide (1) any question not 
provided for in these rules ; (2) the interpretation of any of these 
rules. 

CHAMPIONSHIPS— Standard Weights. 

Fly-weight, 8st. and under ; bantam-weight, 8st. 61b. and 
under ; feat her- weight, 9st. and under ; light-weight, 9st. 91b. 
and under ; welter-weight, lOst. 71b. and under ; middle-weight, 
list. 61b. and under ; light-heavy-weight, 12st. Tib. and under ; 
heavy-weight, any weight. 

To weigh-in eight hours before entering the ring. 

Any boxer holding a Championship must defend his title within 
six months after the receipt of a challenge for a minimum stake 
of £100 a side, excepting the heavy-weight, when the minimum 
is to be £200 a side, and the fly- weight, when the minimum is to 
be £50 a side ; the challenge to be accompanied by a deposit of 
£50, and approved by the Committee of the National Sporting 
Club. 

Challenge belts will be given for the above Championships, 
which must be held for an unbroken period of three years, or 
won three times (not necessarily consecutively) in order for same 
to become the absolute property of the holder. 

The holder of a Championship Belt shall not be permitted to 
enter for another weight unless the Belt he has previously won has 
become his absolute property, or he has surrendered same. 



THE QUEENSBURY RULES. 

1. The ring shall be roped, and 24ft. square. 

2. Competitors to box in light boots or shoes (without spikes), 
or in socks, with knickerbockers, breeches, or trousers, and wear 
jerseys. 

3. The result shall be decided by two judges, with a referee, 
or by a referee only. 

4. The number of rounds to be contested shall be three. The 
duration of the first two rounds shall be three minutes, and the 
final round four minutes, and the interval between each round 
shall be one minute. 

5. Any competitor failing to come up when " Time " is called 
shall lose the bout. 



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6. Where a competitor draws a bye, he shall be bound to spar 
such bye for the specified time, and with such opponent as tha 
judges or referee may approve. 

7. Each competitor shall be entitled to the assistance of one 
attendant only, and no advice or coaching shall be given to any 
competitor by his second, or by any other person, during the 
progress of any round. . . 

8. The referee shall have power to give his casting vote when 
the judges disagree, or to stop the contest in either the second 
or third round in the event of it being very one-sided ; and ha 
can, further, order a fourth round, limited to two minutes, in tha 
event of the judges disagreeing. 

9. The decision of the judges or referee, as the case may be. 
shall be final and without appeal. 

10. The referee may, after cautioning the offender, disqualify 
a competitor who is boxing unfairly by flicking or hitting with 
the open glove, by hitting with the inside or " butt " of the hand, 
the wrist, or elbow, or by wrestling or roughing at the ropes. 

11. In the event of any Question arising not provided for in 
these rules, the referee to have fuU power to decide such question, 
and his decision to be final. 



CONTESTS FOR ENDURANCE. 

To be a fair stand-up boxing match, in a 24ft. ring:, or as near 
that size as practicable ; no wrestling or hugging allowed ; the 
rounds to be of three minutes' duration, and one minute time ; 
if either man fall through weakness or otherwise he must get up 
unassisted ; ten seconds to be allowed him to do so ; the other 
man meanwhile to retire to his corner, and when the fallen man 
U on his legs the round is to be resumed and continued until the 
three minutes have expired, and if one man fails to come to the 
scratch in the ten seconds allowed, it shall be in the power of 
the referee to give his award in favour of the other man : a man 
hanging on the ropes in a helpless state, with his toes off the 
ground, shall be considered down ; no seconds or any other 
person will be allowed in the ring during the roimds ; should the 
contest be stopped by any unavoidable interference the referee to 
name time and place for finishing the contest as soon as possible, 
so that the match must be won or lost, unless the backers of both 
men agree to draw the stakes. The gloves to be fair-sized boxing 
gloves of the best quality, and new ; should a glove burst or 
come off it must be replaced to the referee's satisfaction. A man 
on one knee is considered down, and if struck is entitled to thd 
stakes. No shoes or boots with sprigs allowed. 



CHAMPIONS OF THE PRIZE RING. 

1805 — Pearce, the Game Chicken. 

1808 — Gully declined the office. 

1809 — Tom Cribb received belt, not transferable, and cup. 

1824 — Tom Spring received four cups and resigned office. 

1825 — Jem Ward received a belt, not transferable. 

1833 — Deaf Burke claimed the office. 

1839 — Bendigo (W. Thompson) beat Deaf Burke, claimed 
Championship, and received belt from Jem Ward. 

1841— Nick Ward (brother to Jem) beat Caunt, February 2. 
Gaunt beat Nick Ward, and received a belt by subscrip- 
tion. The belt was transferable. 

1845 — Bendigo beat Caunt. and got the belt. 

1849— Tass Parker beat Con Parker lor £100 a-side and tho 
Championship. 



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1S50 — Perry the Tipton Slasher, after hu fight with Paddock, 

claimed the office. 
1851 — Harry Broome beat Perry,. and obtained the office. 
1853 — Perry again claimed the office. Harry Broome having 

forfeited £20 to him in a match, and retired from the 

Ring on August 13. 
1857 — Tom Sayers beat Perry for £200 a-side and new belt. 
I860— Tom Sayers retired after his fight with Heenan. 1 

1860— Sam Hurst, the Stalybridge Infant, beat Paddock. Both 

claimed the office. Belt handed to Hurst. 
1861— Jem Mace beat Hurst. 
1863 — Tom Ken t g beat Mace and claimed the belt, which he 

subsequently gave up, declining again to meet Mace. 

Mace again claimed the belt. 
1865 — Joe Wormald beat Marsden, £200 a-side and the belt. 

both having claimed the Championship. Belt handed to 

Wormald. Forfeited £120 to Mace, who again claimed. 
1866 — Mace and Joe Goss a draw, £200 a-side and belt. 
1867 — Joe Wormald received forfeit from E. Baldwin, £200 and 

the Champions] lip. Baldwin absent at the starting 

place. Wormald claimed the belt. 
1867 — Jem Mace and E. Baldwin a draw, £200 a-side and ths 

Championship. The belt in abeyance. 
1S68 — J. Wormald and E. Baldwin a draw, £200 a-side and 

the title, hi America. 
1869 — M"Coole beat T. Allen, in America, for Championship of 

the World. 
IS 70 — Jem Mace beat T. Allen, in America, for Championship 

of the World. 
1S72 — Jem Mace and J. Coburn fought a dravy for £500 a-sid3 

and the Championship. 
1885 — Jem Smith beat Jack Davis for £100 a-side and the 

Championship of England. 
1887 — Jake Kilrain and Jem Smith fought a draw for £2,000 

and "Police Gazette" Championship of the World Belt, 

hi France. 
1888— March 10, J. L. Sullivan, of Boston, U.S.A., and C. 

Mitchell, of London, drew at Cbantilly, France, after 

39 rounds in 3 hours and 11 minutes. 
1889— July 8, John L. Sullivan, of Boston, U.S.A., beat Jake 

Kilrain, of Greenport, U.S.A., for £2,000 a-side, in 75 

rounds hi 2 hours and 16 minutes. 
1889 — December 23, Frank Slavin, of Australia, and Jem Smith, 

of London, drew at Bruges, Belgium, after fighting 14 

rounds. Boughs repeatedly interfered with Slavin, and 

the referee stopped the fight. 



SOXING CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD. 

Heavy-Weight Champions. 

1891 — Bob Fitzsimmons defeated Jack Dempsey for the Middle- 
weight Championship of the World. 13 rounds, at New 
Orleans, January 14. 

1S91 — James J. Corbett and Peter Jackson fought their 
memorable draw, 61 rounds, San Francisco, Cal., May 21. 

1S92— James J. Corbett beat Joiin L. Sullivan, Champion of 
America, 21 rounds, New Orleans, La., Sept. 7. 



224 THE SPOETI^G CHEOX1CLE ANNUAL. 

1894 — James J. Corbett beat Charles Mitchell, of England, 

3 rounds, Jackson ville. Fla., January 25. 
1896 — Robert Fitzsimmons beat Peter Maher in one round, in 

lmin. 35sec, in Mexico, Texas, February 21. 
1897 — Eobert Fitzsimmons won from James J. Corbett, at 

Carson City, Nev., in 14 rounds, March 17. 
1899 — James J. Jeffries won title from Eobert Fitzsimmonv 

at Coney Island, N.Y., in 11 rounds, June 9. 
1899 — James J. Jeffries defeated Thomas J. Sharkey, at Coney 

Island, N.Y., 25 rounds, November 3. 
1902 — James J. Jeffries knocked out Eobert Fitzsimmons. at 

San Francisco, Cak, eight rounds July 25 
1903 — James J. Jeffries knocked out Jame3 J. Corbett at Saa 

Francisco, Cal., in ten rounds . August 14. 
1904 — James J. Jeffries knocked out Jack Munroe. at San 

Francisco, in two rounds, August 26. 
1905 — Jack O'Brien beat Bob Fitzsimmons, at San FranciscD. 

13 rounds, December 20. 
190C — Tommy Burns defeated Marvin Hart, who claimed tha 

title, Los Ange-es, 20 roimds, February 23. 
1907 — Tommy Burns defeated Jack O'Brien. Los Ange!es, 23 

rounds, May 7. 
1907 — Tommy Burns beat Bill Squires, at Los Angeles, threa 

rounds. 
1907 — Tommy Burns beat Gunner Moir, at National Sportin ? 

Club, ten rounds, December 2. 
1908 — Tommy Burns beat Jack Palmer, at "Wonderland, four 

rounds, February 10 ; beat Jem Eoche, at Dublin, one 

round. March 17 ; beat Bill Squires, at Neuilly. eight 

rounds, June 13, and at Sydney, in 13 rounds, August 

24 ; beat Bill Lang, at Melbourne, six roimds. Sept. 3. 
1908 — Jack Johnson (challenger) beat Tommy Bums, Bush* 

cutter's Bay, Sydney, 14 rounds, December 26. 
1909 — Jack Johnson knocked out Stanley Ketchel. in 12 rounds,' 

October 16. 
1910— Jack Johnson beat James J. Jeffries, in 15 rounds, July 4, 

Eeno, Nevada. 



CURLING. 

The following are the winners in the principal Curling 
Tournaments decided last season : — 
I'Anson Cup. — J. D. Johnston, Trafford. 
Newall Cup. — J. P. Cowper, Manchester Caledonians. 
Manchester Ice Palace Shield. — J. Wilson, Belle Yu£ 
Duchess of Bedford Shield. — J. Carmichael, London. 
Lycett Cup. — J. D. Johnston, Trafford. 
International Tournament.— James Gray, Preston, 
Scottish Club Championship. — J. M'Geoch, Manchester. 
Harrogate Cup. — G. Hamilton, Glasgow. 
Kanderstang Cup. — J. Kennedy, Glasgow. 
Stizlixg-Maxwell Cup. — W. Lindsay, Wishaw, 
Bowlers and Masons Toupney. — W. Dodds, Glasgow. 
Jackson Cup.— St. Moritz— M. Metcalf. 




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OLYMPIC RECORDS. 

The list of Olympic records which have now been established 
in track and field events is as follows : — ■ 

100 metres lO^sec. 

110 metres hurdles 15sec. 

200 metres , 21 7/10sec. 

400 metres 48^sec. 

400 metres hurdles 55sec 

800 metres lmin. 51 9/10sec. 

1.500 metres 3min. 56%sec. 

3,200 metres cross country lOmin. 47M»sec. 

5,000 metres 14min. 36%sec.~ 

8,000 metres 25min. ll^ssec. 

10,000 metres 31min. 20sec. 

25 Mile Marathon race 2hr. 36min. 54sec. 

3,500 metres walk 14mm. 55sec. 

10,000 metres walk 46min. 282 / 5 sec. 

16,000 metres walk lhr. 15min. 57 2 /5sec. 

400 metres relay race 42%sec. 

1,600 metres relay race 3min. leasee. 

Running High Jump 6ft. 4in. 

Running Broad Jump 21ft. lliin. 

Standing High Jump 5ft. 4|in. 

Standing Broad Jmnp lift. 0|?in. 

Pole Jump 12ft. lVAn. 

Hop, Step, and Jump 48ft. lliin. 

Javelin, best hand 198ft. Him. 

Javelin, both hands 358ft. lliin. 

Discus, best hand 148ft. 3 Q/lOin. 

Discus, both hands 271ft. lOHn. 

Weight, best hand 50ft. 4in. 

Weight, both hands 90ft. 10 9/10in. 

Hammer 177ft. 7 in. 



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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS OF 1913. 



ENGLAND. 

At Stamford Bridge, London, July 5. 
100 Yards.— W. E. Applegarth, Polytechnic H., 1 ; J. J. Barker, 

Polytechnic H. 2 ; W. A. Stewart, London A.C., 3. Four feet ; 

a foot. lOsec. 
220 Yards.— W. E. Applegarth, Polytechnic H., 1 ; V. H. A. 

d'Arey, Polytechnic H., 2 ; E. Bau, Charlottenburg S.O., 3. 

Six yards ; one yard. 213ssec. (British record). 
440 Yards.— G. Nicol, Polytechnic H., 1 ; D. H. Jacobs Heme 

Hill H., 2 ; E. W. Haley, Heme Hill H., 3. Six j'ards ; eight 

yards. 49 2 /5sec. 
880 Yards.— E. Wide, Sweien. 1 ; C. H. Frisby, Polytechnic H.. 

2 ; J. M. Hill, Queen's Park H., 3. Two yards ; a yard. 2min. 

03 5 sec. 
Mile. — J. Zander, Sweden, 1 ; G, C. Gorringe, Highgate H, 2 ; 

E. Mickler, Charlottenburg S.C. (Germany), 3. Six yards- 
inches. 4min. 25*5 sec. 
Four Miles.— G. W. Hutson, Surrey A.C., 1 ; E. Glover, Hallanr 

shire H., 2 ; M. Karlsson, Sweden, 3. Very easily by 100 yards '<■ 

furlong. 19min. 32sec. (Championship record — one mile. 

4min. 37^5sec ; two miles, 9min. 36sec. ; three miles, 14min. 

43?&sec.) Glover did 19min. 43sec, and also beat the Champion- 
ship record of 19min. 47sec.) 
120 Yards Hurdles.— G. H. Gray, Salford H., 1 ; K. Powell, 

London A.C., 2 ; G. Holmer, Sweden, 3. Half a yard ; two 

yards. 16sec. 
Two Miles Steeplechase.— C. H. Euffell, Highgate H:, 1 ; J. H. 

Cruise, Sparkhill H., 2 ; T. L. Lee, Birchfield H., 3. Thirty 

yards ; forty yards. Time llmin. 3-1 k sec. 
Two Miles Walk. — E. Bridge, Lancashire Walking Club, 1 ; H. 

V. L. Eoss, Uxbridge and West Middlesex A.C., 2 ; J. J. Lynch 

Polytechnic H., 3. Fifty yards ; sixty yards. 13min. 5 l^sec" 
High Jump. — B. Howard Baker, Liverpool H., 6ft., 1 ; A. 

Petterson, Sweden, 5ft. 10in„ 2 ; I. Lindholm, Sweden, 5ft. 8in. 3 
Long Jump.— S. S. Abrahams, London Athletic Club, 22ft. 6in., 1 ; 

I. Lindholm, Sweden, 21ft., 8iin., 2 ; A. Campana, France, 21ft. 

7iin., 3. (Championship record). 
Pole Pump. — C. Gille, Sweden, 12ft. lin., (Championship record) 1; 

C. Harlemann, Sweden, lift. 9in., 2 ; F. Gouder, France, lift. 

6in., 3. 
Throwing the Hammer. — C. Lind, Sweden, 155ft. lHn., 1 : 

N. Linde, Sweden. 151ft., 0|in., 2 ; A. E. Flaxman, London 

A.C., 137ft. 41in., 3. 
Putting the Weight. — E. Nilsson, Sweden, 47f. 4iin. (champion- 
ship record) 1 ; A. Tison, France, 43ft. 2in„ 2 ; J. Barrett, 

unattached, 42ft. 9in., 3. (Harvey Cup — W. E. Applegarth.) , 
At Stamford Bridge, April 19. 
Seven Miles Walk.— E. Bridge, Lancashire W.C., and H. V. L. 

Eoss, Uxbridge and West Middlesex A.C., dead-heat ; J. J. 

Lynch, Polytechnic H , 3. Dead-heat ; a bad third, lmin. 

Usee, behind the dead-heaters. 52min. 8sec. 
Ten Miles Eun.— E. Glover, Hallamshire H., 1 ; H. D. Baldwin, 

Derby and County H., 2 ; W. J. Tucker, Eeading A.C., 3. 

Two hundred and eighty yards ; thirty-five yards. 5 lmin. 

Mile Eelay Championship C880, 220. 220, 440 yards).— Polytechnic 
Harriers (P. E. Mann, V. H. A. d' Arcy, W. E. Applegarth, sad 

G. Xicol). 3min; 34sec. Eun at Crewe, June 14. 



232 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

NORTHERN COUNTIES A.A. 

At Headingley, Leed>. June 21. 
100 Yards. — W. B. Applegarth, Polytechnic H. lO^see. 
220 Yards.— W. R. Applegarth, Polytechnic IT. 22J£see. 
440 Yards.— G. H. Gray, Salford Harriers, 52sec. 
880 Yards.— J. Whatmough, Salford Harriers. 2min. 0%sec. 
Mile. — W. Cottrill, Hallamshire H. 4min. 28*ssec. 
Four Miles. — E. Glover, Hallamshire H. 20min. 18 Vo sec. '_ 
Tliree-quarter Mile Steeplechase. — J. C. English, Manchester AX5. 

3min. 41 7 5 sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles.— G. H. Gray, Salford H. UYssec. 
Two Miles Walk. — R. Bridge, Lancashire W.C.. ISniin. 57 2 4sec. 
High Jump. — B. Howard Baker, Liverpool H. 5ft. ll.fin. 
Long Jump. — Rev. C. H. Williams, Cambridge University. 19ft. 

lin. 
Ten Miles (run at Warrington A.C. Sports, May 10) — G. C. L. 

Wallach, Broughton H. 56min. 56sec. 
Seven Miles Walk. (Bollington C.C. Sports, May 17).— R. Bridge, 

Lancashire W.C., 53min. 34sec 



SCOTLAND. 

At Celtic Park, Glasgow, June 28. 

100 Yards. — H. M. Macintosh, Cambridge University A.C, 

lOVoSec. 
220 Yards.— W. R. Sutherland, Teviotdale H. 2±%*ec. 
440 Yards. — R. A. Lindsay, Blackheath H. 53sec. 
880 Yards.— D. F. M'Nicol, Polytechnic H. 2min. 425sec. 
Mile. — D. M'Phee, Clydesdale H. 4min. 34sec. 
Four Miles.— G. C. L. Wallach. Broughton H. 20min. 44sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — St. R. W. Patterson, Glasgow University. 

18*5 sec. 
Three Miles Walk. — A. Justice. Clydesdale H. 23min. lsec. 
High Jump. — D. Campbell, Edinburgh University. 5ft. 8in. 
Long Jump — A. McLean, Glasgow University, 20ft. 11 in, 
Throwing the Hammer. — T. R. Nicolson, West of Scotland H. 

165ft. 9in. 
Putting the Weight— T. R. Nicolson, West of Scotland H. 

40ft. Gin. 
10 Miles. — G. C. L. W T allach, Broughton H. 53min. Vssec. 



IRELAND. 

At Ballsbridge, Dublin, May 12. 

100 Yards. — F. R. S. Shaw, Dublin University. 10%sec. 
220 Yards.— F. R. S. Shaw, Dublin University. 24 J 5 sec. 
440 Yards.— J. M. Hill, Queen's Park H. 57Vssec. 
880 Yards.— J. M. Hill, Queen's Park H. 2min. 8 ; ?5sec. 
Mile.— F. J. Ryder, Clonliffe H. 4min., 47 3 /5 sec. 
Four Miles. — P. Flynn, Clonliffe H. 21min., 59 2 /ssec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — P. J. Kinane, Upper Church. 18^ sec; 
High Jump.— T. J. Carroll. Clonliffe H. 5ft. 3in. 
Long Jump. — W. F. Bennett, Ballinhassing. 19ft. 4in. 
Hop, Step, and Jmnp.— T. J. Carroll, Clonliffe H. 41ft. lOin. 
Putting the Shot.— P. Quinn, Dublin Police. 42ft. 3£in. 
Throwing the Hammer. — D. Carey, Dublin Police. 153ft. 
Discus.— P. Quinn. Dublin Police. 121ft. 9in. 



THE SPOUTING CHEOX1CLE ANNUAL. 233 

GAELIC A.A. 

At Dublin, on July 20. 
100 Yards.— T. O'C. Dunbar, Clohamon. lOHsec. 
220 Yards. — T. O'C. Dunbar, Clohamon. 23 4 /ssec. 
440 Yards.— D. A. M'Carthy, Skibereen. 53Vssec. 
880 Yards.— D. A. M'Carthy, Skibereen. 2min. 2 2 /5sec. 
Mile. — A. O 'Sullivan, Lyre. 4min. 39sec. 
Four Miles. — J. D. Guiney, Lombardstown. 21min. 13sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — M. Ahearne, Inniscarra. 16%sec. 
High Jump. — T. J. Leahy, Charleville. 6ft. 
Long Jump. — M. F. O'Hanlon, Gusserene. 21ft. lliin. 
Hop, Step, and Jump. — J. J. Daly, Emly. 46ft. 0»m. 
Three Jumps. — J. K Beazley, Upton. 34ft. 5in. 
Throwing the Hammer. — M. Walsh, Carrigainima. 127ft. lOin. 
Putting the Weight.— P. Keane, Dublin. 43ft. 4in. 
Pushing, the 281b Weight. — J. O'Grady, Caherconlin. 35ft. lin. 
56tb (between legs).— M. O'Brien, Kilmallock. 28ft. 6in. 
Mile Cycle.— T. Ginnel], Dublin. 2min. 4lV 5 sec. 

WALES. 

At Newport, August 9. 
100 Yards.— D. H. Jacobs, Heme Hill H. 10%sec. 
220 Yards. — D. H. Jacobs, Heme Hill H. 24£sec. 
440 Yards. — D. H. Jacobs, Heme Hill H. 53}sec. 
880 Yards. — C. B. Francis, Newport A.C. (No time taken). 
Mile. — C. F. Price, Newport H. 4min. 31sec. 
Four Miles. — C. F. Price, Newport H. 20min. 45sec. 
Two Miles Walk. — J. F. L. Evans, Uxbridge and West Middlesex. 

14min. 35% sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles.— W. Titt, Cardiff St. Saviour's H. 18 4 5sec 
High Jump. — A. B. Davies, Abertillery G. 5ft. lin. 
Long Jump. — J. E. Jones, Polytechnic H. 20ft. 3in. 
Mile Schoolboys' Relay. — Barry School. 4min. 57 2 /5sec. 



SCOTLAND v. IRELAND. 

At Belfast, July 19. 
100 Yards.— F. R. S. Shaw, Ireland. lOsec. 
220 Yard3.— W. R. Sutherland, Scotland. 22%sec. 
440 Yards.— J. M. Hill, Ireland. 53sec. 
880 Yards. — J. M. Hill, Ireland. 2min. l%sec. 
Mile. — D. M'Phee, Scotland. 4min. 34%see. 
Four Miles. — P. Flynn, Ireland. — 21min. ISHsec. 
120 Yards Hurdles.— W. L. Hunter, Scotland, leasee. 
High Jump. — T, Carroll, Ireland. 6ft. lin. 
Long Jump. — W. F. Bennett, Ireland. 21ft. 8in. 
Putting the Weight. — P. Quinn, Ireland. 42ft. llin. 
Throwing the Hammer. — T. R. Nicolson, Scotland. 161ft. 6in. 
Ireland won by 7 events to 4. 



MIDLAND COUNTIES. 

At Villa Park, July 19. 
100 Yards.— J. J. Barker, Polytechnic H. lO^ssec. 
220 Yards. — J. J. Barker, Polytechnic H. 23 2 /5sec. 
880 Yards. — H. Johnson, Derby and County. 2min. 2 4 >5sec. 
Two Miles Steeplechase. — S. Frost, Sparkhill H. llmin. 17%sec. 
Mile.— R. Stanton, Birchfleld H. 4min. 32%sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — H. Ward, Polytechnic H. 17sec. 
High Jump.— H. Ward, Polytechnic H. 5ft. 4in. 
Mile Relay. — Derby, and County A.C. 3min. 50 Vssec 

Cycling Events. 
Quarter-Mile. — V. L. Johnson. 33V5sec. 
Mile. — V. L. Johnson, 2min. 36 4 4sec. 
Five Miles. — V. L. Johnson, llmin. 55 4 /5sec. 



234 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE AXXl'AL. 

ARMY CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

At AMershot. July 23 and 24. 
Officers' Events. 

100 Yards. — Lieut. H. J. I. Walker, 1st Royal Warwickshires* 
10 '•? 5 sec. 

440 Yards.— Lieut. A. F. Smith, 3rd Coldstream Guards. 54Hsee. 

880 Yards.— Lieut. J. H. A. Ryan, The King's. 2min. 5% sec. 

Mile.— -Lieut. E. H. T. Broadwood, 1st Norfolk. 4min. 47M>sec. 

High Jump. — Lieut. J. A. Courage, 1st Eojal Welsh Fusiliers. 
5ft. 4in. 

120 Yards Hurdles.— Lieut. II. J. I. Walker, 1st Royal Warwick- 
shires. 16* 5 sec. 

Championships. 

100 Yards. — Sergt. Keszler, Royal Flying Corp, lOVosec. 

440 Yards. — Lieut. E. B. Greer, 1st Irish Guards, Sl^sec. 

880 Yards. — Corporal Price, R.A.M.C. 2min. Isec. 

Mile. — Corpl. Hutson, 2nd Royal Sussex. 4min. 30^sec. 

Three Miles. — Corporal Hutson, 2nd Royal Sussex. 14min. 46 2 Ss. 

120 Yards Hurdles.— -Lieut. H. J. I. Walker, 1st Royal Warwick- 
shire. 162 5 sec. 

1,100 Yards Relay. — 1st Hampshire Regt. 2min. 5±5sec. 

Tug-of-War. — 2nd Royal Minister Fusiliers beat Royal Marine 
L.I. (Gosport). 

Men's Competitions. 

Mile. — Corpl. Jones, 2nd Sherwood Regiment. 4min. 33V5sec. 

100 Yards. — Sergt Keszler. Royal Flying Corps. 10 2 /5sec. 

Pole Vault,— Lance- Sergt. Witheside, 1st Norfolk. 9ft. 4in. 

Long Jump. — Private Dalgleish, 1st East Lanes. 21ft. 4£in. 

120 Yards Hurdles.— Private Morris, R.A.M.C. 17 2 /5sec. 

440 Yards.— Driver Stead, A.S.C. 52 4 5 sec. 

880 Yards.— Col.-Sergt. Chedler, 1st Wiltshire. 2mm. 3sec. 

Putting the Shot.— Corpl. Hawkes, R.G.A. 39ft. lin. 

High Jump. — L.-Corpl. Macintosh, 2nd Life Guards. 5ft. Tin. 

Three Miles.— Private Newman, 1st S.W. Borderers. 15min, Us. 



NATIONAL TERRITORIALS. 

At Cardiff, June 28. 

100 Yards.— W. R. Applegarth, 12th Batt. The Rangers. 9 4 5 sec, 
440 Yards.— Sapper G. M. Drake, Elec. Engineers. 53sec. 
Mile.— Pte. L. Treble, 12th Batt. The Rangers. 4min. 30* 5 sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles.— Lieut, H. Ward, O.T.C., 17sec. 
Long Jump. — Sergt, A. D. Girons, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, 

Yeomanry. 20ft, 6in. 
High Jump. — Lieut, H. Ward. 5ft. 7in. 
Putting the Shot.— Corpl. G. Lindsay, 6th Royal Scots. 37ft. 
Throwing the Hammer. — Corpl. G. Lindsay, 6th Royal Scots. 

136ft. 9in. 
Mile Relay.— London (Ptes. A. L. Treble, W. R. Applegarth, J. T. 

Walker, J. C. Brooke). Time, 3mm. IS^sec. 

Cycling Events. 

440 Yards.— Lance-Corpl. A. G. M. Oakes. 8th Essex. 382gsec- 

Mile — Lance-Corpl. A. G. M. Oakes, 8th Essex. 2min. 4Hssec. 

Five Miles. — Trooper L. E. Hale, Middlesex Yeomanry. 14min. 

58sec. 

London won the Championship, Edinburgh being second, and 
Essex third. 



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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 235 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

At Stamford Bridge, April 23. 
100 Yards. — W. Morris, Bury, Lanes. Usee, 
830 Yards. — J. Selincourt, Bradfield. 2min. 7 2 /5sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — L. P. Marshall, Taunton. 17%sec; 
High Jump. — S..H. G, Humphrey, Oakham. 5ft. 3Iin. 
440 Yards. — J. Selincourt, Bradfield. 55sec. 
JVIile. — - L. P. S. Bourne, St. John's, Leatherhead. 4min. 593£sec 
Long Jump. — W. Morris, Bury, Lanes. 20ft. 74in. 
Three-quarter Mile Steeplechase. — H. A. L. Deakin, Abingtoa, 
4min. 3 2 ^ 5 sec. 



SCOTTISH INTER-SCHOLASTIC. 

At Ibrox Park, Glasgow, May 17. 
Throwing the Cricket Ball.— H. E. Dodson, Royal H.S. 

(Edinburgh^, 100 yards 1ft. 6in. 
100 Yards. — J. K. Murray, Ayr Academy. HHssec. 
440 Yards. — J. M. Davies, Stewart's College. 56V6see. 
Mile. — C. F. Henry, Eoyal High School. 5min. 8%sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — J. Baird Allan, Glen's School. 18sec. 
Putting the Weight — W.C. Morrison, George Heriot's. 37ft. lOin. 
High Jump. — A. E. Macintosh, Eoyal High School t and J. Blair. 

Ardrossan Academy. 5ft. lin. 
Long Jump. — J. M. Davie, Stewart's College. 20ft. 3in. 



SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES. 

At Aberdeen, June 21. 
100 Yards.— J. S. B. Collie, Aberdeen. lO^sec. 
220 Yards.— J. S. B. Collie, Aberdeen. 22sec. 
880 Yards. — R. Thorpe, Edinburgh. 2min. 4 Vis sec. 
Three Miles. — J. Macfarlane, Glasgow. 15min. 43sec. 
120 Yard3 Hurdles.— W. L. Hunter, Edinburgh. 16 2 / 5 sec. 
High Jump.— W. L. Hunter, Edinburgh. 5ft. 5*in. 
Throwing the Hammer. — A. P. Spark, Aberdeen. 119ft. 8in. 
Edinburgh won by 41 points to Aberdeen 24i, and Glasgow 111. 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY. 

At Cambridge, February 26 and 28. 
100 Yards. — D. Gordon Davies. lOV&sec. 
410 Yards. — D. Gordon Davies. 49%sec. 
880 Yards. — C. N. Lowe. 2min. OH sec. 
Mile.— R. S. Clarke. 4min. 26yssec. 
Three Miles. — B. E. Atkinson, 15min. 12%sec. 
100 Yards Hurdles.— H. S. O. Ashington. 16V6sec. 
Putting the Weight.— B. S. Woods. 40ft. 7in. 
Throwing the Hammer. — J. G. Scott, 108ft. lOiia. 
Long Jump. — H. S. O. Ashington. 21ft. lin. 
High Jump.— H. S. O. Ashington. 5ft. 6 A in. 



OXFORD UNIVERSITY. 

At Oxford, February 24 and 25. 
100 Yards.— G. H. G. Shepherd. 10 Ys sec. 
410 Yards. — W. C. Robertson. 52sec. 
880 Yards. — A. N. S. Jackson, lmin. 58^sec. 
Mile. — A. N. S. Jackson. 4min. 26^>sec. 
Three Miles. — D. N. Gaussen. 14in. 59sec. 
100 Yards Hurdles. — W. I. F. Macdonald. 17sec. 
Putting the Weight.— W. O. Ziegler. 41ft. 9in. 
Throwing the Hammer. — W. O. Ziegler. 140ft. 8ia, 
Long Jump.— H. R. Stolz. 21ft. 4£in. 
High Jump. — G. de B. Crossley. 5ft. 7in. 



236 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE FRESHMEN. 

The following comparative table of results shows the performances 
at the Freshmen's sports of 1913. 

Event. Oxford. Cambridge. 

100 Yards 10% sec. . . Usee. 

440 Yards 50%sec. . . 54sec. 

880 Yards 2mm. 3sec. . . 2min. 9sec. 

Mile 4min. 47*5sec. . . 4min. 46 2 /5sec. 

Three Miles — . . 16mm. 15sec. 

Two Miles lOmin. 12^sec. . . — 

Hurdles 17 4 /ssec. . . . 17?&sec. 

Long Jump 19ft. . . 20ft. 8*in. 

High Jump 5ft. 3in. . . 5ft. 4iin. 

Putting the Weight . . 30ft. 8in. . . 31ft. lOiin. 

Hammer 86ft. 8in. . . 79ft. lOin. 



OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. 

At Queen's Club, March 14 (Jubilee Meeting). 

100 Yards.— H. M. Macintosh, Cambridge, 10 2 /5sec. 
440 Yards. — D. Gordon Da vies, Cambridge, 51sec. 
880 Yards. — H. S. O. Ashington, Cambridge, 2min. 1 ?5sec. 
Mile. — A. X. S. Jackson, Oxford. 4min. 24 1 /5sec. 
Three Miles.— D. N. Gaussen, Oxford, 14min. 47sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — H. S. O. Ashington, Cambridge, 16 Vs sec. 
Hammer— W. O. Ziegler. Oxford, 142ft. 7in. 
Weight.— W. O. Ziegler, Oxford, 43ft. 3in. 
High Jump.— G. de B. Crossley, Oxford, 5ft. 8iin. 
Long Jump. — H. S. O. Ashington, Cambridge, 23ft. 51m. 
Result — a tie with 5 firsts each. 



POLYTECHNIC HARRIERS v. STADE FRANCAIS. 

At the Crystal Palace, July 14. 

100 Yards.— V. H. A. d' Arcy, Polytechnic H. 10 Vssec. 
440 Yards.— C. H. Frisby, Polytechnic H. 53% see. 
Mile. — A. L. Treble, Polytechnic H. 4min. 31%sec. 
Three Miles. — J. G. Houlihan, Polytechnic H. lomin. QMsec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — M. Meunier, Stade Francais. lO^asec. 
High Jump.— C. W. Taylor, Polytechiric H. 5ft. 8 tin. 
Long Jump. — A. Gauthier, Stade Francais. 21ft. 4in. 
Polj'technic H. won by 5 events to 2. 

LONDON ATHLETIC CLUB. v. SWEDEN. 

At Stamford Bridge, on June 28. 

100 Yards.— W. A. Stewart, L.A.C. lOsec. 
440 Yards.— E. W. Haley, L.A.C. 49 4 / 5 sec. 
880 Yards.— E. Frisell, Sweden. 2min. OHsec. 
Mile.— J. Zander, Sweden. 4min. 26sec. 
Five Miles. — M. Karlsson. 26min. 532<5see. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — P. Zerling, Sweden. 16 3 5 sec. 
Long Jump.— S. S. Abrahams, L.A.C. 22ft, 3in. 
High Jmnp. — A. Petterson, Sweden. 5ft. llin. 
Hop, Step, and Jmnp. — J. Sahlin, Sweden. 45ft. 7in. 
Discus. — E. Magmisson, Sweden. 131ft. llin. 
Putting the Weight— R. Sheldon, L.A.C. 41ft. Urn. 
Throwing the Hammer. — C. Linde, Sweden. 152ft, 2£ia. 
l^ole Jump. — C. Harleman, Sweden. 12ft. 6|in. (British record). 
Sweden won by 9 events to 4. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 237 

U.S.A. INTER-UNIVERSITY. 

At Harvard, May 31. 
100 Yards. — J. E. Patterson, Pennsylvania. 9 4 /ssec. 
220 Yards. — D. F. Lippincott, Pennsylvania. 21V5sec. 

(Equals Amateur record) 
440 Yards. — 0. B. Haff, Michigan. 484ssec. 
880 Yards. — G. E. Brown, Yale. lmin. 55 1 /Ssec. 
Mile. — J. P. Jones, Cornell. 4min. 14*5 sec. (World's Amateur 

record). 
Two Miles. — Wm. McCurdy, Pennsylvania. 9min. 45~5sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — J. I. Wendell, Wesleyan. 15%sec; 
220 Yards Hurdles.— J. I Wendell, Wesleyan. 33? 5 sec. 
Pole Vault. — T. Fiske, Princetown. 12ft. 8in. 
Long Jump. — E. L. Mercer, Pennsylvania. 23ft. 3fin. 
High Jump. — E. Beeson, California, and J. B. Camp, Harvard. 

tied at 6ft. Oiin. 
Hammer.— T. Cable, Harvard. 156ft. 
Shot.— L. A. Whitney, Dartmouth. 47ft. 2£in. 

Pennsylvania won the points score by 24 points to Harvard 21f, 

Michigan 19, Cornell 17+, Dartmouth 14£, Yale 10J, California 

10, Wesleyan 10, Princetown 6, Columbia 4, Brown 3, and 

Pennsylvania State 1. 

AMERICA. 

At Chicago, July 5. 
100 Yards —H. P. Drew, Springfield H.S., 10 2 /5 se<\ 
220 Yards.— H. P. Drew, Springfield H.S., 22%sec. 
440 Yards.— C. B. Haff, Chicago A.A., 51%sec. 
880 Yards.— H. Baker, New York A.C., 2min. O^sec. 
Mile.— N. S. Taber, Boston A.A., 4min. 20%sec. 
Five Miles. — H. Kolehmainen, Irish American A.C., 26m. lO^s, 
120 Yards Hurdles. — F. Kelly, University of South California 

162/5860. 

220 Yards Hurdles. — C. Coorey, Chicago A. A., 25 -Is sec. 
Three Miles Walk.— E. Reuz, Mohawk A.C., 28min. 19V6sec. 
Putting the Shot.— L. A. Whitney, Boston A.A., 46ft. 2 / 5 in. 
Throwing the 161b Hammer. — P. Ryan, Irish-American A.C 

177ft, 7!in. 
Throwing the 561b Weight.— M. J. McGratk, Irish- American A.C, 

38ft. 5iin. 
Running Broad Jump. — P. Stiles, Chicago A.A., 22ft, 3iin. 
Running High Jump. — A. W. Richards, Illinois, 6ft. lfin. 
Pole Vault,— S. B. W T aggoner, Missouri A.C, 13ft. 
Running Hop, Step, and Leap.— D. Ahearne, Illinois A.C, 50ft, 
Discus. — E. Miller, Irish-American A.C, 132ft. 7iin. 
Javelin. — B. Brodd, Irish-American A.C, 161ft. 3in. 



AMERICAN INDOOR. 

At Madison Square Garden, New York, March 6. 
75 Yards.— H. P. Drew, Springfield H. S. 7%sec. 
300 Yards.— F. Burns, Boston A.A. 33 Yssec. 
600 Yards. — A. R. Kiviat, Irish American A.C. Imin. 15V£sec. 
1,000 Yards. — A. R, Kiviat, Irish American A.C *2min. ll^sec. 
2 Miles.- — W. J. Kramer, Long Island A.C 9min. 19^sec. 
70 Yards Hurdles. — J. I. Wendell, Wesleyan University. 9 2 . 3 sec. 
Stand High Jump. — Piatt Adams, New York A.C 5ft. 2in. 
Stand Long Jump. — Piatt Adams, New York A.C 10ft. 9in. 
Running High Jump. — J. O. Johnstone, Harvard, 6ft, lin. 
Pole Vault for length.— Piatt Adams, New York A.C? 27ft. 

9fin. 
Putting 241b. shot, — P. McDonald, Irish America A.C, *39ft. 3£inj 
Two Miles Walk.— R. D. Gifford, McCaddm Lyceum. 14min. 

32%'sec 

(*Ne\v Indoor Records). 



238 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL, 

BELGIUM. 

At Ghent, June 29. 
100 Metres. — Freddy, ll^sec. 
400 Metres, Jacquemin. 52sec. 
110 Metres Hurdles — Brossel. 16 H sec. 
800 Metres, Delarge. 2min. 9sec. 
1,500 Metres. — Delloye. 4mi. 18~f»sec. 
5,000 Metres,— Delloye. 16min. 32 3 /ssec. 
Weight Putting. — Teddy. 10.76 metres. 
Discus, — Delsender. 33.92 metres. 
Javelin. — Muller, 37.3 metres. 
High Jump. — Brossel. 1.70 metres. 
Long Jump. — Brauvel. 6.40 metres. 
Pole Jump. — Maes. 3.5 metres. 
800 Metres Belay. — Brussels Excelsior, lmin. 38sec. 



FRANCE. 

At Colombes, June 21. 
100 Metres.— Black, P.TJ.C. ll 2 /5sec. 
200 Metres. — Gauthier, S.F. 22 4 / 5 sec. 
400 Metres.— Poulenard, C.A.S.G. 52%see. 
800 Metres. — Dantigny, A.S.F. 2min. 
1,500 Metres. — Keyser, B.S.F. 4min. 4 4 5sec. 
5,000 Metres.— Granger, A.S.L. 15min. 43 3 5 sec. 
110 Metres Hurdles. — Meunier, B.C.F. 16sec. 
400 Metres Hurdles. — Andre, B.C.F. 57sec. 
Bmming High Jump.— A. Lubatt, S.T., and B, Lubat, S.T., tied 

at 5ft. 9.29in. 
Bmming Long Jump. — Campana, S.S.P. 22ft, lOHn. 
Standing High Jump— Peux, S.T. 4ft. 11.05in. 
Standing Long Jmnp.— Peux, S.T.. 10ft, 6£in. 
Pole Jmnp.— Gonder, S.B.U.C. 10ft. 9 9/10in. 
Discus.— Tison, P.TJ.C. 124ft. 8.06in. 
Javelin. — Lemasson, C.S.S.L., 148ft. 6-46in.. 



FRANCE v. BELGIUM. 

At Colombes, July 20. 

100 Metres. — Mourlon, France. Usee. 
200 Metres. — Jacquemin, Belgium. 22 3 /5sec. 
400 Metres. — Jacquemin, Belgium. 51V5sec. 
800 Metres. — Dantigny, France. — 2min. 6%sec. 
1,500 Metres. — Louvaux, France. 4min. 22sec. 
5,000 Metres. — Bouin, France. 17min. 3sec. 
110 Metres Hurdles. — Mante, Belgium. lSVssec. 
Patting the Weight, — Tison, France. 42ft 5|in. 
High Jump. — Andre, France. 5ft. 10 fin. 
Long Jump. — Caupana, France. 22ft. 8hin. 
Discus. — Tison, France. 129ft. llin. 
Pole Vault. — Gonder, France, lift. 5 1 in. 

France won by 43 points to 67 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 239 

FINLAND. 

At Helsingfors, July 19 and 20. 
100 Metre?.— P. Jefinioff, 11 7/10sec. 
200 Metres.— P. Jefimoff. 234 3 sec. 
400 Metres. — V. Vickholm. 53 1/ lOsec. 
800 Metres. — R, Berner. 2min. 8% sec. 
1,500 Metres.— K. Ottelin. 4mm, 13%sec. 
5.000 Metres. — A. Stenroos. lomin. 52^>sec 
10.000. — A. Stenroos. 33min. 15%sec. 
110 Metres Hurdles.— V. Vickholm. 16 7/10sec-. 
Long Jump.— E. B. Liljeberg. 20ft. 6 Jin. 
High Jump. — A. Laiue. 5ft. 9 fin. 
Pole Jump. — U. Peltonen, 10ft. 8in. 
Hop, Step, and Jump. — J. RangeH. 41ft. 9iin. 
Javelin. — TJ. Peltonen, right hand, 187ft. 7 tin. ; in left hand, 

183ft. 10 Jin. 
Discus (Free Style).— E. Xiklander. Right hand, 149ft. 10m. ; 

Left hand. 146ft. 2fin. (Finnish record.) 
Discus (Greek Style).— E. Niklander. 131ft.9tin. (Finnish record*) 
Hammer.— J. P. Petterson. 149ft. 8*in. 
Putting the Shot.— E. Niklander. Right hand, 48ft. llin. ; left 

hand, 42ft. 3jin. (Finnish record). 



GERMANY. 

At Breslau, August 17. 
100 Metres. — Kern, Munich. 11 1/lOsec. 
200 Metres. — Kern, Munich. 23 6/lOsec. 
400 Metres.— Hermann, Berlin S.C. 5225sec. 
800 Metres.— Mickler, Chariot tenburg S.C. lmin. 58 4/lOsec.' - 
1.500 Metres.— Mickler, Charlottenburg S.C. 4min. 12 l/10sec. 
7,500 Metres. — Wagner, Leipzig V.F.B. 24mm. 44%sec. 
110 Metres Hurdles. — Martin, Leipzig B.C. WYssec. 
3.000 Metres Steeplechase. — Pauly, Dresden. lOmin. 47 - 3 sec. 
3,000 Metres Walk. — Buckow, Berlin A.C. 13min. Slsec. 
High Jump. — Liesche, Hamburg. 5ft. 9.6in. 
],ong Jump. — Hagen, Charlottenburg S.C. 22ft. 2.7in. 
Pole Jump. — Harry, Munster. lift. 5.7in. 
Discus.— Will Cuhr, Berlin S.C. 129ft. 5.5in. 
Putting the Weight.— Halt, Munich. 41ft. 7.08in. 
Javelin. — Buckgeister, Charlottenburg S.C. 147ft, 2. 3in. 

ITALY. 

At Milan, September 20. 

100 Metres.— Cartman, Int. Milan. ll^sec. 

200 Metres.- — Nicolai, Mantone A.C. 24sec. 

400 Metres. — Salvi, Bologna, (Italian record) 51VoSec.. 

800 Metres. — Salvi, Bologna, 2min. OYssec. 

1.500 Metres — Lunghi, Italian S.C. 4min. 16sec. (Italian record.) 

5,000 Metres.- — Luppi, Ferrara. 16min. 2sec. 

10 Kilometres. — Martignenghi, Morivione. 33min. oO^see. 

20 Kilometres. — Speroni, U.S., Busto. 67min. 57%sec. 

400 Metres Steeplechase. — Lunghi, Italian S.C. lmin. 20^ sec. 

.1.200 Metres Steeplechase.— Grosselli, P.M. Busto. 3min. 363 5 see. 

1,500 Metres Walk. — Altimani, Milan. 6min. 7 3 /ssec. 

10 Kilometres Walk.— Altimani, Milan. 45min. 49sec. 

Mile Relay. — P. Morivione. 3min. 48%sec. 

Running Long Jump. — Garimoldi, Milan. 21ft, 4.2in. 

Running High Jump. — Andreoli, Milan. 5ft, 5.7in. 

Standing High Jump. — Andreoli, Milan. 4ft, 3.9in. 

Standing Long Jump. — Gnocchi, Italian S.C. 9ft, 8.8in. 

Running Hop, Step, and Jump. — Garimoldi. Milan. 45ft. 6.7in. 

Standing Hop, Step, and Jump — Gnocchi, Italian S.C. 29ft. 3.4in, 



249 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

SWEDEN. 

At Gothenburg, June 22. 
100 Metres.— C. Luther, Gothenburg. 11 4/lOsec, 
200 Metres. — T. Persson, Malmo. 23 7/10sec. 
400 Metres. — F. Frisell, Malmo. 52 l/10see. 
800 Metres. — J. Zander, Stockholm. 2min. 1 4/10sec. 
1.500 Metres. — J. Zander, Stockholm. 4min. 18 2/lOsec. 
10,000 Metres. — B. Modigh, Koping. 33min. 46sec. 
110 Metres Hurdles. — G. Horner, Lunkoping. 16.4/lOsec. 
400 Metres Relay. — Stockholm A.I.K. 45 7/10sec. 
Stand High JuniD. — E. Moller, Gustapberg. *4ft. 10.81in. 
Stand Long Jump. — E. Moller, Gustapberg. 10ft. 5.98in. 
Running High Jump. — N. Jagenburg. Skarn. 6ft. 0.04in. 
Running Long Jump. — G. Aberg, Gothenburg. 21ft. 11.78in. 
Running Hop, Step, and Jump. — E. Almlof, Stockholm. 46ft 

9.02in. 
Pole Jump.— K. Gille, Gefle. 12ft. 3.63in. 
Hammer. — N. Linde, Gothenburg. 152ft. 6.31in. 
Weight Putting (Right and Left Hand).— *E. Nilsson, Stockholm. 

85ft. 4.74in. 
Javelin (Right and Left Hand). — Y. Hackner, Linksping. 327ffc. 

3.55in. 
Discus. (Right and Left Hand). — O. Andersson, Stockholm. 

240ft. 6.08in. 
10,000 Metres Walk— B.Johanssn, Gothenburg. 55min. 41 2/lOsec. 
(*Swedish Records.) 

SOUTH AFRICA. 

At Johannesburg. 
100 Yards. — R. Povey, Capetown. lOsec. 
220 Yards.— G. H. Patching, Johannesburg. 22sec. (South 

African record). 
440 Yards. — G. H. Patching, Johannesburg. Slsec. 
880 Yards. — J. A. Victor, Transvaal, lmin. 50%sec. 
Mile. — J. A. Victor, Transvaal. 4min. 41 2 /5sec. 
Four Miles. — C. W. Gitsham, Transvaal. 21min. 49^ssec. 
Two Miles Steeplechase. — J. A. Victor, Transvaal, llmin. 

25 3 5 sec. (South African record.) 
120 Yards Hurdles.— E. R. Robinson, Transvaal. lQYssec. 
440 Yards Hurdles. — J. A. Victor, Transvaal. 61sec. 
Throwing the Hammer. — J. Kynoch, Capetown, 125ft. 9in. 
Putting the Shot. — N. Maclnnes, Transvaal. 41ft. 3Hn. 
Pole Vault.— C. G. Biddington, Transvaal. 10ft. 4iin. 
Running High Jump. — G. H. van Roozen, Transvaal. 5ft. 8 Ha. 
Running Long Jump. — D. A. Stupart, Transvaal. 21ft. 71 m. 
Three Miles Walk.— A. C. St. Norman, Transvaal. 23min. 26%sec. 
Ten Miles. — C. W. Gitsham, Transvaal. 56min. 23^5sec. 



AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. 

At Sydney, May 29. 
100 Yards. — A. D. Ellis, Melbourne. Usee. 
220 Yards. — L. H. Kelly, Melbourne. 25%sec. 
440 Yards. — L. H. Kelly, Melbourne. 53sec. 
880 Yards.— H. B. Taylor, Sydney. 2min. 6^sec. 
Mile. — S. H. Henderson, Sydney. 4min. 49Hsec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — I. B. Pender, Adelaide. 16 3 /5sec. 
High Jump. — L. H. Kelly, Melbourne. 5ft. 9lm. 
Long Jump.— *E. A. Southee, Sydney. 22ft. 6in. 
Putting the Shot.— R. J. A. Massie, Sydney. 33ft. 9in. 
Throwing the Hammer. — E. M. L. Morgan, Melbourne. 84ft. 1m. 
Melbourne won by 2 points. Sydney being second, and Adelaide 
third. 

*New Australian Inter- Varsity record. 



^ 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 241 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 

At Adelaide, on October 11, 1913. 

100 Yards. — M. Badger. lOVksec. 

220 Yards.— I. B. Pender. 23^5 sec. 

440 Yards. — I. B. Pender. 56V5sec. 

880 Yards. — J. C. P. Strachan. 2min. 54 5 sec. 

Mile, — H. Othams. 4min. 54sec. 

Three Miles. — J. Soutar. 16min. 14Vi>sec. 

Long Jump. — A. J. Chapman. 7ft. 92in. 

High Jump.— R. Pender. 5ft. 3|in.. 

Three Miles Walk.— R. S. Stokes. 23min. 38sec. 

120 Yards Hurdles. — I. B. Pender. 15tssec. 

440 Yards Hurdles. — 6iy5see. 

Pole Vault— L. H. Wallmann. 8ft. 

Throwing the Hammer. — A. Olsson. 76ft. lOin. 

Throwing the Javelin. — A. S. Murton. 80ft. lOin. 

Putting the Weight— W. W. Weidenbach. 32ft. 9im. 



NEW SOUTH WALES. 

At Sydney, March 29. 
100 Yards.— E. R. Cox. East Sydney. lOsec. 
220 Yards.— F. C. Madeley, South Sydney H. 24 Lsec. 
440 Yards.— A. F. Thorpe, Marrickville H. 53V5sec. 
880 Yards. — A. F. Thorpe, Marrickville H. 2min. OJsec. 
Mile. — T. J. Wood, East Sydney A.A.C. 4min. 43 2 /5see. 
Three Miles. — P. Longman, Auburn-Rookwood A.A.C. 15miri. 

58% sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — J. W. Frazer, South Sydney H. 17sec. 
440 Yards Hurdles. — J. W. Frazer, South Sydney H. 63£sec. 
Mile Walk. — C. B. Cockett, Sydney University. 7min. 7isec. 
Three Miles Walk.— J. J. Harley, South Sydney H. 23min. 

14% sec. 
Long Jump. — E. A. Southee, Sydney University. 21ft. 6lin. 
High Jump. — S. Bevan, East Sydney. 5ft. lliin. 
Pole Vault.— H. Thompson, South Sydney H. 9ft. 6in. 
Putting the Shot.— W. J. O'Reilly, Sydney Police. 38ft. 5fin. 
Throwing the Hammer. — W. J. O'Reilly, Sydney Police, and 

C. T. Ferguson, Sydney Police, tied at 129ft. 3Un. 

VICTORIA. 

At Melbourne, March 1. 

100 Yards. — A. D. Ellis, Melbourne University. lOsec. 

220 Yards. — A. D. Ellis, Melbourne University. 23sec. 

440 Yards. — L. H. Kelly, Melbourne University. 514 sec. 

880 Yards.— R. H. Watson, Caulfield. Imin. 58sec. 

Mile.— E. R. Voigt. Caulfield. 4min. 34sec. 

Three Miles. — C. Manley, Carlton. 15min. 35 3 /5sec. 

Two Miles Steeplechase. — W. P. O'Neill, Carlton, llmin. 59sec. 

Mile Walk. — E. M. L. Morgan, Melbourne University. 7min. 

] lsec. 
Three Miles Walk. — E. M. L. Morgan, Melbourne University. 

22min. 54sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — J. L. Davis, Melbourne University, 16 lsec. 
440 Yards Hurdles.— R. H. Watson, Caulfield. 60isec. 
High Jump. — L. H. Kelly, Melbourne University. 5ft. 6£in. 
Long Jump. — J. L. Davies, Melbourne University. 21ft. 
Pole Vault. — J. Brake, Melbourne University. 9ft. 6in. 
Throwing the Hammer. — L. H. Rouse, East Melbourne. 102ft. lin. 
Putting the Shot — A. D. Robertson, East Melbourne. 37ft. 6 Ha. 



242 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

QUEENSLAND. 

At the Exhibition Oval, Brisbane. 

100 Yards.— R, T. O. Benwick, East Brisbane. 10 1/10 sec. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — E. A. Gray, East Brisbane. 16£sec. 
440 Yards Hurdles— J. W. Fraser, South Sydney. 60 2 /5sec. 
Three Miles. — J. Garven, East Brisbane. 15min. 32isec. 
Three Miles Walk. — A. W. Pickard, Sydney. 24min. 4sec. 
Pole Vault.— M. A. Molloy, East Brisbane, 10ft. 



NEW ZEALAND. 

At Auckland, February 15. 

100 Yards. — A. T. Duncan, Wellington, 10'isec. 

220 Yards. — A. T. Duncan, Wellington. 23sec. 

440 Yards. — J. Wilton, Wellington. 5lHsec. 

880 Yards. — A. W. Dormer, Auckland, 2min. 6^sec. 

Mile. — A. W. Dormer, Auckland. 4min. 34sec. 

Three Miles. — J. Beatson, Otago, 15min. 28M»sec. 

120 Yards Hurdles.— G. P. Keddell. Southland. 16* 5sec. 

440 Yards Hurdles.— P. E. Doyle, Wellington. 65 li sec. 

Pole Vault.— L. M. McKay, Wellington. 10ft, Ifin. 

Mile Walk. — D. Cashman, Wellington. 6min. 54sec. 

Three Mile Walk. — D. Cashman, Wellington. 22min. 12sec. 

Putting the Weight.— W. de Their, Canterbury. 36ft. 11m. 

Throwing the Hammer. — *J, McIIolme, Wellington. 143ft, 8m. 

Punning Hop, Skip, and Lead. — L. M. McKay, Wellington. 

42ft, 2in. 
Long .Jump.— G. P. Keddell, Southland. 21ft, 9*in. 
High Jump.— P. E. Doyle, Wellington. 5ft, Sin. 
Championship points. — Wellington 68, Auckland 16, Southland 16, 

Canterbury 7, Otago 5. 

* Australian record. 



TASMANIA. 

At Hobart, March 15. 
100 Yards. — T. Moloughney, Melbourne H. Usee. 
220 Yards. — C. Bryan, Hobart, 24sec. 
440 Yards. — D. Turnbull, East Melbourne H. 53sec. 
830 Yards. — D. Turnbull, East Melbourne H. 2min. 15 4 5see. 
Mile. — D. Turnbull, East Melbourne H. 4min. 42%see. 
Tliree Miles. — C. Scott, Hobart, 15min. 59sec. 
440 Yards Hurdles. — M. D. O'Connell, East Melbourne, w.c. 
Long Jump/ — B. Gourlay, Hobart, 17ft. 2in. 
High Jump. — C. Bryan, Hobart, 5ft. 
120 Yards Hurdles. — C. Bryan, Hobart. 16?&sec. 
Mile Walk.— W. Ellis, Hobart, w.o. 
Three Miles Walk.— W. Ellis, Hobart, w.o. 



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244 THE SPOETIXG CHROX1CLE ANNUAL. 

WINNERS of ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIPS, 



3866 
1867 
3868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 

1879 
1880 

1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 



100 YARDS. 

SEC. 

T. M. Colmore 101 1890 N. 

J. H. Ridley 101 1891 L. 

W. M. Tennant — 1892 C. 

J. G. Wilson 101 1893 C. 

A. J. Baker 10 % 1894 C. 

J. G. Wilson lOf 1895 C. 

W. A. Dawson 10 i 1896 N. 

J. Potter — 1897 H. 

E. J. Davies 10 i 1898 F. 

J. Potter 103,5 1899 R. 

M. Shearman 10% 1900 A. 

H. Macdougall 10% 1901 A. 

L. Junker 10% 1902 A. 

/M. R. Portal 10% 1903 A. 

t G. L. Locktou 10 1/5 1904 J. 

W. P. Phillips 10 % 1905 J. 

W. P. Phillips 10% 1906 J. 

W. P. Phillips 10 V5 1907 J. 

J. M. Cowie 101/5 1908 R. 

J. M. Cowie 10% 1909 E. 

J. M. Cowie 10% 1910 F. 

A. Wharton 10 1911 F. 

A. Wharton 10 1/5 1912* G. 

F. Westling 10 1/5 1913 W 

E. H. Felling 10 2 3 

* With a strong wi 



SEC. 

D. Morgan 10% 

A. Cary 10% 

A. Bradley 10% 

A. Bradley 10 

A. Bradley 10 1 5 

A. Bradley 10 

D. Morgan 10% 

J. Palmer 10% 

W. Cooper 10 

W. Wadsley 10 & 

F. Duffey 10 

F. Duffey 10 

F. Duff ey 10 

F. Duffey 10 

W. Morton . . 10 

W. Morton 10 1/5 

W. Morton .10 2 5 

W. Morton 104s 

Kerr 10 

E. Walker 10 

L. Eamsdell 10% 

L. Eamsdell. 10% 

H. Patching .... 9* 3 

. E . Applegarth . . 10 

id. 



220 YARDS. 



1902 E. W. Wadsley 22% 

1803 G. F. Brewill 23 

1904 C. H. Jupp 224/5 

1805 H. A. Hymaii 22% 

1906 C. H. Jupp 223 5 

1907 J. P. George 22% 



1908 E. Kerr 22% 

1909 H. J. Cartmell 22 

1910 F. L. Eamsdell 22% 

1911 F. L. Eamsdell 22% 

1912 W T . B. Applegarth . . 22 

1913 W. R. Applegarth . .21% 



1806 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 

1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 



J. H. Eidley 55 

J. H. Eidley 52! 

E. J. Colbeck 502 /5 

E. -T. Colbeck 53% 

A. E. Upcher 52% 

A. E. Upcher 51% 

E. Philpot 52% 

A. E, Upcher 532/5 

G. A. Templar 53i 

F. T. Elborough 51 

F. T. Elborough 52% 

F. T. Elborough 51% 

J. Shearman 52% 

fE. Storey 51% 

IH. E. Ball 51% 

M. Shearman ..... .52% 

L, E. Myers 48% 

H. E. Ball 50% 

.3. M. Cowie 51 

J. M. Cowie 502/5 



QUARTER-MILE 

1885 L. 



1886 C. 

1887 C. 

1888 H. 

1889 H. 

1890 T. 

1891 M. 

1892 C. 

1893 E. 

1894 E. 

1895 W, 

1896 J, 

1897 S, 

1898 W T , 

1899 E. 

1900 M. 

1901 E. 

1902 G. 

1903 C. 

1904 E. 



E. Myers 522/ 5 

G. Wood 49% 

G. Wood 51 

C. L. Tindall 51% 

C. L. Tindall 48i 

L. Nicholas . . . .51% 
Remington .... .51 
R. Dickenson. . . .502/; 

C. Bredin 49% 

C. Bredin 50 

.Fitzherbert 49* 5 

C. Meredith 52 

Elliott 53% 

Fitzherbert 50 

W. Wadsley 54% 

W. Long 49% 

W. Wadsley 49% 

W.White 50% 

McLachlan ; 52% 

L. Watson 51% 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



245 



Quart sr-Mile — Continued. 



SEC. ! SEC. 

1910 L. J. cle B. Eead. . .51 

1911 F. J. Halbhaus 50*5 

1912 C. N. Seedhouse 49% 

1913 G. Nicol 40% 



1905 W. Halswell 50% 

1906 W. Halswell 48*5 

1907 E. H. Montague 52% 

3 908 W. Halswell 49% 

1909 A. Patterson *51% 

* After dead- heat with L. J. de B. Reed in 50%sec-. 



HALF-MILE. 



Mi 



P.M. Thornton. . 

W. J. Frere 2 

E. J. Colbeck 2 

R..V.Somers-Smith2 
B.V.Somers-Smith2 
Hon. A . Pelham . . 2 



/ *T. Christie 
1*G.~ 



_.. Templar 
Hon. A. Pelham . .2 
E. A. Sandford. ..2 

E. A. Sandford. ..2 

F. T. Elborough..2 
F. T. Elborough . . 2 
f *H. A. Whatley ) _ 
l*Lees Knowles J - 
fW. W.Bolton ...2 
\ C. Hazenwood . . 2 

S. K. Holman....2 

S. H. Baker 2 

W. G. Georg. 

W. Birkett 1 58 

W. G. George 2 2 

L.E.Myers 2 1 

E. D. Robinson . . 1 59 

F. J. K. Cross 1 59 

A. G. Le Maitre. .2 



0% 

3% 

1% 

0% 

2% 

1 58 1/ 5 



1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 

1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 

1878 

1879 
1880 
1881 

1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1888 
1887 
1888 



ONE MILE. 

1866 C. B. Lawes 4 39 1890 J. 

1867 S. G. Scott 4 42 1891 J. 

1868 W. M. Chinnery . .4 33 1/5 1892 H. 

1869 W. M. Chinnery. .4 50 1893 F. 

1870 R. H. Benson 4 5435 1894 F. 

1871 W. M. Chinnery.. 4 31% 1895 F. 

1872 C. H. Mason 4 42* 1896 B. 

1873 W. Slade 4 32% 1897 A. 

1874 W. Slade 4 33 1898 H. 

1875 W. Slade 4 35% 1899 H. 

1876 W. Slade 4 35 % 1900 C. 

1877 W. Slade 4 29% 1901 F. 

1878 A. F. Hills 4 28% 1902 J. 

nQ . n (B. R. Wise 4 29 1903 A. 

18 ' 9 \W. G. George . . .4 26 Vs 1904 A. 

1880 W. G. George .... 4 28% 1905 G. 

1881 B. R. Wise 4 24% 1906 G. 

1882 W. G. George 4 32% 1907 G. 

1883 W. Snook 4 25% 1908 H. 

1884 W. G. George 4 18% 1909 E. 

1885 W. Snook 4 44 1910 E. 

1886 T. B. Nalder ... .4 25% 1911 D. 

1887 F. J. K. Cross 4 2525 1912 E. 

1888 T. P. Conneff ... .4 31% 1913 J. 

1889 J. Kibblewhite. . .4 29% 



m. & 

1889 H. C. L. Tindall . .1 56% 

1890 T. T. Pitman 1 58% 

1891 W. J. Holmes. . . .2 0% 

1892 W. J. Holmes... .2 

1893 E. C. Bredin 1 55% 

1894 E. C. Bredin 1 56% 

3895 E. C. Bredin 1 55% 

1896 A. W. de C. King. 2 1% 

1897 A. E. Eelf 2 0% 

1898 A. E. Eelf .. .. ...1 56% 

1899 A. E. Tysoe 1 58% 

1900 A. E. Tysoe 1 57% 

1901 J. R. Cleave 1 59% 

1902 A. B. Manning . . .1 59*5 

1903 B. J. Blunden. . . .1 58% 

1904 Rev.HWWorkinanl 59% 

1905 B. J. Blunden 2 2 

1906 A. Astley 1 57% 

1907 I. F. F. Crawford. 1 59% 

1908 T. H. Just 1 58% 

1909 H. Braun 1 57% 

1910 J. M. Hill 2 1% 

1911 H. Braun 1 59% 

1912 H. Braun 1 58% 

1913 E. Wide 2 0% 

* Dead Heat. 



Kibblewhite. . .4 23% 
Kibblewhite . ..4 28% 

Wade 4 19% 

E. Bacon 4 22% 

E. Bacon 4 25% 

E. Bacon 4 17 

Lawford 4 31% 

E. Tysoe 4 27 

Welsh 4 17% 

Welsh 4 26 

Bennett 4 28% 

G.Cockshott. ..4 21% 

Binks 4 16% 

Shrubb 4 24 

Shrubb 4 22 

Butterfield.... 4 25% 

Butterfield 4 18% 

Butterfield ... .4 22% 
A. Wilson ....4 20% 

Owen 4 23 

R. Voight .4 26% 

F. McNiccl . . .4 22% 

Owen 4 21% 

Zander 4 25% 



24S 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



FOUR MILES. 



1366 

1867 
1868 
1859 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1871 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1831 
1835 
1383 
1887 
1888 
1839 



1379 

1880 

1881 
1882 
1883 
1881 
1385 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1389 
1890 
1391 
3892 
1893 
1391 
1895 
1896 



M. S. 

R. C. Garnett. ..21 41 
C. G. Kennedy ..22 13 
W. M. Chinnery .21 11 
W. M. Chinnery . 21 30 

H. C. Riches 21 24 

J. Scott 20 38 

J. B. Edgar 21 31i 

A. F. Somerville . 21 38 

W. Slade 20 52 

J. Gibb 21 9% 

A. Goodwin 21 16 

J. Gibb w.o. 

J. Gibb 20 29 

/J. Warburton . . 20 41% 
\\V. G.George ...20 51% 
W. G. George . ..20 45% 

G.M.Nehan 20 26% 

W. G. George. . . .w.o. 

W. Snook 20 37 

W. G. George . ..20 17% 

W. Snook 21 51% 

C.Rogers 21 1% 

E. C.Carter 21 10 

E. W. Parry ....20 22% 
S. Thomas 20 31% 

TEN 

C.H.Mason 56 31% 

C.H.Mason 56 7 

G. A. Dunning. ..54 34 
W.G.George.... 54 41 

W. Snook 57 41 

W. G. George . . .54 2 

W. Snook 53 25% 

W. H. Coad 55 44% 

E.C.Carter 55 9 

E.W. Parry 53 43% 

Sid Thomas 51 31% 

J. Kibblewhite . .53 49 
W. H. Morton. . .52 33% 

Sid Thomas 53 25* 

Sid Thomas 52 41% 

Sid Thomas 51 37 

F.E.Bacon 52 43% 

G. Crossland .... 52 5 



1890 J. 

1891 W 

1892 J. 

1893 C. 

1894 F. 

1895 H, 

1896 H, 

1897 C. 

1898 C. 

1899 O. 

1900 J. 

1901 A. 

1902 A. 
1905 A. 
1901 A. 
1905 J. 
1908 F. 

1907 A. 

1908 E. 

1909 E. 

1910 A. 

1911 H. 

1912 G. 

1913 G. 



M. 



Kibblewhite ..20 16% 

. H. Morton. ..20 53% 

Kibblewhite ..19 50% 

Pearce 20 12% 

E.Bacon 19 48% 

A. Munro 19 49% 

Harrison .20 27% 

Bennett 20 52% 

Bennett 20 14% 

Bennett 20 49% 

T. Rimnier . . .20 11 

Shrubb 20 1% 

Shrubb 20 1% 

Shrubb 20 6 

Shrubb .19 56% 

Smith 21 8% 

H. Hulford ..20 27% 

Duncan 19 51% 

R. Voigt ....19 47 % 

R. Voigt ....19 57% 

G.Hill 20 0% 

Kolehmainen .20 3 % 

W. Hutson ...20 10 % 

W. Hutson... 19 32 



MILES. 

1897 A. 

1898 S. 

1899 C. 

1900 S. 

1901 A. 

1902 A. 

1903 A. 

1904 A. 

1905 A. 

1906 A. 

1907 A. 

1908 A. 

1909 A. 

1910 F. 

1911 W 

1912 W 

1913 E. 



E. Tysoe 55 59% 

J. Robinson ..53 12 

Bennett 54 18% 

J. Robinson . .53 14% 

Shrubb 54 32 

Shrubb 52 25% 

Shrubb 51 55% 

Shrubb 54 30% 

Aldridge 51 49 

Aldridge ....54 7% 
Underwood . .54 3 

Duncan 53 40% 

E. Wood 52 40 

O'Neill 52 41% 

. Scott 52 26% 

. Scott 52 35 

Glover 51 56% 



120 YARDS HURDLE. 



1356 
1867 
1368 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1372 
1373 
1374 
1875 
1876 
1377 



SEC. 

T. Milvain 17i 

T. Law — 

W. A. Tennant 17% 

G. R. Nunn 18% 

J. L. Stirling 17 

E. S. Garnier 16% 

J. L. Stirling 16% 

H. K. Upcher — 

H. K. TTpcher 16 h 

H. K. Upcher 16% 

A. B.. Loder 16% 

J. H. A. Reay 17% 



1878 S. 
1879{g; 

1880 G. 

1881 G. 

1882 S. 

1883 S. 

1884 C. 

1885 C. 
3886 C. 
1887 J. 
1883*S. 



sec. . 

Palmer 16% 

, Palmer 17% 

. L. Lockton 16% 

P. C. Lawrence . . 16% 
P, C. Lawrence . .16% 

Palmer 16% 

Palmer 16% 

W. Gowthorpe . . .16% 

F. Daft 16% 

F. Daft 16 

Le Fleming 16 % 

Joyce 16 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 
120 Yards Hurdles— "Continued. 

SEC. 

1889 C. W. Hayward 16 2 5 

1890 C. F. Daft 16% 

1891 D. D Bulger 163 - 

3892 D. D. Bulger 16 

1893 G. B. Shaw 16% 

1894 G. B. Shaw 163 5 

1895 G. B. Shaw 15% 

1896tG. B. Shaw 153 5 

1897 A. Trafford 17% 

2898 H. E. Parkes 16% 

1 899 WGPaget-Tomlinsonl6 % 

1900 A. C. Kraenzlein 15% 

1901 A. C. Kraenzlein 15% 

* Down- hill, 



247 





SEC. 


1902 G. W. Smith 


.16 


1903 G. R. Gamier 


.15% 


1904 E. S. Stronaeh 


.16 


1905 R. S. Stronaeh 


.16% 


1906 E. S. Stronaeh 


.16% 


1907 O. Groenings 


.16% 


1908 V. Duncker 


.161.-, 


1909 A. H. Healey 


.15% 


1910 G. R. L. Anderson. 


.16 


1911 P. B. O'E. Phillips. 


.16% 


1912IG. R . L. Anderson . 


.15% 


1913 G. H. Gray 


.16 


1 Strong wind. 





1879 

1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
J 886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



TWO MILES STEEPLECHASE. 

H. M. Oliver I 1891 E. W. Parry 1 1903 S. J. Robinson 
! 1892 W. H. Smith | 1904 A. Russell 
j 1893 G. Martin I 1905 A. Russell 

1894 A. B. George ! 1906 A. Russell 

1895 E. J. Wilkius 1907 J. C. English 

1896 S. J. Robinson 1908 E. Noakes 

1897 G. H. Lee 1 1909 R. Noakes 

1898 G. W. Orton j 1910 J. C. English 

1899 W. Stokes j 1911 R. Noakes 

1900 S. J. Robinson ! 1912 S. Frost 



J. Concannon 
J. Ogden 
T. Crellin 
T. Thornton 
W. Snook 
W. Snook 
M. A. Harrison 
M. A. Harrison 
J. C. Cope 
T. White 
E. W. Parry 



1901 S. J. Robinson ! 1913 C. H. Ruffell 

1902 G.Martin 



TWO MILES WALKING. 



M. S. 

1901 G. Deyermond . . 14 17 

1902 W. J. Sturgess. . .14 46% 

1903 E. J. Negus 14 44% 

1904 G. E. Earner 13 57% 

1905 G. E. Earner.... 13 50 
1905 A. T. Yeomans . . 14 20% 
1907 R. Harrison 14 1% 

SEVEN MILES WALKING 

1867 J. H. Farnworth.58 12 

1868 W. Eye 57 40 

1869 T.Griffiths 58 35 

1870 T. Griffiths 55 30 

1871 J. Francis 58 9 

1872 T. E. Hogg 57 22 

1873 W. J. Morgan ... 54 57 

1874 W. J. Morgan . . .55 264 

1875 W. J. Morgan ... 53 47 

1876 H. Venn 55 11% 

1877 H. Webster 53 5935 

1878*H. Venn 52 25 

. ft \, Q f H. Webster .... 52 341 
18<y lH. Venn, w.o. ..56 1 

1880 G. P.Beekley . . .56 40 

1881 J. W. Eaby 54 48% 

1882 H. Whyatt 55 56* 

1883 H. Whyatt 59 15 

1884 W. A. Meek 54 28 

1885 J. Jervis 56 10 3 .5 

1886 J. H. Jullie 56 30% 



m. s. 



1908 G. E. Lanier 13 58% 

1909 E. J. Webb 13 56% 

1910 E. J. Webb 13 54% 

1911 H. V. L. Ross. . , 13 55% 

1912 R. Bridge 13 55% 

1913 R. Bridge 13 51% 



1887 C. W. V. Clarke. . 56 59% 

1888 C. W. V. Clarke . .57 8% 

1889 W. Wheeler 56 29% 

1890 H. Curtis 52 28% 

1891 H. Curtis 54 0% 

1892 H. Curtis 55 56 

1893 H. Curtis — 

1901 J. Butler 54 37 

1902 W. J. Sturgess. . .52 49% 

1903 J.Butler 56 17% 

1904 G. E. Earner. . . .52 57% 

1905 G. E. Earner 52 34 

1906 F. T. Carter 53 20% 

1907 F. B. Thompson. 52 4fiM 

1908 E.J.Webb 53 7% 

1909 E. J. Webb 52 32 

1910 E. J. Webb 51 37 

1911 G. E. Lamer 52 8 

1912 R. Bridge 52 45 ? 



1913 {*;?™^ 



Uo 



V. L. Ross/ * 5 

* This record has been rejected by the A. A. A. 



248 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



HIGH JUMP. 



r T.G. Little . 



1866 1 J. H. T. Roupell.. 

i a«- / c - E - Green 1 j- 

1Sbt IT. G. Little J 5 

1838 E.J. C.Mitchell... 5 

1869 J. G. Hoare 5 

1870 R. J. C. Mitchell. . .5 

1871 R. J. C. Mitchell... 5 

1872 E. S. Prior 5 

1873 J. B. Hurst 5 

1874. M. J. Brooks 5 

1875 N. G. Glazebrook. .5 

1876 M. J. Brooks 6 

1877 G. W. Blathwayte. .5 

1878 G Tomlinson 5 

") R. H. Macauley . 5 

1879 >*R. E. Thomas.. .5 
J * W.Hall 5 

1880 J. W. Parsons 5 

1881 P. Davin 6 

1882 R. F. Houghton ...5 

1883 J. W. Parsons. ... .6 

1884 T. Ray 5 

1885 P.J.Kelly 5 

1886 G. W. Rowdon 5 

i aa- 1 *G. W. Rowdon . ) a 
188 'i*W. B.Page.... J 6 
1838 G. W. Rowdon .... 5 



FT. IN. 

1889 T. Jennings. ..... .5 8k 

1890 C. W. Haward 5 84. 

1891 T. Jennings 5 94. 

1892 A. Watkinson 5 8* 

1893 J.M.Ryan 6 2* 

1894 R. Williams 5 9* 

1895 J. M. Ryan 5 11* 

1896 M. O'Brien 5 11 

1897 C.E.H.Leggatt...5 9 

1898 P. Leahy 5 10 

1899 P. Leahy 5 10 

1900 I.K.Baxter 6 2 

1901 I.K.Baxter 6 1 

1902 S.S. Jones 6 3 

1903 P. O'Connor 5 8 

i *P. O'Connor . . ) 

1904 1 *R. G. Murray . >5 9i 
i * J. B. Milne J 

1905 C. Leahy 5 lOt 

1906 C. Leahy 6 

1907 C. Leahy 6 

1908 C. Leahy 5 11 

1909 J.H.Banks 5 9 

1910 R. H. Baker 5 8f. 

1911 R. Pasemann 6 

1912tB. H. Baker 5 9 

1913 B. H. Baker 6 O 



* Dead Heat, f In an exhibition Baker did 6it. 



1866 R. Fitzherbert. . 


.19 


8 


1867 R. Fitzherbert. . 


.19 


44, 


1868 R. J. C. Mitchell 


.19 


84 


1889 A. C. Toswell. .. 


.19 


7 


1870 R. J. C. Mitchell 


.19 


111 


12 ^ JE. J. Davies . . . 

18,i lE. J. C. MitcheU 


}20 


4 


1872 E. J. Davies . . . 


.22 


7 


1873 C. Lockton 


.19 


4 


1874 E. J. Davies . . . 


.22 


5 


1875 C. L. Lockton. . 


.20 


lOi 


1876 J.L. Alkin 


.21 


3 


1877 J.L. Alkin 


.20 


H* 


1878 E. Baddeley . . . 


.22 


8 


iq~qJ'W. G. Elliott. . 
lb ' y lC.L. Lockton . 


.22 


10*. 


.22 


it 


1380 C. L. Lockton . . 


.22 


2 


1881 P. Davin 


.22 


11 


1882 T. M. Malone.. . 


.21 


Of 


1883 J. W. Parsons. . 


.23 


01 


1884 E. Horwood . . . 


.21 


9 


1885 J. Purcell 


.21 


10* 


1886 J. Purcell 


.22 


4 


1887 F. B. Roberts . . 


.22 


4 


1888 A. A. Jordan . . . 


.21 


8^ 


1889 D. D. Bulger... 


.21 


6 



LONG JUMP. 

1890 



R. G. Hojarth 20 

«<»{£&«.::}» * 

1892 D. D. Bulger 21 4* 

1893 T. M. Donovan. . .21 11 

1894 T. M. Donovan. . .20 8 

1895 W. J. Oakley 21 6£ 

1896 C. E. H. Leggatt . . 23 1 

1897 C.E.H. Leggatt.. 21 4 

1898 W. J. M. Newburn.23 7 

1899 W. J.M.Newburn.22 2 

1900 A. C. Kraenzlein. .22 10 i 

1901 P. O'Connor 23 8i 

1902 P. O'Connor ,23 7i 

1903 P. O'Connor 22 9k 

1904 P. O'Connor 23 2^ 

1905 P. O'Connor 23 94. 

1906 P. O'Connor 23 5i 

1907 D. Murray 22 

1908 W. D. Bleaden . . .22 3* 

1909 T. J. Ahearne 22 4t 

1910 P. Kirwan 22 Of 

1911 P. Kirwan 23 5i 

1912 P. Kirwan 23 2* 

1913 S. S. Abrahams . .22 6 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



249 



POLE JUMP. 



1366 
1367 
1368 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1871 
1375 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



FT. 

F. Wheeler 10 

W. F.P.Moore... 9 
It. J. C.Mitchell.. 10 
R. G. Graham. 
R.J. C.Mitchell. 



R. J. C.Mitchell.. 10 



H. C. Fellow. 

W. Kelsey 10 

E. Woosburn 10 

No contest. 

H. W. Strachan . . 10 

H. E. Kayll 10 

H. W. Strachan . . 10 

F. W. D. Robinson j. 
E. A. Strachan ... 10 

T. Ray 11 

T. Ray 10 

H. J. Cobbold .... 9 

T. Ray 10 

T. Ray 10 

T. Ray 10 

T. Ray 10 

r*T. Ray ..!-,, 

l*E. L. Stones . . J 1L 

E. L. Stones 11 

R. D. Dickinson. .11 



9 6 



4 

3 

6 

6 
10 


Hi 



0* 

It I 





1891 R. Watson ...11 3 

1ftQO f*R. Watson ) n n 

1892 i*R. D.Dickinson i 11 ° 

1893 R. D. Dickinson . . 11 2 

1894 R. D. Dickinson . . 10 10 

1895 R. D. Dickinson . . 10 

1896 R. E. Forshaw ... 10 

1897 J.Poole 9 10k 

1898 J. Poole 10 3 

1899 E. C. Pritchard ... 9 1 

1900 B. Johnson 11 4 

1902 F. J. Kauser 10 8 

1903 S. Morriss j. o. 

1904 A. Puissegur 10 6 

1905 F. Gonder j. o. 

1906 A. E. A. Harragin. 10 

1907 B. Soderstrom 10 

1908 E. B. Archibald . .12 

1909 A. E. Flaxman . . 

1910 K. de Szathmary, 

1911 R. Paseniann . . . 

1912 A. O. Conquest 



i. 
,11 
.12 







.. j. o. 
1913 C. Gille 12 1 



*Dead Heat. 



PUTTING THE 161b. WEIGHT (from 7ft. square). 



1366' 
1867 
1868 
1839 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 



FT. IN. 

C. Eraser 34 6 

J. Stone 36 6 

J. Stone 37 

H. Leeke 31 

R. J. C. Mitchell . . 38 
R. J. C. Mitchell. .38 

E. J. Bor 42 

E. J. Bor 40 

W. F. P. Moore. ..39 

T. Stone, jun 39 10 

T. Stone, jun 38 7k 

T. Stone, jun 38 

W. Y. Winthrop..38 

(A. H. East 37 

IW. Y. Winthrop.39 
W. Y. Winthrop..37 

M. Davin .39 

G. Ross 42 

OwenHarte. 41 _ 

Owen Harte 39 10 

D. J. McKinnon . .43 01 

J.S.Mitchell 38 1 

J.S.Mitchell 38 Ik 

G.R.Gray 43 7 

(W. J. M.Barry. 1 

I R. A. Greene.../ 39 8 



1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 



FT. IX. 

A. Greene 37 8 

J. M. Barry ... 40 8 

J. M. Barry. ..42 10 k 

' 9 



Horgan 42 

Horgan 42 

Horgan 44 

Horgan 43 

Horgan 45 

Horgan 45 

Horgan 46 

Sheldon 45 

W. Coe 45 

. W. Coe 42 10k 

R. Nicolson. . . .40 7 k 

Horgan 45 

Horgan 44 

Kirkwood ..... 45 

Kirkwood 44 

Horgan 44 

Horgan 44 

Horgan 42 

Barrett 43 5 

Horgan 44 10 

Nilsson 47 4$ 



3k 
5* 
4 
1 

0k 

10k 

5k 



2 
5k 
4k 
2 

7 

1 



' The weight of the ball in 1866 was accidentally 181b lOoz. 



£50 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

THROWING THE 161b. HAMMER (from 9ft. circle). 





FT. 


IN. 




FT. 


1866 W. J. James . . 


..78 


£> 


1890 R. Lindsay 


.102 


1867 P. Halket 


. 94 


7 


1891 CAJQueckberner 129 


1858 H. Leeke 


. 99 


6 


1892 W. J. M. Barry. 


. 133 


1859 W. A. Burgess. 


.102 


3 


1893 D. Cirey 


.123 


1870 H. Leeke 


.102 


3 


1894 W. J. M. Barry. 


.126 


1871 W. A. Burgess . 


.105 


5 


1895 W.J. M.Barry. 


.132 


1872 H. Leeke . 


.111 


7 


1896 J. Flanagan 


.131 


1873 J. Patterson . . 


.108 





1897 T. F. Kiely . . . 


.142 


1874 S. S. Brown. . . 


.120 





1898 T. F. Kiely . . . 


.140 


1875 W. A. Burgess. 


.103 


9 


1899 T. F. Kiely 


.136 


1876 G. H. Hales... 


. 96 


3 


1900 J. J. Flanagan . 


.163 


1877 G. H. Hales. . . 


.110 





1901 T. F. Kiely . . . 


.148 


1878 E. Baddeiey . . 


. 98 


10 


1902 T. F. Kiely . . . 


.121 


1879 W. A. Burgess. 


. 96 


9 


1903 T. R.Nicolson. 


.142 


1880 W. Lawrence . . 


. 96 





1904 T. R.Nicolson. 


.157 


1881 P. Dayin 


. 98 


10 


1905 T. R.Nicolson. 


. 155 


1882 E. Baddeiey . . 


. 96 


4 


1908 H. A. Leeke.. . 


.123 


1883 J. Gruer 


.101 


24 


1907 T. R.Nicolson. 


.158 


1884 OwenHarte. . . 


. 83 


o 


1908 S. P. Gillis 


164 


1885 W. J. M. Barrv 


.108 


10 


1909 T. R.Nicolson. 


,164 


1886 J. S. Mitchell. . 


.110 


4 


1910 A. E. Flaxman 


.117 


1887 J. S. Mitchell . . 


.124 


0* 


1911 G. E. Putnam . 


.147 


1888 J. S.Mitchell. . 


.124 


8 


1912 T. R.Nicolson. 


.162 


1889 W. J. M. Barry 


.130 





1913 C. Lind 


. 155 



101 

4* 
84 

Hi 

11 



4* 
4 

61 
1 
7 

5i 

10 i 

1 

9 



7i 

2ir 

n 



C.C. HARVEY MEMORIAL CUP. 

(Best performances in any year.) 

1907 A. Duncan I 1910 E. J. Webb | 1913 W. R.Applegarth 

1908 E.Kerr I 1911 R.Pasemann | 

1909 E. J. Webb ' 1912 G.H.Patching 



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251 



OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE. 

Cambridge won 24, Oxford 22 Drawn 4, 
100 YARDS. 



1900" 
1900' 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 



A. M. 
C. R. 
A.E. 
R.W 
R. W. 
R.W 
J. H. 
K. G. 



SEC. 

Hollins (Oxford)... 10^ 
Thomas (Oxford) . . . 10i 
R. Hind (Cambridge) 10% 



Barclay (Camb.). . 
Barclay (Camb.). . 
. Barclay (Camb.). . 
Morrell (Oxford) . . 
Macleod (Camb.). . 



10% 
.10* 
.10% 
.10% 
.10% 
Dead 



1907*K. G. Macleod (Camb.) . . .10£ 
1907*N. G. Chavasse (Oxford). 10£ 

1908 K. G. Macleod (Camb.) . . . 10% 

1909 L. C. Hull (Oxford) ...... 10% 

1910 H. R. Ragg (Cambridge) . 10% 

1911 D. Macmillan (Cambridge) 10 

1912 D. Macmillan (Cambridge) 10 

1913 H. M. Macintosh (Camb.). 10% 
heat. 



QUARTER MILE. 



SEC. 

1900 A. M. Hollhis (Oxford) ... 50% 

1901 L. J. Cornish (Oxford). . .52% 

1902 R. W. Barclay (Camb.).. 50% 

1903 R. W. Barclay (Camb.)..50i 

1904 R. W. Barclay (Camb.).. 50% 

1905 J. H. Morrell (Oxford). . .51% 

1906 K. Cornwallis (Oxford). . .51 



1907 C. M. Chavasse (Oxford) . 

1908 E. H. Ryle (Cambridge) . 

1909 L. C. Hull (Oxford) 

1910 W. T. Wetenhall (Camb.) 

1911 E. G. Black (Cambridge) 

1912 D. Macmillan (Camb.) . . 

1913 D. G. Davies (Camb.) . . 



SFC. 

50% 
51 

50% 

,51% 
,51% 
,49% 
.51 



HALF MILE. 



1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 



M. S. 

H. E. Graham (Camb.).l 58% 
J. R. Cleave (Oxford). .1 59% 
This event was not included 
T. B. Wilson (Camb.).. 2 2 
K. Cornwallis (Oxford). 1 54% 
K. Cornwallis (Oxford) . 1 56% 
K. Cornwallis (Oxford). 1 56% 



1907 P. S. Darling (Oxford). 2 

1908 T. H. Just (Cambridge). 1 

1909 P. S. Darling (Oxford). 1 

1910 P. J. Baker (Cambridge)l 

1911 P. J. Baker (Cambridge) 1 

1912 P. J. Baker (Cambridge) 1 

1913 H. S. O. Ashington (Ca.)2 





55% 
59 

57% 

58% 

56% 

0% 



ONE MILE. 



M. S. 

1900 F. G. Cockshott (Camb.)4 28% 

1901 F. G. Cockshott (Camb.)4 26% 

1902 E.L. Gay-Roberts (Ox.) 4 24% 

1903 H. W. Gregson (Camb.). 4 27% 

1904 H. W. Gregson (Camb.). 4 20 

1905 C. C. Henderson- 

Hamilton (Oxford) ..4 17% 
1903 A. R. Welsh (Camb.) . . .4 21% 



1907 S. P. L. Lloyd (Oxford) . 4 28 

1908 S. P. L.Lloyd (Oxford). 4 29% 

1909 P. J. Baker (Cambridge) 4 27% 

1910 W. Gavin (Cambridge). 4 27% 

1911 P. J. Baker (Cambridge)! 29% 

1912 A. N. S. Jackson (Ox.). 4 21% 

1913 A. N. S. Jackson (Oxfd.)4 24 % 



THREE MILES. 



1900 H.W.Workman(Cam.)15 1% 

1901 H.W.Workm;n(Cam.)14 58 

1902 H. W. Gregson ^Cam.).15 7% 

1903 H. P. W. Macnaghten 

(Cambridge) 15 13% 

1904 A. R. Churchill (Cam.). 14 57% 

1905 A. S. D. Smith (Cam.) . 15 8% 

1906 N.F. Hallows (Oxford) 15 14 



1907 N. F. Hallows (Oxford) 15 6% 

1908 N.F. Hallows (Oxford)14 53% 

1909 A. M. Brown (Oxford) . 15 

1910 A. E. Cator (Oxford). .14 45% 

1911 C. H. Porter (Oxford) . 15 6 

1912 E. Gawan Taylor (Ox.) 14 47 

1913 D.N.Gaussen(Oxford)14 47 



252 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

120 YARDS HURDLES. 



1900 

1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 



W. G. Paget-Tomlinson 

(Cambridge 

G. R, Gamier (Oxford). . 
G. R. Gamier (Oxford) . . 
G. R. Gamier (Oxford) . . 
F. H. Teall (Cambridge) . 
F. H. Teall (Cambridge) . 
E. R. J. Hussey (Oxford) 



SEC. | SEC, 

j 1907 K. Powell (Cambridge). . .15" 5 
.16% 1908 K. Powell (Cambridge) ... 16 
. 17 1909 G. R. L. Anderson (Ox.) . . 16 
.16*£ 1910 M. V. Macdonald( Oxford) 16 
. 16 1911 P. R. Phillips (Cambridge) 16% 
.162: 5 i 1912 H.S. O.Ashington(Camb.)17 
.162.^ 1913 H. S. O. Ashington (Cam.) 16% 
.16U ■ 



LONG JUMP. 



1900 G. W. F. Kelly (Oxford) 21 

1901 L. J. Cornish (Oxford). 21 

1902 L. J. Cornish (Oxford). 21 

1903 T. A. Leach (Oxford) . .22 

1904 T. A. Leach (Oxford) . .21 

1905 W. Le B. Smith (Oxford)21 
1903 P. M. Young (Oxford) . .22 



FT. IN 

1907 P. M. Young (Oxford) . . 22 4 

1908 W. H. Bleaden (Oxford)22 3 

1909 M. G. D. Murray (Cam.) 22 Oh 

1910 M. G. D. Murray (Cam.) 21 5i 

1911 D. A. J. Hartley (Ox.) . . 21 5 

1912 H.S. O. Ashington (Cam.) 23 1 

1913 H.S.O.Asbmgton(Cam) *23 5| 



(*Yarsity Record.) 



HIGH JUMP. 



1900 W. E. B. Henderson(Ox.)5 9i 

1901 G. Howard Smith(Camb.) 5 10£ 

1902 G. Howard Smith(Camb.) 5 9 J 

1903 G. Howard Smith(Camb.)5 10* 

1904 E. E. Leader (Camb.). . .5 11 
1905 *P. M. Young (Oxford) ... 5 7 
1905*E. E. Paget Tomhnson 

(Cambridge) ........ 5 7 

1905*E. E. Leader (Camb.). . .5 7 



1906 P. 

1907 P. 

1908 A. 

1909 A. 
1910*A. 
1910*L. 

1911 H. 

1912 J. 

1913 G. 



' Dead heat. 



M. Young (Oxford. . .5 
M. Young (Oxford) ... 5 
C. B. Bellerby (Camb.) 5 
C. B. Bellerby (Camb.) 5 
C.B. Bellerby (Camb.) 5 
V. Ludinszky (Camb.) 5 
, A. Dubois (Camb.) ... 5 
C. Masterman (Oxford) 5 
deB. Crossley (Ox.). .5 



HI 
8 



81 

8 

81 



PUTTING THE 16 LB. WEIGHT. 



1900 E. E. B. May (Oxford). 36 8 

1901 E. E. B. May (Oxford). 34 9 

1902 W. W. Coe (Oxford) . . .43 

1903 H. A. Leeke (Camb.) ... 37 8 

1904 Hon. G. W. Lyttleton(C)37 7 

1905 Hon. G. W. Lyttleton(C)37 11 
1908 Hon.G. W. Lyttleton(C) 38 3* 



1907 R.L. Robinson (Oxford)37 7 

1908 J. L. Michie (Camb.). . .37 % 

1909 W. H. Bleaden (Oxford)36 2 

1910 M. J. Susskind (Camb.). 37 

1911 W. O. Zeigler (Oxford). 39 6i 

1912 W. O. Zeigler (Oxford). 40 10 

1913 W. O. Zeigler (Oxford). 43 3 



THROWING THE 16 LB. HAMMER; 



1900 J.D. Greenshields (Oxf.)115 2 

1901 E. E. B. May (Oxford). 113 3 

1902 W. W. Coe (Oxford). . .111 10 

1903 H. A. Leeke (Camb.) ... 126 8 
J904 M. Spicer (Cambridge). 114 10 

1905 A. H. Fyffe (Oxford) ... 128 6 

1906 A. H. Fyffe (Oxford) ... 136 3 

1907 A. M. Stevens (Oxford) . 146 9 



1908 A. M, Stevens (Oxford) . 193 8 

1909 R. K. Lindsay Watson 

(Cambridge) 148 10 

1910 G. E. Putnam (Oxford) . 146 8 

1911 G. E. Putnam (Oxford) . 153 3 

1912 W. O. Zeigler (Oxford). 139 4 

1913 W. O. Zeigler (Oxford) . 142 7 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 253 

NOTEWORTHY PERFORMANCES. 



AMATEUR RUNNING. 

100 Yards.— 9 3 . 5 sec. A. F. Duffey. Berkeley Oval, New York. 
May 31, 1902, and D. J. Kelly, Washington, U.S., June 23. 
1906 ; 9*5see., W. R. Applegarth, Ibrox Park, Glasgow, a U g. 2. 
1913 ; 9 4 5sec, J. Owen, jun., Washington, U.S.A., October 11- 
1890 ; W. T. Macpherson, Auckland, February 7, 1891 , J. H» 
Hempton, Christchurch, N.Z., February 6, 1892 ; C. W. Stage- 
Cleveland, U.S.A., September 2, 1893 ; J. V. Crum, Chicago. 
June 15, 1895 ; B. J. Wefers, New York, September 21. 
1895, May 30, 1896, and August 28, 1897 ; J. H. Maybury. 
Chicago, June 5, 1897 ; J. II. Rush, Chicago, June 18, 1898 ; 
F. M. Sears, Buffalo, U.S.A., June 15, 1901 ; A. F. Duffey; 
New York, May 24, 1901, and Leicester (grass), July 20, 1901 ; 
W. A. Schick, jun., Queen's Club, Kensington, London, July 
23, 1901 ; J. W. Morton, Montreal, September 4, 1905 ; R, E. 
Walker, Johannesburg, April 17, 1909 ; R. Kerr, Toronto, 
Sept. 25, 1908, and Sept. 11, 1909 ; F. L. Lukeman, Toronto, 
June 4, 1910 ; G. H. Patching, Stamford Bridge, June 22, 
1912 (with a strong following wind). lOsec, A. Wharton. 
Stamford Bridge, July 3, 1886 ; L. H. Carey, Gateshead, July 
13, 1891 ; C. A. Bradley, Tufnell Park, London (grass), June 
11, 1892, Huddersfleid (grass), June 17, 1893, Northampton 
(uphill), July 1, 1893, Cardiff, August 12, 1893, Stamford 
Bridge. July 6, 1895 ; A. R. Downer, Stamford Bridge, May 4, 
1895 ; S. Rowley, Sydney, N.S.W., October 2, 1897 ; R. W. 
Wadsley, Stamford Bridge, July 2, 1898 ; F. W. Cooper. 
Stamford Bridge, July 2, 1898 ; N. G. Pritchard, Calcutta 
(grassy February 18, 1899 ; C. R. Thomas, March 8, 1899 ; 
C. H. Jupp, Stamford Bridge, June 13, 1900 ; A. F. Duffey. 
Stamford Bridge, July 7. 1900 ; D. Murray, Huddersfleid. 
July 6, 1901 ; J. W. Morton, Rochdale, July 2, 1904. Many 
other cases of lOsecs. have been chronicled in the United States, 
Canada, and South Africa, 

120 Yards. — ll%sec, R. E. Walker, Johannesburg, S.A., 
December 26, 1908 ; ll 3 5sec, R. E. W x alker, Glasgow. August 
9, 1909 ; ll^sec, W. P. Phillips, Stamford Bridge, March 25, 
1882 ; C. A. Bradley, Huddersfleid (grass), June 17, 1893, 
Stamford Bridge, April 28, 1894; A. R. Downer, Stamford 
Bridge, May 11, 1895 ; B. J. Wefers, Travers Island, New 
York, September 26, 1896 ; A. F. Duffey, New York, June 8. 
1901, and Stourbridge, August 8, 1901; J. W. Morton, 
Stamford Bridge, September 24, 1904. 

120 Yards (Hurdle). — 15sec. (on grass), F. C. Smithson, The 
Stadium, London, July 25, 1908 ; lSlssec, A. C. Kraenzlein, 
Chicago, June 18, 1898 ; V. de V. Duncker, Maritzburg, S.A., 
April 17, 1909 ; A. B. Shaw, Philadelphia, May 29, 1908 , 
W. A. Edwards, San Francisco, October 22, 1909 ; and J. P. 
Nicholson, Lafayette, Indiana, June 1, 1912 ; lS^see. (grass). 
A. C. Kraenzlein, Stamford Bridge. July 7, 1900, and Dublin, 
July 20, 1901 ; 15%sec. (grass), G. B. Shaw, Stamford Bridge, 
July 6, 1895. 

130 Yards.— 123 5 sec, r, e. Walker, Durban, January 4, 1909 ; 
13sec„ Wendell Baker (against Time), Cambridge. Mass.. 
May 23, 1886 ; 13£sec, L. E. Myers, New York, June 3, 1882, 

150 Yards.— 14isec, R. E. Walker, Durban, S.A., April 24, 
1909; ll^sec, R. E. Walker, Glasgow, August 9, 1909; 
14%sec, C. G. Wood, Stamford Bridge, London, July 21. 
1887 ; W. T. Macpherson, Sydney, N.S.W., October 4, 1889 ; 
C. H. Sherrill, New York, May 17, 1890; J. Owen, jun.. 
Detroit, U.S.A., September 13. 1890 ; C. J. B. Monypenny 
February 27, and March 1, 1892. 



254 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

180 Yards.— 17 H sec, E. E. Walker, Durban, S.A., April 24. 

1909 ; 18sec, Wendell Baker, Beacon Park. Boston. U.S A., 
June 14, 1886; 18y5sec, L. Junker, Stamford Bridge, April 
27. 1878. 

200 Yards. — 19%sec, W. B. Applegarth, Kennington Oval, 
. September 14, 1912 ; 19y 5 sec, E. H. Pelling, Stamford Bridge, 

London, September 28, 1889 ; A. B. Downer, Stamford Bridge. 

May 11, 1895 ; G. Jordan, Oxford, March 16, 1896 ; G. H. 

Jupp, Stamford Bridge, June 4, 1904. 

220 Yards. — 21^sec (straight track), B. J. Wefers? Manhattan. 

New York, May 30, 1896, and B. C. Craig, Philadelphia, May 

28, 1910, and May 26, 1911, D. F. Lippincott, Harvard, May 31, 

1913 ; D. J. Kelly, Washington. U.S., June 23, 1906 ; 21 2 /5sec, 

B, Kerr, Toronto, September 11, 1909 ; 213 5 sec, H. Jewett, 

Montreal, September 24, 1892 ; B. J. Wefers, New York, 

September 21, 1895, B. C. Foster, Harvard, May 29, 1909 ; 

21 3 /5sec, W. B. Applegarth, Stamford Bridge, July 5, 1913 ; 

21%sec, C. G. Wood, Stamford Bridge, June 25, 1887 ; J. H. 

Maybury, Madison, U.S.A., May 9, 1896, and June 25. 1897 ; 

N. C. Barker, Sydney, April 22, 1905 ; W. B. Applegarth, 

Stamford Bridge, September 21, 1912. 
220 Yards (Hurdles. 2ft. 6in. high). — 233 5 sec, A. C. Kraenzlein, 

New York, May 28. 1898. 
250 Yards. — 24 3 , / 5sec, W. T. Macpherson, Auckland. New Zealand, 

February 6, 1891 ; 24%sec, E. H. Pelling, Stamfoid Bridge, 

London, September 22, 1888. 
300 Yards. — SO^sec, B. J. Wefers, New York, September 26. 

1896; 31M>sec, W. Halswelle, Glasgow, June 20. 1908; 

3125S6C, A. B. Downer, Hampden Park, Glasgow. June 10. 

1895 ; C. G. Wood, Stamford Bridge, London, July 21, 1887. 
300 Yards (Hurdle).— 363rsec, O. Groenings. London, September 

21. 1907 ; 38% sec, T. M. Donovan, Bristol, August 22, 1896 ; 

36 2 /5sec, H. L. Hillman, New York, November 10, 1906 ; 

34 3 /osec (ten hurdles, 2ft. 6in. high), H. L. Hillman, New York. 

September 23, 1905. 
350 Yards. — 36 2 /osec, M. W. Long (straight track), Guttenberg, 

New Jersey, October 4, 1900; 3735sec, M. Bemington, London, 

July 11, 1891 ; 39Hsec., E. C. Bredin, London, April 13, 1895. 
400 Yards. — 42%sec, M. W. Long (straight track), Guttenberg, 

New Jersey, October 4, 1900 ; 4335S6C, H. C. L. Tindall. 

Stamford Bridge, June 29, 1889 ; 43fsec, L. E. Myers, New 

York, June 3, 18S2. 
440 Yards. — 47sec, M. W. Long (straight track), Guttenberg, 

New Jersey, October 4, 1900 ; 47% sec, M. W. Long (ovai. 

352 yards track), New York, September 29, 3900; 48 2 /5sec, 

W. Halswelle, Glasgow, July 1, 1908 ; 48isec, H. C. L. Tindall. 

Stamford Bridge, June 29. 188); E. C. Bredin. Stamford 

Bridge. June 22, 1895 ; N. C. Barker, Sydney, April 11, 1905. 
440 Yards (Hurdle). — 56V=>sec (2ft. 6in. hurdles), H. Arnold, at 

Buffalo, U.S.A., September 7, 1901 ; 56%sec (3ft. hurdles). 

G. B. L. Anderson, London, July 16, 1910 ; 57Vssec (3ft, 6in. 

hurdles), J. L. Davis, Sydney, N.S.W.. May 27, 1910; 57%sec, 

T. M. Donovan, Crewe, June 13, 1896, and J. B. Densham, 

London, September 7, 1907 ; 58 4 5sec (3ft, 6in. hurdles). A. H. 

Holder. Auckland, New Zealand, February 13, 1897. 
500 Yards. — 5 7 9 5 sec, M. W. Sheppard, New York. August 14. 

1910 ; 57%sec. T. E. Burke, Newton, Mass.. June 17, 1897 ; 
58sec. L. E. Myers, Staten Island. U.S.A., May 29, 1880 ; 
58isec, E. C. Bredin, Stamford Bridge, May 30, 1895. 

600 Yards. — lmin. 10* 5 sec, M. W. Sheppard, New York, August 
14, 1910 ; lmin. Usee, E. H. Montague, Stamford Bridge. 
London. September 19. 1908 ; T. E. Burke. New York. 
September 19, 1896 ; lmin. ll 2 5sec, E. C, Bredin. Stamford 
Bridge. London, June 10, 1893. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 255 

C6G Yards. — Imin. il-gsec., M. AY. Sheppard. New York, Mas' 30, 
1910. 

700 Yards.— Iniin., 26%sec, M. W. Sheppard, New York, May 30, 
1910 ; lmiii. 27-/5560., E. Lunghi, New York, September 6, 1909. 

880 Yards. — Imin. 52£sec, J. E. Meredith, The Stadium, Stock- 
holm, July 9, 1912; Imin. 52i 5 sec, E. Lunghi, Montreal, 
Sept, 15, 1909; Imin. 53%sec., C. H. Kilpatrick, New York, 
September 21, 1895 ; Imin. 53 3 5 sec, M. W. Sheppard, New 
York, September 29, 1906 ; Imin. 54sec, M. W Sheppard, The 
Stadium, London, July 21, 1908 ; Imin. 54% sec, F. J. K. 
Cross, Oxford, March 9, 1888 ; Imin. 55f 5 sec., B. P. Crabbe, 
Cambridge, March 8, 1906 ; Imin. 56£sec. (grass), L. E. Myers, 
Blackburn, August 1, 1885. 

COO Yards. — Imin. 57?oSec, M. W. Sheppard, New York, August 
7, 1910 ; 2min. 2 5sec, W. E. Lutyens, Stamford Bridge, July 5. 
1898. 

1,000 Yards. — 2mm. 12 2 5sec, M. W. Shenpard, Brooklyn, July 
17, 1910 ; 2min. 13sec, L. E. Myers, New York, October 8, 
1881 ; 2min. 14Hsec, W. E. Lutyens, Stamford Bridge. 
July 5, 1898. 

Two-thirds of a Mile. — 2mm. 44 2 . 5 sec, M. W. Sheppard, Newark, 
N.J., August 20, 1910 ; 2min. 45%sec, E. Lunghi, New York, 
October 10, 1909. 

Three-quarter- mile. — 3min. 2%sec, T. P. Comieff, Travers Island, 
New York, August 21, 1895 (with pacemakers) ; 3min. 8fsec, 
W. G. George, Lillie Bridge, June 3, 1882 ; 3min., 10%sec, 
E. Owen, Broughton, Manchester, June 25, 1900 ; 3min, 
lO^sec, C. Bennett, Paddington, September 22, 1910. 

L500 Yards. — 3min. S8Y5sec, W, Snook, Aston Lower Grounds, 
Birmingham, August 18, 1883. 

One Mile. — 4min. 14 2 osec, J. P. Jones, Harvard, May 31, 1913 ; 
4min. 15 2 /5sec, J. P. Jones, Cambridge, Mass, U.S.A., 
May 26, 1911 ; 4min. 15%sec, T. P. Comieff, Travers Island, 
New York, August 28, 1895 ( with pacemakers) ; 4min. 164 5 sec., 
J. Binks, Stamford Bridge, July 5, 1902 ; 4min. 17sec, F. E. 
Bacon, Stamford Bridge, July 6, 1895 ; 4min. 17 ^ sec, H 
Wolsh, Stamford Bridge, July 2, 1898 ; 4mm. 18%sec, W. G. 
George, Birmingham, June 21, 1884. 

One Mile Inter-club Belay Bace. — 3min. IS^sec. Irish-American 
A.C. (M. W. Sheppard 48%sec, H. Gissing 49%sec, J. Bosen- 
herger, 49sec, H. Schaaf 52sec), New York, September 4, 1911 
tiuiin. 32%sec. (4 sections— 220 (2), 440, and 880 yards), 
Polytechnic Harriers, Stamford Bridge, June 1, 1912. 

2.000 Yards. — 5min. 7J&sec, A. Shrubb, Stamford Bridge, 
September 26, 1903. 

11 Miles. — 5min. 37sec, A. Shrubb, Ibrox Park, Glasgow, June 
11, 1904. 

U Miles— 6min. 46 2/5 sec, T. P. Comieff, Bergen Point, N.J., 
September 2, 1895; 6min. 47%sec, A. Shrubb, Stamford 
Bridge, September 26, 1903. 

II Miles. — 8min. 2sec, A. Shrubb, Ibrox Park, Glasgow, June 
11, 1904. 

Two Miles. — 9min. 9% sec., A. Shrubb, Ibrox Park, Glasgow, 
June 11, 1904 ; 9min. 17%sec, W. G. George, Stamford 
Bridge, April 26, 1884. 

21- to 2| Miles. — 21, lOmin. 42sec; 2£, llmin. 55sec; 21, 13min. 
lOsec, A. Shrubb, Stamford Bridge, May 21, 1903. 

Three Miles.— 14mm. 17% sec, A. Shrubb, Stamford Bridge, 
May 21, 1903 ; 14min. 22%sec (on grass), A. Shrubb, Horsham, 
August 3, 1903. (In doing 5,000 metres in 16inin. 36% sec. 
H. Kolehmainen at the Olympic Games in 1912, probably well 
beat Shrubb's record, and it was unfortunate no time was taken 
for 3 miles at Stockholm.) 



258 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Si to 3! Miles.— 31, 15min. 43sec. ; 3i, 16min. 57%sec. ; 3J. 

18min. 12^ 5 sec. ; A. Shrubb, Ibrox Park, Glasgow, June 13, 

1904. 
Four Miles. — 19min. 23%sec., A. Shrubb, Ibrox Park, Glasgow. 

June 13, 1904. 

41 to 5 Miles. — 41, 20min. 50 2 /5sec. ; 4L 22rnin. 6^sec. ; 4|. 
23min. 23%sec. ; 5, 24min. 33 2 / 5 sec.. A. Shrubb, London. 
May 12, 1904. 

Six to Eleven Miles.— 6, 29min. 59 2 /oSec. ; 7, 35min. 4?ssec. '. 
8, 40min. 16sec. ; 9, 45min. 27%sec ; 30, oOmin. 40%sec. ; 
11, 56min. 23 2 /5sec. ; A. Shrubb, Ibrox Park, Glasgow. 
November 5, 1904. 

12 Miles. — 1 hour 2min. 43sec, S.Thomas, Heme Hill, Oct. 22,1832.' 

13 to 15 Miles. — 13. 1 hour 9min. 27*&sec.; 14, 1 hour 14mm. 
52sec; 15, 1 hour 20min. 43/5860.; F. Appleby, Stamford 
Bridge, July 21, 1902. 

16 to 20 Miles. — 16, 1 hour 28min. 46sec; 17, 1 hour 34min. 27sec 

18, 1 hour 40min. lOsec; 19, 1 hour 46min.; 20, 1 hour 51min- 

54sec.; G. Crossland, Stamford Bridge, September 22, 1894. « 
27 to 30 Miles. — 27, 2 hours 54min. 26sec.; 28, 3 hours 2min. 

Usee. ; 29, 3 hours 9min. 51sec.; 30, 3 hours 17min. 36^sec; 

J. A. Squires, Balham, May 2, 1885. 
31 to 36 Miles. — 31, 3 hours 30min. 37£sec.; 32, 3 hours 38min- 

56sec.; 33, 3 hours 48min. 29sec.; 34, 3 hours 56min. 39isee.i 

35, 4 hours 4min. 50sec.; 36, 4 hours 13min. 24£sec; J. A- 

Squires, Balham, April 11, 1885. 
37 to 41 Miles.— 37, 4 hours 21min. 12isec. : 38, 4 hours 29min. 

18isec. ; 39, 4 hours 37mii). 20|see. ; 40, 4 hours 46 min. 

54isec. ; 41, 4 hours 58min. 8isec, J. E. Dixon, Birmingham, 

December 29, 1884. 

42 to 50 Miles. — 42, 5 hours 6min. 203 5 sec. ; 43, 5 hours 14min. 
44sec. ; 44, 5 hours 23min. 3sec. ; 45, 5 hours 32min. 2sec. ; 
46, 5 hours 41min. 13sec. ; 47, 5 hours 49min. 37sec. ; 48, 5 
hours 58min. 10 3 /5sec. ; 49, 6 hours, 6min. 33sec. ; 50, 6 hours 
13min. 58sec. ; E. W. Lloyd, Heme Hill H., Stamford Bridge. 
May 12, 1913. 

51 to 81 Miles. — 51, 6 hours 57min. 50sec; 55. 7 hours, 39min. 

lOsec; 60, 8 hours 23min. 30sec; 65, 9 hours 20min. 51sec; 

70, 10 hours 9min. 25sec; 75, 10 hours 57min. 33sec; 80, 11 

hours 45min. 40sec; 81, 12 hours ; W. C. Davies, Agricultural 

Hall, September 9, 1880. 
82 to 90 Miles. — 82, 12 hours 49min. 50sec; 85. 13 hours 45min. 

20sec. ; 90, 15 hours ; A.W. Sinclair, Westminster, Nov. 29,1884. 
95 Miles. — 95, 16 hours 27min. 20sec, J. Saunders, New York, 

February 22, 1882. 
100 Miles. — 16 hours 7min. 43sec, S. Hatch, Chicago, July 24, 

1909 (not confirmed) ; 17 hours 36min. 14sec, J. Saimders, 

New York, February 22, 1882. 
Record for Half-an-Hour. — 6 miles 71 yards 6 inches, J. Bouin. 

Paris, November 16, 1911. 
Becord for One Hour. — 11 miles 1,421 yards. J. Bouin, (France), 

At the Stadion, Stockholm, July 6 

DETAILS OF WORLD'S RECORD. 



M. S. 

1 mile 4 53 

2 miles 9 57 

3 miles 15 

4 miles 20 6 

5 miles 25 13 

6 miles 30 21 



m. s. 

7 miles 35 25 

8 miles 40 31 

9 miles 45 40 

10 miles 50 46 

11 miles 55 64 

1 Hour. — 11 miles, 1,421 yards. 





HANS HOLMER, 

Ten Miles Professional World's Champion. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 2o7 

Bscord for Two Hours. — 20 miles 952 yards, H. Green, Harrodian 

A.C.. Stamford Bridge, May 12, 1913. 
Marathon, 26 miles 385 yards). — 2 hours 38mins, 16%sec, 

E. W. Lloyd, Heme Hill H., Stamford Bridge, May 12. 
1913 ; Windsor to Stamford Bridge, 2 hours 36min. 6%sec.,A-. 
Ahlgren, Sweden.Polytechnic Marathon, May 31, 1913. Gustave 
Ljungstrom (Stockholm) is said to have run this distance in 
2 hours 34inin. 8%sec, on the Polo Ground, New York, April 
2, 1910. 

AMATEUR WALKING. 

Quarter-Mile. — lmin. 22%sec, F. H. Creamer, Auckland, New 
Zealand, November 20, 1897 ; lmin. 23sec, H. L. Curtis, 
New York, September 19. 1831 ; lmin. 26sec, D. Fenton. 
London, September 26, 1896. 

Half-Mile. — 2min. 59sec, G. H. Goulding, Winnipeg, July 17. 
1909 ; 3min., F. H. Creamer, Auckland, New Zealand. 
November 20, 1897 ; 3min. 2% sec., F. P. Murray, New York. 
October 22, 1883; 3min. 4%sec, W. J. Sturgess, Stamford - 
Bridge, June 22, 1897. 

One Mile. — 3min. 22%sec, W. Murray, St. Kilda, Melbourne. 
Feb. 24, 1912 (not yet passed), 6 min. 23sec;, G. Goulding, 
Toronto, June 10, 1911 ; 6min. 26sec, G. E. Lamer, Manchester, 
July 13. 1904 ; 6min. 27% sec, F. H. Creamer, Auckland, 
New Zealand, November 20, 1897 ; 6min. '29%sec. 

F. P. Murray, New York, October 27, 1883. 

1J- Miles. — 10mm. 8%sec, W. J. Sturgess, Stamford Bridge, 

June 22, 1897. 
Two Miles. — 13min. 11% sec., G. E. Earner, Manchester, July 13, 

1904. 
Three Miles. — 2'0min. 25% sec. G. E. Lamer, Brighton, August 

19, 1905 ; 20min. 49%sec, A. C. Norman, South Africa. 
Four Miles. — 27min. 14sec, G. E. Earner, Brighton, August 19, 

1905. 
Five to Eight Miles. — 5, 36min. 0%sec. : 6, 43min. 26%sec. ; 

7, 50min. 50%sec; 8, 58min. 18%sec; G. E. Lamer, Stamford 

Bridge, September 30, 1905. 
Eight Miles. — 8, 1 hour Omin. 3sec (world's road record) ; W. J. 

Sturgess, Wembley Park, October 14, 1899. 
Nine and Ten Miles. — 9, 1 hour 7min. 37% sec; 10, 1 hour 15min. 

57%sec; G. E. Earner, The Stadium, London, July 17, 1903 ; 

10, 1 hour 15mins. 55secs. (unconirmed), H. V. L. Eoss, 

Milan, November 20, 1910. 

11 Miles. — 1 hour 25min. 53%sec; W. J. Sturgess, Stamford 
Bridge, October 3, 1896 ; 11, 1 hour 23mins. 53secs. (un- 
confirmed), H. V. L. Boss, Milan, November 20, 1910. 

12 and 13 Miles. — 12, 1 hour 34min. 34sec; 12, 1 hour 31min. 
56sec (unconfirmed), H. V. L. Ross, Milan, November 20,- 
1910 ; 13, 1 hour 42min. 59% sec; W. J. Sturgess, Putney, 
October 23, 1897. 

14 to 19 Miles. — 14, 1 hour 52min. 18%sec; 15, 2 hours Omin. 

43%sec; 16, 2 hours 9min. 39sec; 17, 2 hours 18min. 56%sec. 

18, 2 hours 28min. 52sec; 19. 2 hours 39min. 3 3 /ssee.; J. Butler. 

October 23, 1897. 
14 to 21 Miles (against Time).— 14, 1 hour 5 lmin. 43sec; 15, 2 

hours Omin. 27sec; 16, 2 hours 9min. 18sec; 17. 2 hours 

18min. 21sec; 18, 2 hours 27min. 47sec; 19. 2 hours 37min. 

47sec; 20, 2 hours 47min. 52sec; 21, 2 hours 57min. 25sec; 

T. Griffith, London, December 23, 1870, in an attack on Tiiua 

to co\ r er 21 miles in three hours. 



. 



258 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

20 Miles.— 2 hours 49mm. 26sec; J. Butler, October 23, 1897. 
H. V. L. Ross, Stamford Bridge, June 12, 1913. 

21 Mies. — 2 hours 58min. 16sec, H. V. L. Ross. Stamford Bridge, 
June 12, 1913. 

21 to 2G Miles 385 Yards (Marathon distance). — 21, 2 hours, 2min. 
42sec. ; 22, 2 hours 8min. 52%sec. ; 23, 2 hours, 15rnin. 27sec. ; 
24, 2 horns, 22min. 133ssec ; 25, 2 hours, 29mm. 29 2 /5sec. ; 
26, 2 hours 36min. 52 2 /5sec ; 26 miles 385 yards, 2 hours, 
38min. leasee ; H. Green, Harrodian A.C., Stamford Bridge, 
May 12, 1913. 

22 to 50 Miles. — 22, 3 hours llmin. 36sec; 23. 3 horns 21min. 
3sec; 24, 3 horns 30min. 23sec; 25, 3 hours 40min. 20sec, 
26, 3 hours Slmin. 2%sec; 27, 4 hours Omin. 45sec; 28, 

4 hours lOmin. 26sec; 29, 4 hours 20min. 6sec; 30, 4 hours 
29min. 52sec; 31, 4 hours 39min. 43sec; 32, 4 horns 49min. 
43sec: 33, 4 hours 59min. 31sec; 34, 5 horns 9min. 34sec; 
35, 5 hours 19min. 29sec; 36, 5 horns 31min. 14 sec; 37, 

5 horns 41min. 54sec; 38 5 hours 50min. 52sec; 39, 6 horns 
Imin. 8sec; 40, 6 hours llmin. 17sec; 41, 6 hours 21min. 
35sec; 42, 6 horns 3 lmin. 55sec; 43, 6 horns 42min. 9sec: 
44, 6 horns 52mm. 12sec; 45, 7 horns 3mm. 25sec; 46, 
7 hours 13min. 12sec; 47, 7 hours 23min. 18sec; 48, 7 hours 
33min. 15sec; 49, 7 hours 42min. 54sec; 50, 7 horns 52min. 
27sec. ; J Butler, Putney, June 12, 1905. 

51 to 27 Miles.— 51, 8 hours 16min. 22sec; 52, 8 horns 26min. 
27sec ; 53, 8 hours 36min. 40sec; 54, 8 hours 46min. 51sec 
55, 8 hours 57min. 5sec; 56, 9 hours 7min. 34sec; 57, 9 hours 
18inin. 18sec; 58, 9 hours 28min. 50sec; 59, 9 hours 39mm.; 
12sec; 60, 9 hours 49min. 45sec; 61, 10 horns Omin. 17sec, 
62, 10 hours llmin. 2 sec; 63, 10 hours 21min. 56sec; 64, 

10 hours 32min. 53sec; 65, 10 horns 43min. 54sec; 66, 10 hours 
54min. 57sec; 67, 11 horns 5 min. 34sec; 68, 11 horns 16min. 
9sec; 69, 11 hours 26min. 48sec; 70, 11 horns 37min. 57sec; 
71, 11 hours 48min. 47sec; 72, 11 horns 59 min. 49sec,T. PajTie, 
London, June 4, 1910. 

75 to 80 Miles. — 75, 13 hours llmin. 44sec; 80, 14 hours 

llmin. 18sec' T. E. Hammond, London, September 11-12,1908. 
85 Miles. — 15 hours 7min. 40sec, W. Brown, London, September 

17-18, 1909. 
90 to 130 Miles.— 90, 16 hours 9min. 50sec; 95. 17 horns 7min. 

50 sec; 100, 18 hours 4min. lO^sec; 105, 18 hours 58min. 

21sec; 110, 19 hours 58rain. 40 ^ sec; 115, 20 hours 54min. 

20sec; 120, 21 hours 52min. SS^sec; 125, 22 hours 48min. 

21%sec; 130, 23 hours 45min. 51sec, T. E. Hammond, 

London, September 11, 12, 1908. 
100 Miles.— 17 hours 25min. 22sec, T. E. Hammond, on the 

high road between London and Brighton, June 21, 22, 1907. 
Record for One Hour. — 8 miles 438 yards, G. E. Earner, Stamford 

Bridge, September 30, 1905. 
Record for Three Hours. — 21 miles 3471 yards, H. V. L. Ross, 

Stamford Bridge, Jme 12, 1913. 
Record for 5 Hours. — 41 miles 415 yards. — E. W. Lloyd, Heme 

Hill H. 
Record for 6 Hours.— 48 miles 368 yards.— E. W. Lloyd, Heme 

Hill H. 
Record for Eight Hours. — 50 miles 1 ,190 yards, J. Butler, Putney, 

June 12, 1905. 
Record for Nine Hours. — 55 miles 515 yards, T. Payne, London, 

.Time 4, 1910. 
Records for 10 to 12 Hours.— 10 hours, 60 miles, 1,712 yards, 

11 hours, 66 miles 826 yards,; 12 hours, .72 miles 33 yards, 
T. Payne, London, June 4, 1910. 



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Record for Twenty-four Hours. — 131 miles 5802 yards, T. E. 

Hammond, at The Stadium, London, September 11-12, 1903. 
On September 4, 1909, H. L. Ross, of the Tooting A.C., London. 

walked from Westminster Bridge, London, to the Aquarium, 

Brighton (521 miles) in the record time of 8 hours llmin. Usee. 

T. E. Hammond, London Stock Exchange to Brighton and 

back to London, 104i miles, 18 hours 13min. 37sec, June 21, 

22, 1907. 
Walking from Manchester to Blackpool, July 24, 1909, T. Payne. 

South Shields, completed the journey of olh miles in 7 hours 

43min. 53% sec. 
On March 29, 1907, T. E. Hammond, London, from Marble Arch. 

London, to the Mart yrs'Memorial, Oxford (54 k miles) in 8 hours 

51min. 14 % sec. 



AMATEUR JUMPING, FIELD EVENTS, &c. 

Standing Long Jump. — lift. 6in., M. Tsiclitiras, of Athens, at 

the Stadium, Athens, April 14, 1912 ; Bay C. Ewry, of Chicago. 

at New York, U.S.A., August 4, 1906 ; 12ft, 9 Mm, Jos. Chandler 

(with weights), at Carrick-on-Suir, August 28, 1898. 
Three Standing Jumps. — 38ft. 10in., Jos. Chandler (with weights). 

at Galbally, Tipperary, September 13, 1897 ; 35ft. 81in., R. C. 

Ewry, Buffalo, U.S.A., September 7, 1903. 
Running Wide Jump. — 24ft. llfin., P. J. O'Connor, Waterford, 

at Dublin/August 5, 1901 ; 24ft. HYsin., Albert Gutterson. 

The Stadium, Stockholm, July 1912 ; 24ft. 7Mn. M. Prinstem, 

Pennsylvania University, April 28, 1900 ; 24ft 4iin., A. C. 

Kraenzlein, Pennyslvania University, at New York, May 27. 

1899 ; 24ft. £in., W. J. M. Newburn, Dublin, July 16. 1893 ; 

23ft. 7Un., M. M. Reseingrave, Sydney, N.S.W., October 5. 

1896 ; 23ft. 10 lin. (grass take-off), P. J. O'Connor, at Dublin, 

August 5, 1901. 
Standing High Jump.— 5ft. 5Hn., Ray C. Ewry, Buffalo, U.S.A., 

September 7, 1901 ; 4ft. llfin., Jos. Chandler (with weights). 

G.A.A. Championship, Cork, August 14, 1898. 
Running High Jump. — 8ft. 6Un., George Horine, Stanford 

University, at Stanford, California, March 29, 1912 ; 6ft. 5 fin.. 

M. F. Sweeney, Travers Island, New York, September 21, 1395 ; 

eft. 4|in., P. Leahy, Mill-street, September 6, 1898. 
I?ole Jump. — 13ft. 2i-in., M. S. Wright, Cambridge (Mass.), June 3 

1912 ; 13ft. lin., R.A.Gardner, Philadelphia, June 1, 1912; 12ft 

lliixh, H. S. Babcock, The Stadium, Stockholm, July, 1912 , 

12ft. 101-in., L. S. Scott, Boulder, Colorado, May 27, 1910 ; 

12ft. 7iin., A. C. Gilbert,Philadelphia, June 6, 1908 ; 12ft, 4|in., 

Le Roy Samse, America, 1905. 
Running Hop, Step and Jump. — 51ft. 2 gin., D. Ahearne, New 

York, August 14, 1910. 
Two Hops and a Jump. — 51ft. 6 Jin., D. Ahearne, New York, 

May 30, 1910. 
Stand Hop, Step and Jump (with weights). — 35ft. lin.. H. 

Courtney, Dublin, July 26, 1896. 
Throwing 161b Hammer (from 9ft. circle) . — 187ft. 4in., M. 

McGrath, New York, October 29. 1911 ; 184ft. 4in., J. J. 

Flanagan, New Haven, Conn., July 24, 1909 ; 173ft. 10in., 

J. J. Flanagan, Dublin, August 3, 1908; (from 7ft. circle. 

170ft. 4in., J. F. Flanagan. The Stadium. London, July 14. 

1908; 153ft. 3in., G. E. Putnam, London, March 25, 1911 

(the record for either Oxford or Cambridge University). 

(unlimited run and follow up). — 19lft. 5in., M. McGrath, Ne*y 

York. September 29. 1912. 



. 



260 



FHE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Throwing 56113 Weight.— 40ft, 6 fin., M. McGrath, Montreal, 
September 23, 1911 ; 39ft, 3in., J. Flanagan, Dublin, September 
2, 1911. For height— 16ft, 6iin. P. Donovan, Los Angeles. 
October 23, 1912. Both hands— 90ft. 5 Urn, R. Rose, The 
ritadium, Stockholm, July 1912., 

Putting 161b Weight (7ft. run and no follow).— 51ft, R, Rose,, of 
California, August 21, 1909 ; 50ft. 3.9in., P. Macdonald, The 
Stadium, Stockholm, July, 1912 ; 48ft. 2in., D. Horgan, 
Queenstown, October 9, 1897. 

Tin-owing the Discus.— 158ft, llin.— A. Taipale (of Finland) 
Magdeburg, July 20, 1913. 148ft. 3 9-10in„ A. R, Taipale, The 
Stadium, Stockholm, July 12, 1912. Right and left hand— 271ft. 
10 7/10im, A. R. Taipale, The Stadium, Stockholm, July, 
1912 ; (8ft. 2iin. circle) right and left hand— 252ft. 8|in., 
J Duncan, unattached, Celtic Park, L.T., May 27, 1912. 
Right hand— 156ft. llin. ; left hand— 96ft, 7*in. 

Throwing the Javelin.— 200ft. llin., J. J. Saaristo, The Stadium, 
Stockholm, July 9, 1912 ; 198ft. 11 Mm, E. Lemming, The 
Stadium, Stockholm, July 7, 1912. Lemming is said to have 
beaten Saaristo's figures, but details of the feat have not reached 
this country, and there is said to be a doubt regarding Saaristo's 
201ft, 7iin. reported from Helsinfors in the Finnish trials in 
June, 1912. 



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PEDESTRIANISMe 



WINNERS OF SHEFFIELD HANDICAPS. 

1869. 

Date. Ground. Amt. Dist. Winners. Starts. 

Feb. 9 . . Queen's . . . . £80 . . 210 . . G. Batcliff e , Sheffield 69 

Mar. 30. .Hyde Park. .100. .209. .A. Smith, Sheffield 68 

May 18. .Queen's 100. .203. .P. Yates, Bury 64* 

July 27. .Hyde Park .. 70. .225. .J. Ross, Nottingham 68* 

Sept. 13. .Queen's .... 70. .207. .F. Owen, London 68* 

Nov. 24. .Hyde Park. .100. .209. .T. Darley, Sheffield 721 

Dec. 28. .Queen's ... .100. .206. .E. Taylor, Middletou . . . .67* 



1870. 

Mar. 1 . . Hyde Park . . 150 . . 210 . . C. Wright, Sheffield 66 

April 19. .Queen's 100. .204. .J. Hall, Notts 67 

J line 7 . . Hyde Park . . 100 . . 207 . . W. Alnscow , Manchester . . 69 

Aug. 9 . . Queen's 70 . . 209 . . J. Storey, Pendleton 67 

sept, 12. .Hyde Park. . 100. .203. .J. Davis, Sheffield 72 

Nov. 30. .Queen's 100. .200. .J. Clowry, Birmingham . .664 

Dec. 27. .Hyde Park. .100. .207. .A. Bowler, Sheffield 76 



1871. 

Feb. 20. .Queen's 100. .204. .J. SuUy, Arnold 

April 10. .Hyde Park. .100. .203. .A. Chapman, Sheffield. . 

May 30 . . Queen's 100 . . 201 . . J. Warren , Southampton 

Aug. 7 . . Hyde Park . . 100 . . 204 . . J. Davis , Sheffield 

Sept. 11. .Queen's 100. .202. .E. Whittaker, Bilston . . 

Nov. 29. .Hyde Park. .100. .203. .T. Oxley, Botherham . . 

Dec. 27. .Queen's 200. .200. .T. Smith. Notts 

Dec. 29. .NewhalL 150. .205. .J. Jepson, Sheffield 



73 

76 
731 
7°f 
72* 



1ST 



741 
73 

75* 



Feb. 13. .Hyde Park. .100. .205. .IT. Dobson, Bradford 

April 2. .Queen's 100. .201. .T. Grafton, Sheffield . 

May 21 . . Hyde Park . 200 . . 203 . . T. Denman , Barnsley 

May 21. .Newhall 200. .205. .J. Smith, Mansfield . . 

July 16. .Queen's 100. .207. .W. Baylis. Gainsford. 

July 22 . . Hyde Park . . 50 . . 201 . . G. Walsh , Boyton 

Aug. 13. .Newhall ... .100. .209. .W. Baylis, Gainsford 
Sept. 9 . . Hyde Park . . 100 . . 204 . . D. Wight , Jedburgh . . 

Nov. 27 . . Queen's 100 . . 202 . . H. Bullock, Hanley .. . 

Dec. 27. .Newhall 100. .210. .J. Warren, Southampton .761 

Dec. 30 . . Hyde Park . . 80 . . 203 . . T. Wood (not Cobbler) .... 76 i 



7U 
69* 
73* 
731 



1873. 

Feb. 25. .Hyde Park. .100. .205. .A. Williamson ,Charlestown7li 

April 15 . .Queen's 100. .203 . .G. Kirkby, Gonial 75f 

June 3. .Newhall 100. .205. .J. Turner, Blackburn 76* 

July 21 . .Hyde Park. . 100. .203. .J. Henderson, Belsey 75 

Sept. 8. .Queen's 100. .200. .G. Jackson, Barnsley 72* 

Nov. 26. .Newhall 100. .209. .G. Wallace, Thornley Clry.77i 

Dec. 27. .Hyde Park. .100. .206. .G. Jackson, Barnsley 74* 



262 THE SPORTING CHBOXICLE ANNUAL. 

1874. 



Date. Ground. Amt. 

Feb. 17.. Queen's 100. 

April 7 . . Newhall 100 . 

May 26. .Hyde Park. .100. 

July 21 . . Queen's 100 . 

Sept. 11. .Newhall 100. 

Nov. 25. .Hyde Park. .100. 
D>c. 28.. Queen's 100. 



Dist. Winners. Start3 

.203. .G. Jackson, Barnsley . . . .7H 

.210.. J. Barber, Attercliffe 80 

.203. .G. WaUace, Thornley Clry.72t 

.207. .W. Spriggs, Elksley 77£ 

.205. .T. Deighton. Chapeltown .73* 
.203. .J. Lambert, W. Bromwich.76 
.207. .B.. Grierson, Leadgate. . . .73i 



1875. 

Feb. 9. .Newbail . . .£100. .209. .C. Kitchen, Thorner 761 

Mar. 30. .Hyde Park. .100. .206. .T. Bennett. Cleckheaton. .79* 

May 18. .Queen's 100. .211. .J. Walks, London 78i 

May 22 . . Newhall 20 . . 176 . . W. Heap, Derby 62 h 

July 19 . . Newhall 100 . . 205 . . J. Wilkinson, Idle 77i 

Sept. 13. .Hyde Park. .100. .203. .S. Mounford, Silverdale . .78* 

Nor. 22 . .Newhall 20 . . 165 . . W. Abel, Wakefield 56 

Nor. 21 . . Queen's 100 . . 207 . . F. Payley , Woodhouse 78 

Dec. 28. .Newhall .... .100. .212. .J. Airton, Guisboro' 79i 

1876. 

Feb. 29. .Hyde Park. .100. .201. .G. Petley, Finchley 77 

April 18. .Queen's 100. .201. .J. Lucas, Bury 76j 

June 6 . . Newhall 100 . . 203 . . T. HayMn, Sheffield 77f 

July 29. .Hyde Park. .100. .205. .E. Taylor, Middleton 78i 

Sept. 9 . . Queen's 100 . . 201 . . W. Hudson, Sheffield 76 

Nor. 29. .Newhall 100. .207. .H. Shaw, Sheffield SO* 

Dec. 27. .Hyde Park. .100. .203. .G. Hines, Northampton . .77^ 



1877. 

Feb 13. .Queen's 100. .205. .J. Wilkinson, Idle 78 

Feb. 21. .Newhall 20. .110. .W. Wareham, Foles Hill. .29 k 

April 3. .Hyde Park. .100. .202. .J. Kitchen, Thorner 77* 

April 3 . . Newhall 100 . . 201 . . C. Lightfoot, Longton 82 

May 22. .Hyde Park. .100. .204. .T. Bakewell, Eadford 794 

July 17. .Queen's 100. .208. .W. Taylor, Jarrow 80* 

An* iq nnPPT.'« ^ iq^ / *T. Ingle, Newcastle, Staff.76 

Aug. lo. . Queen s . . . . 3d . . 19o ^ T Cart ^ T i g ht, Sedgeley . . 74 

Sept. 10. .Queen's 100. .215. .G. Petley, Finchley 83£ 

Nor. 27. .Hyde Park. .100. .206. .A. Witham, Sheffield 79 k 

Dec. 28. .Queen's 100. .203. .E. Bowell, Newburn 74fr 

* Dead-heat. 



1373. 

Mar, 6 . . Hyde Park . . 100 . . 21 1 . . H. Hutchins , Putney 81 

April 23. .Hyde Park. .100. .205. .J. C. Booth,Bradford,Lanc7 7j 

June 11. .Queen's 100. .209. .J. Bichards, Middlesboro'. 77 

July 23. .Queen's 100. .206. .E. Parsons, Ealing 77 1 

Sept. 9 . . Hyde Park . . 100 . . 204 . . E. Baytuo , London 78k 

Nov. 5. .Queen's 100. .201. .G. Heath, Talk-o'-th'-HiU.7'3r 

Dec. 27. .Hyde Park. .100. .203. .H. Shaw, Sheffield 73 i 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



263 



1879. 
Date. Ground. Amt. Dist. Winners. Starts. 

Feb. 25. .Hyde Park. .100. .202. .H. Hutching, Putney . . . .'72* 

April 15 . . Queen's 100 . . 208 . . J. Armstrong, Notts 79 J 

June 3 . . Queen's 100 . . 205 . . H. Tomkinson, HaJmerendTS I 

July 22. .Hyde Park. .100. .204. .J. Wilson, Birmingham. . .78* 

Sept. 8 . . Queen's 100 . . 200 . . E. Baytup, London 74* 

Nov. 4 . . Hyde Park . . 100 . . 203 . . J. W. Simms . Birmingham. 7 7i 
Dee. 27. .Hyde Park. .100. .200. .C. Lownds, Worksop ... .781 



Feb. 10. .Queen's . . . 
Mar. 30 . . Queen's . . . 
May 18.. Hyde Park. 
July 19. .Newhall ... 
Sept. 13 . . Queen's . . . 
Nov. 2.. Hyde Park. 
Dec. 27.. Hyde Park. 



1 00 
100. 
100. 
100. 
100 
1 00 , 
LOO. 



1880. 
.207. .W. Wright, H'nall T'kard.81 V 

.205. .W. Hudson, Sheffield 81 

.204. .W. Holgate, Burnley 80 

.200. .F. Yokes, Pontefract 77 

.203. .C. M'lver, Montreal 19h 

.205. .T. Powell, Sheffield 80£ 

. 202 . .J. Wilts, London 77 J 



Feb. 28. .Newhall . . 
April 19 . . Queen's . . , 
J une 6 . . Newhall . . . 
Aug. 1.. Hyde Park. 
Sept. 10. .NewhalJ . . . 
Nov. 7 . . Queen's . . . 
Dec. 27. .Queen's . . , 



1881. 

£100. .205. .W T . Hudson. Sheffield 80 

.100. .209. .W. Wright, H'nall T'kard.77 
.100. .208. .G. Smith. Pittsburg Jj.S. A. 76i 

.100. .202. .E. Moor, Southport 80£ 

.100. .200. .J. Wenney, Grimsby 79 

.100. .205. .B. Hinehcliffe, Lockwood.8U 
.100. .204. .W. Greaney, Westwood . .80* 



Feb. 21.. Hyde Park. 
April 11.. NewhaU .. . 
May 30 . . Queen's . . . 
July 18.. Hyde Park. 
Sept, 11.. Hyde Park. 
Nov. 6 . . Newhall . . . 
Dec. 27 . . Queen's . . . 
Dec. 27. .NewhaU . . . 



1882. 

.100. .203. .H. Hut chins, Putney 71 i 

.100. .201. .J. Ptobinson, Derby 80 

.100. .205. .T. Cartwright, Sedgeley . .80 
.100. .202. .W. Broadbent Oldham . . .781 

.100. .200. .W. South, Sheffield 82i 

.100. .202. .W. Spencer, Ilkeston 81 

.100. .203. .C. Walker, Barnoldswick. .80i 
.100. .203. .C. Lownds Worksop 821 



1883. 

Feb. 6 . . NewhaU 100 . . 201 . . J. Moody , Nottingdale ... 81 i 

Feb. 6. .Queen's 100. .205. .J. Briggs. Basford 85 

Mar. 27. .Hyde Park. .100. .200. .R. Ford, Halifax 82£ 

April 16. .Newhall 100. .200. .F. E. Cameron, Liverpool. 84 

May 15. .NewhaU ... .100. .202. .T. Gillon, Sheffield 84* 

July 10. .Queen's 100. .203. .T. Palmer, Sheffield 84i 

(*C. Burke, Accrington 85-£ 

, irf in TVT Pwh{ ,ii 10 n on J * p - Frith, Sheffield 87i 

Sept. 10. .NewhaU . . . .100. .204 , *j Gibson, Mordon Sl£ 

l*P. Gilmore, Spennymoor.84i 

Oct, 2 . . Hyde Park . . 100 . . 201 . . tG. Ellis, Sheffield 82 

Dec. 27. .NewhaU 100. .201. ,W. Martin, Sheffield 86 

* In the third heat of the second round, the Referee awarded 
the heat to J. Gibson, but the spectators were under the impres- 
sion that Frith had won, and took possession of the track. 
Eventually the stakes and bets were divided between C. Burke, 
Accrington, 85 1 ; P. Gilmore. Spemrymoor, 84i : J. Gibson. 
Mordon, 81i : and P. Frith, Sheffield, 871. t Postponed from 
September 8th an. 1 10th. 



264 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



Date. 
Feb. 26. 
Mar. 17 
April 15 
June 3 . 
July 21, 
Sept. 8 
Dec. 27, 



Feb. 17. 
April 7. 
May 26. 
July 27. 
Sept. 14. 
Dec. 28. 



Ground. 
. Newhall . . 
. Queen's . . 
. Newhall . . 
.Newhall . . 
.Hyde Park 
. Queen's . . 
.Newliall . . 



.Queen's , 
.Newhall . 
Queen's . 
.Newliall . 
.Queen's . 
.Newliall 



Mar. 9.. Queen's 
April 27. .Newhall 
June 15. .Queen's 
Aug. 2 . . Newhall , 
Sept. 13. .Queen's 
Dec. 28. .Newhall 



Feb. 22 . . Queen's 
April 12. .Queen's 
May 31 . . Queen's , 
July 25 . . Queen's 
Sept. 12.. Newhall 
Dec. 27. .Queen's 



Feb. 14. .Queen's 
April 3 . . Queen's 
May 22 . . Queen's 
July 16. .Queen's 
Sept. 10. .Queen's 
Dec. 27. .Queen's 



Mar. 5 . . Queen's 
April 23 . . Queen's 
June 11. .Queen's 
July 29. ".Queen's 
Sept. 9 . . Queen's 
Dec. 27. .Queen's 



1384. 
Amt. Dist. Winners. Starts. 

£100. .205. .J. Tattersall, Clitheroe 84* 

. .100. .204, .A.Williamson,Charlestown87* 
, .100. .204. .F. Morris, Alcester 84 * 

.100. .203. .J. Edwards, Derby 86 

.100. .201. .J. Isaacs (black), Sheffield. 84* 
. .100. .200. .W. Martin, Sheffield 80* 

.100. .200. .A. Williamson ,Cliarlestown85* 



1835. 

. .100. .202. .J. Fowler, Stratford 861: 

. .100. .196. .M. Johnson, Blackburn . .82* 
. .100. .200. .P. Gilmore, Spennymoor. .84s 

. .100. .198. .J. Tattersall, Clitheroe 80 

.100. .201. .W. H. Wright, Sheffield . .85V 



. .100. .202. .W. South, Sheffield 



35? 



1886. 
. .£100. .203. .H. M. Johnson, America. .83 
.. .100. .202. .M. Johnson. Blackburn . .83* 

. . .100. .205. .J. Garside, Sheffield 87* 

. . .100. .201. .T. Liddle, Blaydon 83 J 

. . .100. .204. .G. Lister, Chester Moor. . .86* 
. . .100. .202. .J. Moor, Wombwell S6 

1887. 

. . . 100 . . 201 . . J. Moor, Wombwell 87 

. . . 100 . . 205 . . H. Gent, Darlington 85 i 

. . .100. .204. .H. Gent, Darlington 82 

.. .100. .203. .1. Kay, Farnworth 85 

.. .100. .205. .W. Broadbent, Oldham . .86 
. . .100. .201. .F. Campbell, Selkirk 85* 



1838. 
.100. .202. .A. Thompson. M. Platting.83! 
.100. .203. .J. Eawson, Wood Green. .83 1 
.100. .204. .H. Simmonite, Sheffield . .89 

.100. .200. .C. Cutting, Brampton 82 

.100. .201. .A. YHiarton, Darlington. .77i 
.100. .202. .J. Bawson, Wood Green. .79? 



1339. 
. . .100. .203. ,G. Grant, Edinburgh. . . . 

. . . 100 . , 200 . . T. Burrows, Nelson 

. . .100. .206. .G. Brook, Winlayton Mill 
. . .100. .202. *E. S. Donoran, America. 

.. .100. .205. .J. Garside, Sheffield 

100. .200. .A. Jennings, Camberwell. 



82 
83* 
87* 



I 

81* 



f The real name of this man was Stephen J. Farrell, Connecticut. 



1890. 

Feb. 18. .Queen's 100. .206. .J. Collins, America 83* 

Mar. 16 . . Queen's 100 . . 880 . . A. Perkins, London 50 

April 8. .Queen's 100. .203. .F. Webster, Sheffield 33* 

May 28. .Sheaf House 100. .200. .J. Edwards, Derby 33* 

May 27. .Midland H . .100. .200. .J. Isaacs (black), Sheffield.37 

July 28. . Midland H . .100. .205. .P. Tyson, Oldham 37* 

Aug. 4 . . Sheaf House . 100 . . 203 . . M. Donlan, America 88 1 

Sept. 8. .Sheaf House.100. .205 . .J. V. Cunliflfe, Burnley 90* 

Dec. 27. .Sheaf House.100. .202. .C. Harper, Bulwell 8ui 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 255 

1891. 
Date, Ground. Amt. Dist. Winners. Starts. 

Feb. 10. .Sheaf House.100. .200. .H. Hutcliins, Putney 78 

Mar. 31 . .Sheaf House.100. .204. .T. Kerr, Leeds 874 

May 19. .Sheaf House.100. .202. .T. Mellor. Burnley 87 

Aug. 3 . . Sheaf House.100 . . 203 . . J. TattersaU , Clitheroe 85 1 

Sept. 7. .Sheaf House.100. .206. .V. Darley, Sheffield 90 1 

Nov. 9. .Sheaf House.100. .201. .E. Lord, Leicester 85 J 

Dec. 28. .Heeley Eec.100. .205. .A. Marriott, Sheffield 884 

Dec. 29. .Sheaf House.100. .203 . .T. Nutter, Nelson 834 



1892. 

Feb. 29. .Sheaf House.100. .202. .C. Parramore, Sheffield. . .83 

Mar. 1 . . Heeley Rec. . 100 . . 202 . . P. Tyson, Oldham 874 

April 19. .Heeley Rec. 100. .202. .T. Hendry, Newcastle 88 

April 19. .Sheaf House.100. .202. .H. Thorpe, Sheffield. 85J 

June 7 . .Sheaf House.100 . . 202 . . J. Heppenstall. Sheffield . .86 

Aug. 1 . . Heeley Rec. . 100 . . 205 . . W. Hall , Bradford 89 i 

Sept. 5. .Sheaf House.100. .205. .Or. Revill, Newcastle 84* 

Dec. 28. .Heeley Rec. 100. .206. .G. Revill, Newcastle 88 



1893. 

Feb. 14. .Sheaf HouseHOO. .200. *J. Early, America 824 

April 4. .Heeley Rec. 100. .203. .W. Schofield,Featherstone894 
May 23. .Sheaf House.100. .201. .W. Schoneld,Featherstone854 
Sept. 4. .Heeley Rec. 100. .200. ,H. Baxter, Rotherham . . .841 

Dec 28. .Sheaf House.100. .202. .C. Harper, Bulwell ,82£ 

* Late Donovan. 



1894. 

Mar. 26. .Sheaf House 100. .200. .S. Airey, Salford 87 

*Dec.28. .Sheaf House. 85. .201. .F. Handley, Sheffield 831 

* The two minor handicaps, 300 Yards and One Mile, weri 
added to make up the usual £100. 



1897. 

Sept. 27 . . Heeley 50. . 130. .R. Jackson. Hull 6 

Nov. 8. .Heeley 50. .130. .G. Epps, Oldham 204 

Dec 29. .Heeley 90. .130. .R. Bannister, Sheffield ... 3 



1898. 

Feb. 21 . .Ball Inn Gds. 90. .130. .A. Kinnear, N'castle-on-T.12 
x\pril 18 . . Ball Inn Gds. 90 . . 1 30 . . W. Yates, Burnley ...... 15 4 

May 31 . .Ball Inn Gds. 90 . . 130 . . A. Wragg, Heeley 164 

July 11 . .Ball Inn Gd3. 90 . . 130. .T. F. Keane, America 104 

Sept. 5. .Ball Inn Gds.100. .130. .T. F. Keane, America 94 

Nov. 7 . . Ball Inn Gds.100 . . 130 . . H. Baxter , Rotherham ... 16 

Dec 28. .Pigeon Cote. 90. .120. .W. Newton. Croft 154 

Dec 29. .Ball Inn Gds.100. .130. .J. Prestage, Darleston 16 



1899. 
Feb. 13.. Ball Inn Gd3. 90. .200. .T. F. Keane, America. 



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WINNERS OF EDINBURGH HANDICAPS, 
£130 130yds , at POWDERHALL GROUNDS. 



188 1. Starts. 

T. Williamson, Hawick. .16 
G. Spottiswood, Carlisle. 14* 

L. Gravot, Leith 19 

G. Tindall, Gateshead. . .14* 
Won by * yard. 

1882. 
R. Muir, Edinburgh.... 11 
E. Andrews, Edinburgh. 8 
J. Laws, South Shields. . 31 

J. Tait, Edinburgh 13 

Won by 4 inches. 

1883. 
W. Davis. Edinburgh. . 10* 

J. Hill, Edinburgh 6i 

J. Chapman, Broxburn . . lOf 

R. llindle, Paisley 10 J 

Won by 6 yards. 

1884. 

W. Clark, Jarrow 12* 

W. W T att, Edinburgh . . .154 
G.Cruickshauks . Ab'rdeenl6 * 
G. Webster, Edinburgh. 17 
Won by 1 yard. 12isec. 

1885. 
T. Elliot, Sunderland . . .131 
W. Duncan, Edinburgh. 20 
G. Webster, Edinburgh. 17* 
W. G. Ross, Glasgow. . . .14* 
Won by 1 yard, 12see. 

1886. 
T. Hendry, Newcastle. . .14* 
C. Albert, Edinburgh. . .22 
J. Hunter, Edinburgh . .21 
W. Duncan, Edinburgh. 17* 
Won by i yard. 12%sec. 

1887. 
J. Hamilton, Queensferryl3 
G. Grant, Edinburgh . . .15 
G. Spottiswood, Carlisle. 11* 

J. Paterson, Hawick 9* 

Won by 1 foot. 12 j sec. 

1888. 
G. Grant, Edinburgh . . .13*. 
J. McDonald. Glasgow. .16 
J. McGregor, Tillicoultry 16* 
J. Hanson, Wood Green. 7 
Won by 1* yards. 12V6sec. 

1889. 

W. W 7 atson, York 13 

H. Laing, Penicuick 14* 

O. Munro, Edinburgh. . .13* 
R. D. Brown, Galashiels. 12* 
W T on by 1 foot. 12*sec. 

1890. 
J. Jackson, Hawick ... .10 

B. Burns, Darlaston 12 

W. Johnston. Paisley. . .11* 
R. French, Edinburgh. .171 
Won by * yard. 12 9 £ sec. 



1891. Starts. 

1. J. Jack, Leith IS 

2. D, Grieve, Edinburgh. . .12* 

3. J. Lawson, Duddingston.13* 

4. G. Carrol , Winchburgh . . 12 * 
Won by 1 foot. 12 M> sec. 

1892. 

1. W. Hunter, Shettleston. 9 

2. W. Cross, Edinburgh . . .11 

3. A. Brownlee, Broxburn. 15 

4. R. Leslie, Edinburgh ... 15 
Won by 1 foot. 13%sec. 

1893. 

1. A. Douglas, Leith 15 

2 J. Andrews, Leith 17i 

3. J. Bee, Dalkeith 14* 

4. R. Leslie, Edinburgh. . .14* 
Won by I yard. 12Vfcsec, 

1894. 

1. E. Gordon, Edinburgh. .16 

2. J. Jack, Leith 12* 

3. A. Bumside, Edinburgh. 14* 

4. G. Torrance, Edinburgh. 11* 
Won by 6 inches. 12*fcsec. 

1895. 

1. S. Bowstead, Byker .... 9 

2. J. Wilkinson, WalkergatelO* 

3. A. Duncan, Edinburgh. .11* 

4. W. Purdie, Edinburgh. .11 
Won by * yard. 12%sec. 

1896. 

1. J. Cowan, Jamestown ..12* 

2. G. Duncan, Langholm . .12* 

3. R. Carter, Sunderland ..9* 

4. W. Wilkins, Eckington.. S 
Won by * yard. 12*sec. 

1897. 
1. W. Russell, Biggar 13* 

2 J. Redshaw. Durham. . . 7 

3. W. Hardman, ManchesterlO 

4. S. Burns, Glasgow 13 

Won by 1 yard. 12%sea 

1893. 

1. G. Duncan, Langholm. .10* 

2. F. Sharp, Edinburgh . . .15* 

3. J. Henderson, Galashieis.13* 

4. W. Wilkins, Eckington . 7 
Won by 2 yards. Three yards 

outside 12sec. 
1899. 

1. D. Roberts, Leith 16 

2. R. Daris, Drymen 14 

3. R. Nisbet, Corstorpliioe.16 

4. J. Ferguson, Dundee.. . .13* 
Won by 2 yards. 12V6sec, 

1900. 

1. E. Nener, Wavertree ... 6* 

2. J. D. Brown, Edinburgh. 14 

3 F. Sharp. Edinburgh 12* 

4. T. Johnstone, Leith 13* 

Won by inches. 12 2 /5sec 



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Winkers of Edinburgh Handicaps — Continued. 



1901. Starts. 

1. D. Boberte, Leith 6J 

2. D. Stevenson, Leith 12 

3. T. Winsper, Darlaston.. 9 

4. D. Hamilton, Broxburn. 14£ 
Won by li yards. 12%sec. 

1902. 

1. B. B. Day, Glasgow 10 

2. J. Hassell, TJddingston. .14 

3. T. Brandon, Edinburgh. 12 £ 

4. J. Wilson, Newcastle ... 9 
Won by 1 yard. 12?&sea 

1903. 

1. J. A. Garside, Edinburgh. 13 

2. J. Walker, Glenfarg 14 

3. J. S. Christie, Edinburgh. 13 \ 

4. J. Nelson, Kilwinning. . .13 
, Won by three-parts of a yard. 

Three yards over 12sec. 

1904. 

1 J. Muir. Leith 14 

2. C. J. Munro, Edinburgh. .16 

3. H. Cook, Helensburgh . . .10 

4. J . Nelson. By ton 13 

Won by a yard. A yard 

worse than 12sec. 

1905. 

1. J. Tnnes, Portsoy 121 

2. G. Galbraith, Edinburgh 14 J 

3. W. Nicolson, Edinburgh. 14 i 

4. J. Muir, Leith 4 

Won by nearly a yard. 121sec. 

1906. 

1. W. McGuire, Leith 151 

2. J. Waddell. Linlithgow. .15 

3. T.Allen. Leith 16 J 

4. C. Thomas, Lass wade . .15 
Won by 4 yards. 12sec. 

1907. Starts 

1. B. Baisbeck, Edinburgh. 124 

2. J. T. DingwalI,Kirklistonl4i 

3. G. Wylie, Edinburgh . . . 12i 

4. W. Dales, Houghton ... 6£ 
Won by three-quarters-of-a- 

yard; a foot. Just inside 12£sec. 



I 1903. Starts. 
II. G. Walker, Cupar 11 

2. A. Bernard, Edinburgh. 131 

3. P. Millar, Guardbridge. .14 

4. D. Boss, Glasgow 12 k 

Won by three yards ; a foot. 

One yard worse than 12see. 
1909. 

1. S. Stewart, Leith (£80) . . 15 

2. J. Muir, Leith (£8) 8£ 

3. W. Biggars, Addiewell. . . 11 

4. T. Alexander, Edinburgh .10 
Won by half a yard : a foot, 

3* yards inside 13sec. 
1910. 

1. J. Eiach, Batho (£100 and 

medal) 13 V 

2. A.Adams, Portobello (£8) 11* 

3. A. Henderson, Edinburgh 13 

4. W. B. Philip, Leven 13 

Won by half a yard; a yard 

and a half. A yard faster 
than 13sec. 

1911. 

1. J. Paris, Edinburgh (£100 

and medal) 15 

2. G. E. Wyllie, Bo'ness, (£8) 141 

3. A. G. Gunn. Bervie (£3).m 

4. A. Peebles, Edinb'gh (£1) 8 k 
Won by a yard and a quarter; 

six inches. 12isec. 
1912. 

1. F. Donaldson, Broughton 

(£100 and gold medal) . 15 

2. J. S. Mather, Edin. (£8) .141 

3. H. Cowan, Leven (£3) . . .12i 

4. B. Wallace, Cwdbth (£1)LU 
Won by 1* yards : a foot. 

Time, a yard worse than 12 sec. 
1913. 

1. M. Hendry, Jedburgh (£100 

and gold medal) .... 11 

2. A.Peebles,Edinburgh(£8)ll 

3. A. Beed, London (£3). . .11 

4. J. Davies, Bargoed (£1). 9i 
Won by a foot ; a yard. 

Time, 11 13/16sec. 



POWDERHALL MARATHON. 1 

(From 1910 to 1912, inclusive, the distance was 26 miles, 385 yards, 
but in 1913 the distance was altered to 15 miles.) 

1911. 

1. Hans Holmer, America (£75 
and Challenge Cup) 

2. P. J. White. Dublin 

3. C. W. Gardiner, Lewishara 

4. J.. Bouchard, France 
Time, 2 hours 32mm; 21 4ssec. 



1910. 

1. J. Price, Birmingham (Cup 

and £75) 

2. F. Clark, Lochgelly 

3. J. Morris, Edmonton 

4. A. Lynch, Dublin 

Time, 2 hours 40min. 7*sec. 



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POWDEKHALL MAKATHOZS Continued. 



1912. 

1. W. Kolehniainen, Finland 

(£75 and Challenge Cup). 

2. H. Holmer, America. 

3. F. S. Cameron, Nova Scotia. 

4. P. White, Donabate. 
Time, 2 horns 32min. 56isec. 



1913— (15 miles). 

1. G. Dinning-, Dalston (£75 

and Challenge Cup) 

2. W. N. Queal, America (£10) 

3. J. W. Kitchener, Kent (£5) 

4. ( r. Macrae, Barknock (£3) 
Time, 1 hour 21min. 45sec« 



NEWCASTLE £100 125yds. HANDICAPS. 

1910. 

*.— P. Murray, Thirsk 14^ 

t. — ,T. W. Thompson, Gateshead 17 

3. — J. Harper, Newcastle 17£ 

4.— F. G. Goldsmith, London 10* 

Dead heat ; a foot. Four yards inside 12sec. _ ,. : 
1911. 

1.— W. Wattie, Byker 14 

2.— J. Hintoon, Newcastle 13 

3.— W. Walker, South Shields 16 

4. — J. Helens, Newcastle 16£ 

Yard ; half a yard. Time, ll%sec. 
1912. 
(Distance 120 Yards.) 

1.— F. West, Newcastle 13! 

2.- — F. Teuton, Manchester 91 

3.— A. E. Ellson, Sheffield 12 

4. — .1 . Dunn. Bomersund 13{- 

Won by a yard andfa half ; inches. Time, ll%sec. 
1913.— Easter. 

1— W. Hudspeth, Byker 17 i 

2. — J. Howard, Newcastle 11 

3.— A. Marshal], North Shields 16 i 

4.— T. Davison, Gateshead 17 

Won by k a yard ; . same, Time, 6i yards inside 12secs. 



£140 130yds. PONTYPRIDD HANDICAP. 



1903. /Starts. 

1. H. Howden, Edinburgh. 13 

2. W. Isherwood, Bridgend. 12 \ 

3. W. H. Harrison, Cardiff. 10 

4. Joe Wnite, Els wick 61 

Won by three-quarters of a 

yard. 12 2 / 5 sec. 

1904. 

1. F. Coombes, Tonypandy.l2i 

2. Joe White. Elswick 7 

3. A. T. Jenkins, Bedlinog.18 

4. D. Evuis, Tonypandy. .16 
Won by a foot. 12% sec. 

1905. 

1. A. J. Graham, Cardiff. .10* 

2. Geo. Bailey. Salford 5 

3. P. S. Lisk, Penygraig. . . 81 

4. T. McLean, Cardiff 11 

Won by inches. 121 sec. 

1906. 

1. D. Christopher.Edinbui-gh 5 

2. W. T. Davies, Blackwood 8 

3. W. A. Rees. Port Talbot . 13 

4. T. Adams. Swindon ..... 12 

Won by inches. 12 1 sec. 



1907. Starts. 

1. C. Evans, Tenby. 10 

2. D. E. Thomas, Treforest.13 

3. W. T. Davies, Blackwood 5 \ 

4. T. Taylor, Cardiff 11 

Won by li yards. 12^5 sec. 

1908. 

1. B. R. Day. Blackpool. . . 3± 

2. R. O. Rees, Glanamman.l3£ 

3. F. J. Thomas,Pontymoilel2£ 

4. T. Adams, Swindon. . ...13* 
Won by inches. 12isec. 

1909. 

1. C. E. Holway, America. . 2 i 

2. F. J. Thonias.PontymoilelH 

3. R. O. Rees, Glanamman.10* 

4. T. G. Thomas. Pencoed.13 
Won by half a yard. 122/ 5 sec. 
*The Prize Money this year was 

increased from £100 to £110. 



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269 



1910. 

1. W. Thomas, Merthyr . . .14 

2. T. W. Meredith, Cardiff. 12 

3. T. H. Oldrield, Cardiff. . . 14 

4. T. Winsper, Darlaston . . 10 J 
Won by a yard and a half. 

12 i sec. 

1911. 

1. T. H. Oldtield, Cardiff. . . M 

2. A. Rowe, Pontycymmer.l2£ 

3. R. O. Rees, Gianamman. 8 

4. F. J. Goldsmith, London. 5 
Won by inches. 12 2 /ssec. 

1912. 

1. M. J. Crowley, Cardiff 

(£100 and Gold Medal) . 1G 

2. J. Davies, Bargoed (£15) 91 



1912— Continued. 

3. W. F. Hall, Clydach (£5) 17 

4. L. D. Stoddart, Penygraig 

(£2) 11 1 

Won easily by 34 3 r ards; 4 
yards. Davies was penalised a 
yard for going over his mark. 
Time 12sec. 

1913. 

1. J. Helens, Newcastle (£100 

and gold medal) 15 

2. F.C.Davies, Cardiff (£15). 13 

3. C. R. Burgess, Pontypridd 

(£5) 17 

4. J. Donaldson, Australia. scr. 
Won by a yard raid a half ; 

half a yard. Time, 11 11/10 sec. 



CARDIFF STADIUM HANDICAPS. 

£100 130 yards Handicap, June 22, 23, 1911. 

1.— W. Phillips, Mountain Ash 141 

2.— T. H. Oldfield, Cardiff 9 

3,— P. S. Thomas, Cardiff 13 

4— C. E. Williams, Cardiff Hi 

Won by niches. 12%sec. 

£100 880 yards Handicap, July, 1911. 

1.— E. J. Quinlan, Nantymoel (£80) 75 

2.—W. A. Davies, Glyn Neath (£10) 65 

3.— F. C. Davies, Tenby (£4) 10 

4.^— J. 3. Evans, Pontypridd (£2) 53 

Won by three yards ; five yards, lmin. 56sec. 

£200 100 yards Handicap, September 2, 4, 1911. 

1.— W. Roberts, Cardiff (£125) 8i 

2.—Ted Thomas, Merthyr (£25) 13 

3.— J. Davies, Neath (£11) 7 

4.— G. G. Powell, Tredegar (£5) 9 

Won by inches ; six inches. A shade over 9%sec. 

£209 100 yards Handicap, Aug. 81, and Sept. 2, 1912. 

1.— Bomb. W. T. Wells, London (£125 and Gold 

Medal) 10i 

2.— L. D. Stoddart, Penygraig (£25) 8 

3.— A/Rosewarne, Cardiff (£11) 12 h 

4.— W. E. Grant, Pontypridd (£5) Hi 

Won by a yard and a half ; inches. 9 3 5 sec. 

£100 Marathon (15 miles) June 26, 1912. 

1— -Private J. Stanton (late R. Stilton). 
2. — W. Kolehmainen, Finland. 
3. — Henri Siret, France. 
4. — C. W. Gardner, Lewisham. 
Time 1 hour 22min. 231^ sec. 



270 THE SPOETING CHEOX1CLE AXXUAL. 

Cahdiff Stadium Handicaps — Continued. 
£100 220 yards Handicap, Dec. 26, 1912 anil Jan. 11, 1913. 

1.— J. Sullivan, Barry Dock (£75) 27 

2. — J. Donaldson, Australia (£10) scr. 

3.— T. Meredith, Cardiff (£5) 16 

4 — E, Blackmore, Cardiff (£2) 20 

Won by two and a half yards ; a yard. Time, 21 6. I6sec 

f 100 130 yards Handicap, April 12, 14, 1913. 

1. — J. Donaldson, Australia (£75 and Gold 

Medal) scr. 

2.— T. Meredith, Cardiff (£10) 10 

3.— C. B. E, Burgess, Pontypridd (£5) 16f 

4.— W. H. Tombs, Cardiff (£2) 17 

Won by a yard; a foot. Time, 12 10/16sec. 

£100 100 yards Handicap, August 23, 25, 1913. 

1.— H. Daries, Merthyr (£70) 12 1 

2.— I. Beynon, Cadoxton (£15) 151 

3.— W. Bond, Cardiff (£5) lit 

4.— H. Hughes, Cheltenham (£2) 12 1 

Won by inches; a yard. Time, 9 7/16 sec. 



"SPORTING CHRONICLE » CARNIVAL. 
Old Trafford, Manchester, August 2 and 3, 1912. 

£150 130 yards Handicap (" Chronicle " Sprint). 

1.— E. E. Walker, South Africa (£100) .... 2 
2.— J. Bell, Heywood (£20) . . 10 

3. — J. Nicholson, Greenwich (£10) 11 

4.— H. Lester, St. Helens (£5) 13 

Won by a yard ; a foot. 12 9/16sec. 

£75 120 yards International Handicap. 

1.— E. E. Walker, South Africa (£50) 1 

2.— A. B. Postle, Australia (£12 10s.) £ 

3.— T. Meredith, Wales (£7 10s.) 8 

4. — J. Donaldson, Australia (£5) Scratch 

Won by a yard ; inches. 11 9/16sec. 

£75 300 yards Handicap. 

1.— J. Eamsay, Edinburgh (£50) 25 

2.— H. Cowan, Edinburgh (£12) 18 

3.— T. Meredith, Cardiff (£7) 20 

4.— P. J. Goldsmith, London (£2) 13 

Won by two yards ; foot. 30 6/16sec. 

£50 Half-Mile Handicap. 

1. — A. E. Hodgson, Ogden Vale (£40) 50 

2. — W. G. Cummings, Annan (£7) 30 

3.— P. C. Davies, Tenby (£3) 10 

4. — J. Driver, Bolton (£1) 30 

Won by four yards ; foot. lmin. 56 12 16see. 



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Salford F.C. Grouud, Weaste, August 2, 4, 1913. 
£12 (Second Class) 80 yards Handicap. 

1.— W. Holland, Pendleton (£9) 101 

2.— C. Cawdry, Salford (£2) 151 

3.— W. Barker, Openshaw (£1) 10* 

4— W. Haddock, Stockton 3* 

Won by half a yard. Time, 7 14/16sec. 

£130 130 yards Handicap. 

1.— E Carter, Australia (£100) 7 

2.— G. H. Green, Manchester (£15) 13i 

3.— F. B. Simpson, Chester (£7) 12 

4.—H. Lester, St. Helens (£2) 13 

Won on the tape ; a foot.; half a yard. Time, 11 14/16sec. 

£30 300 yards Handicap. 

1.— T. Brandon, Edinburgh (£22) 28 

2. — J. Donaldson, Australia (£5) scr. 

3.— W. Haddock, Stockton (£2) .23 

I.— P. C. Davies, Tenby (£1) 19 

Won by 2 yards ; a yard. Time, 29 12/16sec. 
Donaldson's time, 29-61/64sec. (a world's record.) 

£30 880 yards Handicap. 

1.— J. Harris, Addiewell (£22) 55 

2.— J. W. Gilmore, Pendleton (£5) 65 

3.— C. E. Bergmeier, Australia (£2) 20 

J. Tomlinson, Settle, 55, finished first but was disqualified for 
not keeping a straight course. Time, Imin. 56sec. 

£80 10 Miles Championship. 

1. — Hans Holmer, America. 
2. — Jean Yermeulen, France. 
3. — Private Stanton, England. 
4. — George Dinning, England. 
5. — Pat Fagan, Ireland. 
Won by 80 yards ; 30 yards ; 20 yards. Time, 53min. ll%sec. 



BLACKPOOL £100 130 yards HANDICAP. 

Whitegate Park, August 7 and 8, 1912. 

1.— W. Brelsford, Burnley (£70) 15 

2.— R. H. Findley, Middleton (£12) 15 1 

3.— G. Twiss, Manchester (£3) 18 

4.— J. Chadwick, Bolton (£1) 13 1 

Won by three-quarters of a yard ; half a yard. 
Three yards worse than 12 sec. 

Whitegate Park, September 14 and 16, 1912. 

1.— G. Twiss, Manchester (£70) 17 

2.— J. Brown, Salford (£12) 18 

3.— II. Buck, Leeds (£3) 12 

4.— T. Holcroft, Leigh (£1) : 16* 

Won by a foot ; half a yard. 12 7/16sec. 

Whitegate Park, August 6 and 7, 1913. 

1.— F. G. Lyall, Stamford (£70) 17 I 

2.— E. Beswick, Oldham (£12) 16 

3.— F. B. Simpson, Chester (£3) Ill 

4.— H. Lester, St. Helens (£1) 12! 

Won by inches ; a foot. Time, 121 sec. 



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AUSTRALIAN HANDICAPS 

Past Winners of Stawell Easter Gift, 
Year Winner Yards 

1890— J. Mldson 11 

1891— H. Martin 13 

1892— A. Heppner 12 

1893— F. J. Hough , 124 

1891— P. J. Breen 11 

1895— W. E. Joy 5 

1896— E. G. Nesbitt Ill 

1897— G. Stuckey 12 

1898— J. S. Lewis 11 

1899— N. C, Clarke 14i 

1900— D. Strickland ... 10 

1901— E. T. Kenny 14 

1902— A. Tredennick Ill 

1903— H. Dew 12 

1901— J. F. Flanagan 10 

1905— C. N. McKenzie 101 

1906— E. W. Thompson 10 

1907— C. A. Knox 121 

1908— C. King 12 

1909— H. Rigby Ill 

1910— T. Dancey 13 

1911— D. H. Devine 13 

1912— E. Carter Ill 

1913— E. A. George 121 



130 Yards. 

Time 
Hi 
HI 
12 
Hi 
11* 
12i 
121 
12 % 
11% 
11% 
12 
12 

12 % 
12 % 
12Ys 
12 

12% 

11% 

11% 
n% 
n% 

12% 

12% 



Past Winners of Maryborough Highland Socisrr 
Sheffield Handicap, 130 Yards. 

1891— H. Thompson 11 . . 12 

1892— J. Doclan 10 . . 11% 

1893— J. Bishop 10 . . 11% 

1894— P. D. O'Halloran 9 . . 12 

1895— D. Braithwaite 41 .. 12 

1896— A. E. Cummins 6 .. 11% 

1897— J. J. Kenny 12 . . 11% 

1898— C. A. Vary 10 . . 12% 

1899— W. P. Fitzgerald .... 8 . . 12 

1900— W. M'Manus 4 . . 12 

1901— R. M ; Donald 9 . . 12 % 

1902— G. M'Namara 12 . . 12 

1903— W. Gibbons 12 ..12 

1904— J. Todd 91 .. 12% 

1905— A. Ayers 11 . . 12 

1906— A. B. Postle 4 . . 12 

1907— W. Waiiis 13 . . 12 

1908— H. Kiley 12 .. 12 

1909— N. J. Brewer 121 .. . 12i 

1910— G. L. Flack 14 . . 12 

1911— S. F. Gannon 141 .. 11% 

1912— F. White. 13 .. 11% 

1913— W. T. Gibson 10 ... 11% 



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CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES, 1909 to 1913. 

220 Yards. — N. J. Cartmell, America, 1 ; A. B. Postle, Australia, 

2. Four yards, 2Hsec. At Stoke, December 18, 1909. 
100 Yards. — J. Donaldson, Australia, 1 ; A. B. Postle, Australia. 
2 ; C. E. Holway, America. 3. Two and a half yards. Official 
time : 9|secs. At the Stadium, Johannesburg, February 12, 
1910, for £600. 
50 to 75 l T ards. — At Johannesburg Stadium, April 4, 1910, 
A. B. Postle and J. Donaldson, contested the best two out of 
three sprints for a purse of £100. Results : 

Distance Winner Time Won by. 

50yds Postle 5fsec 12in. 

655'ds Donaldson .6£sec Inches. 

75yds Donaldson . . 71? bc Inches. 

3 30 Yards. — C. E. Holway, America, 1 ; J. Donaldson, Australia. 
2. Won by four inches. LSisec. Against the wind. Donaldson 
pulled up lame. Taff Yale Park. Pontypridd, August 1, 1910. 
One Mile. — H. A. Wilson, England, 1 ; N. Conway, Australia, 2, 
Won easily, 4min. 362/ 5 sec. Johannesburg, December 17. 1910. 
100 Yards. — J. Donaldson, Australia, 1 ; R. E. Walker, South 
Africa, 2. At 60 yards Walker fell. 9|sec. At Johannesburg; 
December 26, 1910. 
880 Yards.— H. A. Wilson. England, 1 ; N. Conway, Australia, 2. 
Three yards, 2min. S^sec. Johannesburg, January 11, 1911. 
Run on 250 yards track in artificial light. 
75 to 120 Y^ards. — At Lord's Ground, Durban, South Africa. 
February 4, 1911, A. B. Postle (Australia) and " Major " A. A, 
Taylor (Tasmania) ran three sprints. Results : — ■ 

Distance Winner Tune* Won by 

75yds Postle 7sec 5ft. 

100yds Postle 9 4 / 5 sec Inches. 

120yds Taylor 12%sec Inches. 

* Strong breeze behind the runners. 
880 Yards. — F. M. Kanaly, America, 1 : F. C. Davies, Tenby, 2. 
Won by two yards. Time, lmin. 56^sec. At Pontypridd, 
August 25, 1911. 
One Mile. — F. M. Kanaly, America, 1 ; H. A. Wilson, England, 2. 
Won by 150 yards. Time, 4min. 22sec. At Blackpool, 
September 1, 1911. 
One Mile and a Half.— F. M. Kanaly, America, 1 ; W. T. Clarke, 
Liverpool, 2. Kanaly finished alone in 7min. lS^sec. At 
Liverpool, September 4, 1911. 
80 to 110 Y'ards. — At Melbourne, on a grass track, J. Donaldson 
and A. B. Postle ran a match the best of three races ou 
November 14, 1911. Results ■ — ■ 

Distance Winner Time 

80yds Postle 7%sec. 

100yds Donaldson 9 3 /5sec. 

110yds Donaldson lO^sec. 

130 Yards. — J. Donaldson, Australia, 1 ; C. E. Holway. 
America, 2. Won by four yards. 12sec. At Sports Ground, 
Sydney, September 23, 1911. 
110 Yards. — J. Donaldson beat A. B. Postle and C. E. Holway 

at Adelaide, November 18, 1911. 
130 Y'ards. — J. Donaldson beat A. B. Postle and C. E. Holway 

at Adelaide, November 18, 1911. 
130 lards. — J. Donaldson Australia, 1 : C. E. Holway. America, 
2. Holway broke dowm and Donaldson finished alone. Time, 
13-tssec. At Old Trafford, July 29, 1912. 
100 Yards. — J. Donaldson, Australia, 1 ; R. E. Walker, Natal, 2 
A. B. Postle, Australia, 3. Yard ; three-quarters of a yard. 
Time, 91sec. At Sali'ord F.C. Ground, Wea?te. Sept. 7. 1912. 



274 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

ISO Yards. — J. Donaldson, Australia, 1 ; R. E. Walker, Natal. 2. 
Four yards. Time, 4 inches inside 12 3/16sec. At Pontypridd. 
October 10, 1912. 

10 Miles. — G. Dinning:, Dalston, 1 ; C. Harris, Dublin, 2. Harris 
gave up after 18 laps (nearly 3 miles). Time, 53min. 53sec. 
At Carlisle, March 1, 1913. 

10 Miles. — H. Holmer, America, 1 ; G. Dinning, Dalston, 2. 
Forty yards. Time, 52min. 58%sec. At Carlisle, July 1, 1913. 

10 Miles Championship of the World. — H. Holmer, America, 1 
J. Vermeulen, France, 2 ; Private Stanton, England, 3 ; G-. 
Dinning, England, 4 ; P. Fagan, Ireland, 5. 80 yards ; 30 
yards. Time, 53min, ll%sec, at the " Sporting Chronicle " 
Carnival, Weaste, August 2, 1913. 

One Mile. — H. Holmer, America, 1 ; F. M. Kanaly, America, 2 ; 
Won by 30 yards. Time, 4min. 24^ Ssec., at Powderhall Ground, 
September 6, 1913. 

One Mile. — H. Hedemann, Australia, 1 ; H. Holmer, America. 
Won by 4 yards. Time, 4min. 34sec, at the Snipe Grounds, 
Audenshaw, November 1, 1913. 



PROFESSIONAL RUNNING. 

100 Yards. — 9|sec J. Donaldson, Johannesbiug, February 12, 
]910. 9isec. (3ft. drop in track), A. B. Postle, Kalgoorlie, 
West Australia, December 28, 1906, timed by electricity; 
9fsec, J. Donaldson, Johannesburg, December 26, 1910 ; 
O'^oSec.E. Donovan, Natick, at Brackton, America, September 
2, 1895, and J. Donaldson, November 4, 1911 ; 9f sec, J. 
Donaldson, Weaste, September 7, 1912 ; 9 4 /oSec, H. M. 
Johnson, Pittsburg, U.S.A. , at Ohio Meeting, July 31, 1880 ; 
'Jissec. (with a flying start of 10 yards), George Seward, New- 
haven, U.S.A., age 27, height 5ft. Tin., September 30, 1844, 
on turnpike road, Hammersmith, beat W. Robinson by two 
yards. 

120 Yards— llisec, T. M. Malone, Australia, April 12, 188S, 
llisec, George Seward, Newhaven, U.S.A., May 3, 1847, 
Emmersons Grounds, Ealing, beat C. Westhall by three yards. 

122 Yards— llisec., H. Gent, Sheffield, May 31, 1887. 

128 Yards. — 12 5/16sec, R. E. Walker, " Chronicle " Carnival, 
Old Trafford, August 3, 1912. 

12S£ Yards.— 12" 5sec„ A. R, Downer, Powderhall, Edinburgh, 
January 3, 1898. 

130 Yards. — 12sec, J. Donaldson, Australia, Sydney, September 
23, 1911 ; 12sec. (on a track which fell 2ft.), A. Postle, Menzies, 
West Australia, Easter Monday, 1906 ; 12isee. (with the wind), 
W. Johnson, Fenham Park, February 9, 1867 ; 4 inches inside 
12 3/16sec, Jack Donaldson, Pontypridd, October 10, 1912 ; 
1235sec, A. Postle, Manchester, July, 1908 ; 12£sec, H. M. 
Johnson, Pittsburg, July 17, 1886. 

1311 Yards.— 122 Ssec, H . Hutchins, Putney, September 8, 1879, 
Queen's Grounds, Sheffield, won a heat in the 200 Yards 
Handicap with 684 yards start. 

131* Yards. — One yard worse than 12lsec, H. Hutchins, Putney. 
at Hyde Park Grounds, Sheffield, February 21, 1882, when he 
won the Shrovetide Handicap, from scratch (7H), conceding 
T. Fiddle, Blaydon, 10£ yards, T. Gillon. Sheffield, 9i shards, 
and T. Deighton, Chapeitown, 101 yards, and won by six 
inches. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 275 

1331 Yards. — 13sec, J. Clowry, Birmingham, November 30. 1370. 

Queen's Grounds, Sheffield, won 200 Yards Handicap, with 

66J yards start. 
140 Yards. — ISsec track on incline, A. Postle, Kalgoorlie, West 

Australia, March 14, 1907 ; 13£sec„ H. Hutchins, of Putney. 

Lillie Bridge. June 8, 1885 ; 14sec., W. G. Scarlet, Newcastle, 

age 32, height 5ft. 7£in., September 7, IS 11, on turnpike road, 

Newcastle, beat J. Gealy, by 2J yards. 

150 Yards. — 14£sec, H. Hutchins, at Sydney, Australia, March 
2. 1887 ; 15sec, C. Westhall, age 28, height 5ft. 10in., February 

4, 1851, Belle Vue, Manchester, beat W. Hayes by two yard* 
and a half. *J. Donaldson, Australia, was reported to have rim 
150 yards in 14sec. at Kimberley, South Africa, but the figures 
were never proved beyond all doubt. 

175 Yards. — 17 3 /&sec., B. R. Day (straight grass track), Auckland, 
New Zealand, June 29, 1907. 

200 Yards.— 19 Jsec J. Applett, at Parkes, March 4. 1876, 
19isec, George Seward, age 29, height 5ft. 7in., March 22, 
1847, Barnet. Herts., beat C. Westhall by two yards and a half. 
W. S. Mills of Slattocks, ran 200 yards, three yards inside 
20sec. at Higginshaw Grounds, Oldham, August 5, 1893. 

220 Yards.— 21 l/10sec, J. Donaldson, Shawfield Park, Glasgow, 
July 28, 1913 (in his first heat of the handicap Donaldson dia 
121sec, which beat the old record ; 21%sec, L. C. McLachlan. 
Napier, New Zealand, February 19, 1902 ; 21*sec, N. J. 
Cartmell, Stoke, December 18, 1909 ; 21 7/10sec, B. R. Day, 
Higginshaw Grounds, Oldham, November 14, 1908 ; 21%sec. 
H. Hutchins, Lillie Bridge, May 11, 1885 ; T. F. Keane, Ibrox 
Park, Glasgow, February 4, 1905, under unfavourable conditions 
in a match with C. Hassell, Uddingston, who had 20 yards Jstart. 

300 Yards. — 29 61/64sec, J. Donaldson, " Sporting Chronicle " 

Carnival, Salford F.C., Ground, W^easte, August 4, 1913; 

30sec, H. Hutchins, Putney, Powderhall Grounds, Edinburgh, 

January 2, 1884. 
350 Yards. — 37%sec, B. R. Day, Kalgoorlie, West Australia. 

December 28, 1906 ; 38 2 /5sec. H. Hutchins, Wolverhampton. 

September 19, 1885 ; 40sec, George Walsh, Royton, age 23. 

height 5ft. 6iin., April 13, 1872, Royal Oak, Manchester, beat 

H. Whitehead by three yards. A. 11. Downer was reported to 

have run 350 yards in 36%sec at Cardiff, on May 22, 1399, 

but the distance was not afterwards verified. 
400 Yards. — 43sec, F. S. Hewitt, Manchester, December 5, 

1868 ; 44%sec, A. B. Downer, Burnden Park, Bolton. 

February 6, 1897 ; 45sec, T. Brian, Bradford, age 20, height 

5ft. 9in., February 18, 1841, Doncaster Road, beat G. Moor 

by three yards. 
440 Yards.— 47 4 /oSec, B. R. Day, Perth, West Australia, April 1. 

1907 ; 48isec, Richard Buttery, Sheffield, age 29, height 5ft. 

9iin., October 4, 1873, Borough Grounds, Gateshead, won 

Quarter-mile Handicap from scratch. 

£00 Yards. — 59sec, J. Powers, America, September 5, 1881 ; 
59sec, E. C. Bredin. Barrow, December 26, 1898 ; 60fsee., 
George Walsh, Roy ton, age 30, height 5ft. 6iin.. May 25, 1874. 
Royal Oak, Manchester, won 500 Yards Handicap from scratch 
by a foot from W. Baglin, 14 yards start. 

COO Yards.— lmin. 13sec, E. C. Bredin. Rochdale, July 31. 1897 ; 
and by James Nuttall, Manchester, age 22, height 5ft, 8in., 
February 20, 1864, City Grounds. Manchester, who beat 

5. Albison, in a driving snowstorm. 



276 THE SPOUTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

£80 Yards.— lmin. 53isec, Frank Hewitt, Millwall, age 27, 
height 5ft. 8fin., September 21, 1871, Lyttleton, Australia, 
in a match to run 880 yards in less than lmin. 55! sec; lmin. 
55? f, sec., E. C. Bredin, Stamford Bridge, London, August 9, 
1897. 

1,000 Yards. — 2min. 17sec, "William Cunnnings. Paisley, age 22, 
height 5ft. Clin., April 30, 1881, Borough Grounds, Preston, 
heat W. Puddle easily by about six yards ; 2mm. 19f sec. 
James Nuttall, Manchester, age 30, height 5ft. 8in., January 
13, 1872, Royal Oak, Manchester, beat S. E. Ridley, by two 
yards. 

Tl nee-quarter mile. — 3rnm. 7sec, William Richards, Millwall, 
age 27, height 5ft. 8*in., June bO, 1866, Royal Oak, Manchester, 
beat J. Nut tall, S. Albison, and J. R. M'lnstray, in very bad 
weather. 

1 Mile. — 4mm. 12|sec, W. G. George, in his match with W. 
Cummings, August 23, 1886, at Lillie Bridge, London, the best 
time on record; 4mm. lS^ssec, G. B. Tmcler, Worcester, 
liass, U.S.A., August 21, 1897 ; 4min. 16%sec., W. Cummings, 
May 14, 1881, Borough Grounds, Preston, beat TV. Duddle by 
eight yards ; 4min. 16%sec, G. B. Tincler, Rochdale, May 7, 

1898, beating E. E. Bacon by twenty yards. 

1 1 Miles. — 5min. 35isec, TV. Lang, Manchester, July 18, 1863. 
1* Miles. — 6min. 431sec, TV. Cummings, Paisley, in a match with 

D. Livingstone, at Preston Borough Grounds, April 17, 1880. 

2 Miles. — 9min. llisec, TV. Lang, City Grounds, Manchester, 
August 1, 1863. 

3 Miles. — 14mm. 19|sec, P. Cannon, of Stirling, at Victoria 
Grounds, Govan, May 14, 1888. 

3i to 4 Miles. — 3 h 15mm. 47sec; 34, 17min. 2%sec; 3!, 18min. 

lh%sec; 4, 19min. 25%sec, 1'. Cannon, of Stirling, at Glasgow 

Exhibition, November 8, 1888. 
5 to 7 Miles— J. TThite, at Hackney Wick, May 11, 1863, ran 

live miles in 24min. 40sec, six miles in 29min. 50sec, and 

seven miles in 34min. 45sec 
8 to Hi Miles. — 8, 40min. 41§&sec; 9, 45mm. 55 3 ,£s8c; 10, 51min. 

5%sec; 10*, 53min. 41sec; 11, 56min. 18 2 /ssec; 111, 58min. 

54sec, H. TVatkhis, of Coventry, at Rochdale, September 16, 

1899, hi a paced attack on records. 

12 Miles. — 1 hour 2min. 21sec., L. Bennett (" Deerfoot "), 
London, April 3, 1863. 

13 to 14 Miles.— 13, 1 hour 10mm. 20sec. ; 14, 1 hour 15min. 
46sec 

15 Miles. — 1 hour 18mm. lOsec, T. Longboat, Toronto, June 8, 
1912 ; 1 hour 18min. 15% sec, A. G. Wood, Celtic Park, New 
York, May 5, 1912. 

16 to 18 Miles.— 1 hour 26min. 41sec ; 17, 1 hour 32mm. 5sec ; 
18, 1 hour, 37min. 46sec, L. Bouchard, Edinburgh, January 
3, 1911. 

19 to 24 Miles. — 19, 1 horn 43min. 43sec ; 20, 1 hour 49min. 
20sec; 21, 1 hour 55min. 30sec; 22, 2 hours 2min. 4sec; 23, 
2 hows 8min. 45sec; 24, 2 hours 15min. 57sec; 

25 to 26 Miles.— 25, 2 horns 22min. 20% sec; 26, 2 hours 28min. 
32sec; TV. Kolehmainen, New Jersey, October 20, 1912. 

26 Miles 385 Yards. — 2 hours 29min. 39 1 i sec 

Professional Record for One Hour. — 11 miles 1,286 yards, by II. 

Watkins, of Coventry, at Rochdale (with pacing). September 16, 

. 1899. 

London to Brighton. — Len Hurst, in a go-as-you-please raca 

- from London to Brighton on Jane 20, 1903, completed the 

distance in 6 hours 34min. 50sec — a record. 



THE SPOUTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 277 

THE WORLD'S MARATHON RECORD. 

"W. Kolehmainen ran 26 miles 385 yards, at New Jersey, 
October 20, 1912, in 2 hours 29min. 39 Co sec. 

JULES POSITIOXS H. M. S 

1 Holmer Kolehmainen 5 14 

2 , „ 10 42 

3 ., „ 16 7 2 /5 

4 „ ,. 21 41 

5 „ „ 27 4 

6 „ „ 32 48 

7 Kolehmainen Holmer 38 7 

8 „ 43 41 

9 „ „ 49 18*S 

10 „ „ 54 484* 

11 „ „ GO 17% 

12 Holmer Kolehmainen . 1 6 5% 

13 „ „ 1 11 58 2 /s 

14 „ „ 1 17 56 

15 .. „ 1 23 47% 

16 „ ., 1 29 381-, 

17 „ „ 1 35 20% 

18 „ „ 1 41 7 

19 „ ,. 1 46 53% 

20 Kolehmainen Holmer 1 52 22% 

21 ., „ 1 57 56% 

22 „ ., 2 3 59 

23 ., „ 2 10 2% 

24 „ , 2 16 11 

25 „ „ 2 22 20% 

26 ;, , 2 28 32 

Full distance, 26 miles 385 yards. Kolehmainen, 2 hours 29min. 

39% sec; Holmer, 2 hours 34min. 48sec. 

PROFESSIONAL WALKING. 

1 Mile. — 6min. 22sec., G. Cummings, at the " Sporting Chronicle." 
Carnival, Weaste, August 4, 1913 ; 6mm. 23sec., W. Perkins, 
Lillie Bridge, June 1, 1874. 

2 to 7 IVliles. — 2, 13min. 14sec; 3, 20min. 21isec; 4, 27mm. 
38sec; 5, 35mm. lOsec; 6, 43min. lsec; 7, 51min 4sec, 
J. W. Eaby, Lillie Bridge, August 20, 1883. 

8 Miles.~58min. 37sec., J. Meagher, New York, Nov. 29, 1882. 

9 to 15 Miles. — 9, 1 hour 7min. 14sec; 10, 1 hour 14min. 45sec; 
11, 1 hour 22mm. 38sec; 12, 1 hour 30min. 34sec; 13, 1 hour 
38min. 46|sec; 14, 1 hour 47min. lljsec; 15, 1 hour 55min 
56sec, J. W. Baby, Lillie Bridge, December 3, 1883. 

16 to 20 Miles.— 16, 2 horns 4min. 35%sec; 17, 2 hours 13min. 

Usee.; 18, 2 hours 21mm. 55%sec.; 19, 2 hours 30min. 45 1 / / 5sec, 

20, 2 hours 39mm. 57sec , W Perkins, Lillie Bridge, July 1G. 

1877. 
21 and 22 Miles. — 21, 2 hours 49min. 8sec; 22, 2 hours 57min. 

45sec, H. Thatcher, Lillie Bridge, February 20, 1882. 
23 to 29 Miles. — 23, 3 hours 15mm. 45sec; 24, 3 hours 25min. 

6sec; 25, 3 hours 35mm. 14sec .; 26, 3 hours 45min. 12sec; 27. 

3 hours 56min. 13sec; 28, 4 hours 6min. 45sec; 29, 4 hours 

19mm., W. Franks, Lillie Bridge, London, August 28, 1882. 
30 to 40 Miles. — 30, 4 hours 34min. 54sec; 81, 4 hours 45min. 

15sec; 32, 4 horns 55min. 32sec; 33, 5 hours 5mm. 25sec; 34. 

5 hours 14min. 52sec; 35, 5 hours 24min. 37sec; 36, 5 hours 

34min. 40sec; 37, 5 hours 45min.; 38, 5 hours 55min. 25sec; 

39, 6 hours 6min. 2 sec; 40, 6 hours IGmin. 50scc„ W. Howes. 

Agricultural Hall, London, March 30, 1878. 



27B THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

50 Miles. — 7 hours 54mm. 16sec, J. Hibberd. Agricultural Hall. 

London, May 14, 1888. 
100 Miles. — 18 hours 8min. 15sec, W. Howes, Agricultural Hall. 

London, May 15, 1880. 
£00 to 400 Miles.— 200, 40 hours 46min. 30sec.; 300, 66 hours 

SOmin.; 400, 96 hours Slmin. 3sec, G. Littlewood, Sheffield. 

March, 1882. 
"William Buckler, of Newport (Mon.), completed the task of 

walking 4,000 quarter-miles in periods of nine minutes each 

walk at Leeds, on Monday, July 28, 1902. He commenced on 

the 3rd July. The walk took place under the closest possible 

supervision. In 1898 Buckler had walked 4,000 quarter-miles 

in periods of 9i minutes. 
William Buckler, of Newport (Mon.), walked 2,028 miles 720 

yards in 1,000 consecutive hours at Ardwick Athletic Ground*. 

Manchester, from August 1 to September 11, 1905. He covered 

2 miles 50 yards every hour. 



PROFESSIONAL JUMPING. 

One Backward Jump. — 12ft. llin., J. Darby, of Dudley, at 

Haden Hill Park, September 14, 1891. 
Two Backward Jumps.— 23ft 4in„ T. Colquitt, of St. Helens, at 

Monastery Grounds, Sutton, May, 1907; 22ft Sin., J. Wynford, 

Liverpool, January 27, 1906. 
Three Backward Spring Jumps. — 33ft. 2in., T. Colquitt, of St. 

Helens, at Parr Recreation Grounds, September 22, 1906 ; 

81ft. 2in., W. Brophy, of St. Helens, at Larkhill, Farnworth, 

February 9, 1895. 
Six Backward Spring Jumps. — 59ft. 5in., J. Wynford, York. 

June 22, 1906. 
Fight Backward Jumps.— 81ft., T. Colquitt, of St. Helens, at 

Higednshaw Grounds, Oldham, November 20, 1897 ; 75ft., by 

J. Darby, at Haden Hill, August 20, 1888. 
Standing Wide Jump (with weights).— 14ft. 9in., by J. Darby, of 

Dudley, September 19, 1890, Star Music Hall, Liverpool ; 14ft. 

5*in„ by G. W. Hamilton, at Borneo, Michigan, U.S.A.. 

October 3, 1879 (used 22ib weights) ; 13ft. 7in., by J. Greaves. 

at Bardsley, September 18, 1875 (used 23 tb weights). On level 

ground, without weights — 12ft. llin., J. Darby, of Dudley. 

May 28, 1890. 
Running W T ide Jump (with weights). — 29ft. 7in., by J. Howard, 

at Chester, May 8. 1854 (used 51b dumb-bells), taking off from 

a block of wood raised four inches ; 23ft. 3Hn., by C. H. Biggar. 

at Guelph, Ontario, Canada, October 13, 1874 (used 161b 

weights). 
Braining Wide Jump (without weights). — 22ft. 7in., B. W. Scott, 

Kilmarnock, at Grasmere Games, August 18, 1910 : 22ft. 6m., 

T. F. Keane, at Grasmere Sports, August 23, 1900. 
Running High Jump (taking off from a wooden block). — 6ft., by 

F. Theobald, at Bayswater, September 1, 1851. 
Running High Jump. — 6ft, iin., E. W. Johnston, Boston, U.S.A., 

October 1, 1881 ; 5ft. lliin., J. Methven, at Cupar, Filestore. 

1856 ; 5ft. llin., E. Vardy, at Haydon, August 27. 1859 ; 

6ft. 9in., R. H. Baker (111b dumb-bells), at Headingley 

Grounds, Leeds, July 14, 1900. 
Standing High Jump. — 6ft., by J. Darby (with his ankles tied;. 

at Church Cricket Ground, June 11, 1892 ; 6ft. 5Mn., by 

J. Darby (after two stand spring jumps); at Wolverhampton, 

February 5, 1892. 
Pole Jump. — lift. 6Kn., by R. Dickinson, of Windermere, ai 

Morpeth Olympic Games, August 5, 1899. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 279 

Standing Hop, Step, and Jump (with weights). — 40ft. 2in., fyy 

D. Anderson, Fort Eyemouth, July 24, 1865 ; 34ft. lHin., by 

E. A. Johnson, at Ghelph, Ontario, Canada, October 13, 1879, 
Without weights — 32ft. 6in., by E. A. Johnson, at Guelph, 
Ontario, Canada, July 1, 1881 ; 31ft. 9in„ by James Stuart, 
Hawick Games, 1874. 

Two Stand Forward Spring Jumps. — 28ft., by J. Darby, o£ 

Dudley ; 24ft. 5in., by T. Pollitt, of Openshaw, at Moorfield 

Grounds, Faiisworth, beating J. Darby, of Windmill End, 

who conceded a start of 12in., by 14|in., December 7, 1885. 

Without weights— 24ft. 7in., by J. Darby, Star Music Hall, 

Liverpool, September 19, 1890. 
Three Standing Jumps (bare feet). — 40ft. llin., by J. Darby, at 

Bloxwich, July 20, 1881 ; 37ft. 8in., by J. Darby, at Bilston, 

July 30, 1888. 
Three Standing Jumps (with weights).— 42ft. 9in. by T. Colquitts 

of St. Helens, at Monastery Grounds, Sutton, May, 1907; 41ft. 

llin., J. Wynford, London, August 3, 1908. Without weights 

—36ft. 3in., T. Colquitt, of St. Helens, at Monastery Ground*. 

Sutton, May, 1907 ; 35ft. llin., by J. Darby, at Rolands' 

Circus, Walsall November 6, 1891. 
Four Standing Jumps (with weights). — 50ft. 4in., J. Darby, of 

Dudley, at Moorfield Grounds. Faiisworth, April 26. 18S6. In 

Ms last jump Darby cleared 15ft. 5in. 
Four Forward Spring Jumps.— 56ft. 2in., by J. Darby, Dudley. 

August 19, 1889. 
Five Standing Forward Spring Jumps (with weights). — 76ft. 3in., 

by J. Darby, at Castle Grounds, Dudley, May 28, 1890. 

Without weights — 81ft. 5Hn. 5 J. Darby. 
Six Forward Jumps (with weights). — 84ft. 6 tin., by It. H. Baker, 

at Grimsby Cycle Track, July 7, 1900. 
Seven Standing Jumps (with weights). — 98ft. 7 tin., by R. H. 

Baker, at Eoyal Palace Gardens, Blackpool, June 2, 1900. 
Ten Forward Jumps (without weights). — 125ft. 4rn., by R. H. 

Baker, at Wellington Grounds, Bury, May 26, 1900. 
Ten Forward Jumps (with weights). — 140ft., by R. H. Baker, at 

Headingley Grounds, Leeds, July 14, 1900. 
Seventeen Forward Spring Jumps. — 244ft. 6in., by J. Darby, at 

Netherton, September 10. 1888. 
Run and Two Spring Jumps (with weights).— 36ft. lllin., Chas. 

Matthews, of Pendleton, at Bury, July 27, 1900. 
Run Two Hops and Jump. — 49ft. 6in., by T. Burrows, at Higgin- 

shaw Grounds, Oldham, June 3, 1882. 
Run Four Hops and Jump. — 75ft. llin., T. Burrows, of Nelson, 

at Wellington Grounds, Bury, April 29, 1899. 
Run Six Hops and Jump. — 101ft. lOiin., T. Burrows, oi Nelson, 

Moorfield Grounds, Faiisworth. July 2, 1887 
Run Eight Hops and Jump.— 122ft.. by T. Burrows, at Oldham. 

December 22, 1883. 
Run Ten Hops and Jump.— 146ft. 8£in., by W. Halstead, it 

Bury, Lancashire, May 18, 1880. 
Run Fifteen Hops and Jump.— 130ft lOin.. by W. Hall, at 

Oldham, January 81, 1880. 
Run Hop, Step, and Jump — 48ft. 8in. , by T. Burrows, of Nelson, 

in his match with C. J. Sullivan, of Boston, on the Driving 

Path at Worcester, Massachusetts, America, for $250 a-side, 

at his first and only attempt, October 18, 1884. 
Ran Hop, Three Crosses a Stride and a Jump — 93ft. , by D. 

Dearden, of Haydoc - at Moorfield Grounds, Faiisworth, 

beating C. Kay, Oldham 



280 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Run Hop, Two Strides, ani Jump.— 60ft. 8iin.. by J. Emeraon, 

at Manchester.. May 6, 1871. 
EunHop, Ten Strides, and Jump. — 153ft. 3in., by W. Mutch. 

at Bury, Lancashire, November 12, 1881. 
Stand Hop and Jump.— 24ft. 6iin., by T. Colquitt, at Higgin- 

shaw Grounds, Oldham, December 26, 1900. 
Stand Hop, Two Strides, and Jump — 48ft. 6in., by J. Higgins, 

of Blackburn, at Wellington Grounds;, Bury, July 2, 1894. 

beating M'Donald, of America. 
Stand Hop, Ten Strides and Jump (without weights). — 136ft. 

8in., B. Spicer. of Leigh, at Stanley Grounds, Bolton, January 

19. 1907. 
Stand Hop. One Stride, One Cross. One Stride, and Jump 

(" Half Single ").— 54ft. 2£in., by G. Lunt, at St. Helens. 

May 25. 1901. 
Stand Two Hops and Jump. — 36ft. Tin., by J. Darby, at Bella 

Vue Grounds, Stockton, March 14, 1891. 
Stand Four Hops and Jump. — 57ft. 9in.. by J. Higgins, on 

Stalybridge Cricket Ground, August 26, 1893. 
Stand Five Hops and Jump. — 71ft. 3iin., J. Darby, at Church 

Cricket Ground, June 11, 1892 
Stand, Six Hops and Jump. — 74ft. 2fin.. J. Taylor, Stanley Par& 

Bolton. January 1. 1907. 



ROAD WALKING. 

(Under the auspices of the Road Walking Association.) 



SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

1907-8 
First Three Clubs. Pts. First Three Men. 

Surrey W.C 23 H. V. L. Boss (Tooting A.C.) 

Polytechnic H 45 B. C. Brown (Surrey W.C.) 

Middlesex W.C 50 S. C. A. Schofleld (Surrey W.C.) 

1908-9 

Surrey W.C 21 S. C. A. Schofleld (Surrey W.C.) 

Heme Hill H 54 A. H. Pateman (Heme Hill H.) 

Polytechnic H 87 G. B. J. Withers (Heme Hill H.) 

1909-10 

Surrey W.C 32 H. V. L. Boss (Tooting A.C.) 

Heme Hill H 38 S. C. A. Schofleld (Surrey W.C.) 

Woodford Green A.C..66 A. H. Pateman (Heme Hill H.) 

1910-11 

Middlesex W.C 28 T. Payne (Middlesex W.C.) 

Surrey W.C 30 H. V. L. Boss (Middlesex W.C.) 

Heine Hill H 45 W. Hehir (Heme Hill H.) 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

1911-12 

Surrey W.C 20 H. V. L. Boss (Middlesex A.C.) 

Middlesex A.C 42 E.G. Horton (Surrey W.C.) 

Heme Hill H 56 W. H. Ovens (Heme Hill H.) 

1912-13 
Surrey W.C 19 H. V. L. Boss ("Oxbridge and West 

("A" Team) Middlesex A.C.) 

Heme Hill H 30 E. C. Horton (Surrey W.C.) 

Surrey W.C 62 S.C. A. Schofleld (Surrey W.C.) 

(" B " Team) 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 231 

JUNIOR INTER-CLUB RACE. 

1903-9 
First Three Clubs. Pts. First Three Men. 

Middlesex W.C 44 H. Evans (Belgrave H.) 

Belgrave H 45 E. A. Bannister (Heme Hill H.) 

Heme Hill H 52 H. J. Turner (Cambridge H.) 

1909-10 

Heme Hill H 39 E. Rogers (Birmingham W.C .) 

North London H. ... 64 W. H. F. Martin (Heme Hill H.) 
Woodford Green A. C 70 W. J. C. Richards (New Barnet A.C.) 



JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

1910-11 

Heme Hill H 45 G. J. Cummings (Heme Hill H.) 

Garratt W.C 46 L. C. Mansfield (N.L.H.) 

North London H. ... 61 H. T. Dent (Woodford Green A.C.) 

1912-13 
Woodford Green A.C..56 J. W. Dowse (Middlesex A.C.) 

North London H 61 W. Day (Chalvey A.C.) 

Garratt W.C 80 L. C. Mansfield (N.L.H.) 

1912-13 

Highgate H 51 E. J. Hurley (Garratt W.C.) 

North London H 77 H. J. Devonshire(TJxbridge & W.M.A.C.) 

Garratt W.C 79 O. V. A. Temple (N.L.H.) 



NORTHERN CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

1911-12 

Lancashire W.C 10 R. Bridge (Lancashire W.C.) 

South Shields H 39 J. Sutton (Lancashire W.C.) 

Salford H 59 F. Cooper (Lancashire W.C.) 

1912-13 

Lancashire W.C 21 J. Sutton (Lancashire W.C.) 

South Shields H 39 R, Bridge (Lancashire W.C.) 

Yorkshire W.C 43 T. H. Dumbill (Salford H.) 



WARD-JACKSON CUP (25 miles). 

1913. Net time. 

H. 31. S. 

J. Sutton, Gorton 3 50 23 

W. Hoole, Prestwich 4 10 32 

F. Cooper, Moss Side 4 16 35 



Pts. 



MANCHESTER TO BLACKPOOL. (5Ii MILES). 

1913. H. m. s. Positions 

E. E. Roberts, Essex 8 5 

B. T. Cooper. Moss Side 8 22 57 

J. Sutton, Gorton 8 30 52 

W. E. Poole, Crumpsall 8 57 19 . . 4 

A. Meadows, Eccles 9 13 2 . . 5 

A. Boothfield, Chorley 9 16 13 

T. P. Fox, Letch worth 9 23 12 

H. P. Jackson, Old Trafford 9 31 43 



282 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

BILLIARDS. 



WINNERS OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP CUP. 

Date Winner Loser ^y 1 £ m ™ 

lS70*Feb. 11.. W. Cook J. Roberts, sen... 117.. 5 

1870 April 14. .J. Roberts, jun ..W. Cook 478.. 3 4 

1870 May 30. .J.Roberts, jun. ..A. Bowles 246.. 4 10 

1870 Nov. 28.. Joseph Bennett. .J. Roberts, jun. . 95.. 4 45 

1871 Jan, 30. .J. Roberts, jun. ..Joseph Bennett. 363.. 3 22 
1871 May 25 . . W. Cook J. Roberts, jun. . 15 . . 3 50 

1871 Nov. 21.. W. Cook Joseph Bennett. 58 4 23 

1872 Mar. 4. .W. Cook J. Roberts, jun. . 201. . 3 27 

1874 Feb. 24. .W. Cook J. Roberts, jun. . 216. . 3 10 

1875 May 24. .J.Roberts, jun. . .W. Cook 163.. 3 42 

1875 Dec. 20. .J. Roberts, jun. . .W. Cook 135.. 3 35 

1877 May 28.. J. "Roberts, jun. ..W. Cook 223.. 3 18 

1878-9. — Title in abeyance from the middle of 1878, as in tli3 
absence of W. Cook, the last holder of the Cup, and J. Roberts, jun. 
in India, no one claimed a right to it. 

Cook challenged for the Cup on May 2, 1878, and no one covering 
the deposit, he became Champion two months afterwards, but 
on leaving England later in the year he resigned the title. 

Date. Winner. Loser. Won Time 

1880 Nov. 8.. Joseph Bennett. .W. Cook 51.. 4 10 

1881 Jan. 12-13. Joseph Bennett. .T. Taylor ..... 90.. 4 52 
1881 April 13.. Joseph Bennett. .F. Shorter (latter forfeited). 
1881 Sept.— Joseph Bennett resigned through accident in which 

he broke his ami and sustained other injuries. 
Date. Winner. Loser. ]L 0U P m " 

lS85tMar.30 i 3 i lj. J#EobertSjjunMWCoo& f z ^ ™ 

1885} June 1, 2, 3, 4. .J. RobertsJn.Joseph Bennett. 1640.. 5 54 
* 1,200 up, t and % 3,000 up, the rest 1,000 up. 



THE CHAMPIONSHIP 

Under the rules (revised March, 1898) of the B.A. 
Date Winner. Loser. Points up.. Won by 
3 899 Jan. 9 to 1 4 C. Dawson J. North 9..000 . . 4,285 

1900 Apll6 to23 C.Dawson(holder) H.W.Stevenson .9,000. .2,225 

19 °Jan e 5 190 1 ?} 11, W * Stevenson • a Dawson .... 9,000 . .2,594 

1901 Apl 8 tol3. .C.Dawson H.W. Stevenson. 9.000. .3.204 

1901 Nov 11 — H. W. Stevenson (challenger) declared champion 

by the Billiards Association. 
1903 Mar 16 to 21 C Dawson H.W.Steven^on . 9,000 . . 300 

1908 M. Innian challenged and took the championship without 

pla:»*ing. 

1909 Mar 8 to 13 M. Inman A. E. Wiliams. 9000. .1,333 

BILLIARDS CONTROL CLUB. 

1909 Apl., n. W. Stevenson declared Champion by the Billiards 
Control Club. Points up. Won by 

1910 Oct, 10 to 22 II. W. Stevenson M. Inman. .18,000 1,09:* 

1911 Apl 17 to 29 II. W. Stevenson M. Inman .18,000. . . .1,086 

1912 Mar. 18 to 30 M. Inman T. Reece . . 18,000 8,125 

1913 Mar. 17 to 31 M. Inman T. Reece . . 18,000 1.373 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 233 



HIGHEST BREAKS OF LEADING PLAYERS, 

(Since the push-stroke was abolished in 1893.) 

G. Gray 2,196 

F. Lindrmn 1,239 

H. W. Stevenson — 

(Composition balls) . . . 1,016 

(Ivory balls) 919 

M. Inman 894 

C. Dawson 823 

J. Roberts ...821 

K. Diggle 791 

T. Reece 773 

r C. Dawson 748 

W. Smith (Darlington) 736 

T, Newman 598 

A. E. Williams 593 

T.Aiken 577 

*Dawson made 823 under Rimington-Wilson's rules in Lonlon 
December 6. 1907. 



C. Harverson 567 

F. Bateman 545 

F.Weiss 541 

W.Cook, jun 476 

W. A. Lovejoy 463 

W.Mitchell 435 

C. Falkiner 413 

J. Mack 394 

J. Harris 347 

B. Elphick 342 

E. C. Breed 326 

W. Osborne 325 

E. Hoskins 307 

J. Duncan 320 

A. F. Peall 299 



THE LONDON TOURNAMENT, TABLE OF RESULTS, 
1912-13. 

(Promoted by Messrs. Burroughes & Watts.) 
Aggte. 
50,695 
51,033 
53,373 
51,556 
49,463 
47,801 
41,893 

WINNERS AND RUNNERS-UP. 
1904-5. — C. Harverson and M. Inman. 
3 905-6. — E. Diggle and M. Inman a tie. 

1906-7. — H.W. Stevenson; Diggle and Inman tied for second plac3. 
1907-8.-— T. Reece and C. Dawson. 
1908-9.— II. W. Stevenson and M. Inman. 
1909-10.— M. Inman and E. Diggle. 
1910-11. — E. Diggle and M. Inman a tie. 
1911-12.— T. Aiken and M. Inman. 
1912-13.— M. Inman, and W. Smith. 





Won 


Lost. 


Inman 


5 . 


. 1 . 


Smith 


4 . 


. 2 . 


Reece 


4 . 


. 2 . 


Newman . . . 


3 . 


. 3 . 


A iken 


3 . 


. 3 . 


Peall 


2 . 


. 4 . 


Digsrle 


.. . . . 


. 6 . 



Aver. 


Pts. 


35.38 . 


. 65 


29.52 . 


. 69 


39.47 . 


. 66 


30.71 . 


. 64 


36.79 . 


. 55 


22.77 . 


. 58 


31.89 . 


32 



THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS. 

1883111. A. O. Lonsdale, 500, beat J. Tither, 350. 

1888 A. P. Gaskell, 1,500, beat H. A. O. Lonsdale. 1.389. 

1889 A. P. Gaskell, w.o., Mr. Rackets (ill). 

1889 A. P. Gaskell, 1,500, beat E. W. Alabone. 1.2 73. 

1890 A. P. Gaskell, 1,500 beat S. H. Fry, 1,395. 
1890 A. P. Gaskell, 1,500, beat N. Defries, 805. 

1890 W. D. Courtney, 1,500, beat A. P. Gaskell, 1,411. 
1391 W. D. Courtney, 1.500, beat A. P. Gaskell, 971. 
1391*A. P. Gaskell, 1,500, beat W. D. Courtney, 1,183. 
18921 A. R. Wisdom won three games. 
1892aS. S. Christey, 1,500, beat S. H. Fry, 923. 
1893&A. H. Vahid, 1,500, beat S. S. Christey. 1,393. 
1893cS. H. Fry, 1,500, beat A. R. Wisdom, 1,239. 
1894 H. Mitchell, 1,500, beat A. Vinson, 1.464. 
1894 T. Maughan, 1,500. teat H. Mitchell, 1.202. 



284 THE SPOBTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Amateur Ch amtionshtps — C out imied . 

1896 S. H. Fit, 1,500, beat T. Maughan, 1,430. 
3899cLA. E. Wisdom, 1,500, beat S. H. Fit, 1,297. 

1900 S. H. Fry, 1,500, beat A. R. Wisdom, 1,428. 

1901 S. S. Christey, 1,500, beat W. S. Jones, 1,305. 

1901 A. W. T. Good, 2,000, beat S. S. Cliristey, 1,689. 

1902 A. W. T. Good, 2,000, beat A. J. Browne, 1,669. 

1903 A. R. Wisdom, 2,000, beat A. W. T. Good, 1,783. 

1903 S. S. Christey, 2,000, beat C. V. Dielil, 1,314. 

1904 W. A. Lovejoy, 2,000, beat A. W. T. Good, 1,733. 

1905 A. W. T. Good, 2,000, beat G. A. Hegiubottom, 1,733. 

1906 E. C. Breed, 2,000, beat A. W. T. Good, 1,620. 

1907 H. C. Virr, 2,000, beat J. Nugent, 1.896. 

1908 II. C. Virr, 2,000, beat G. A. Heginbottom, 1.841. 

1909 Major Fleming 2.000 beat H. C. Virr 1,501. 

1910 H. A. O. Lonsdale, 2,000, beat Major Fleming, 1 ,882. 

1911 H. C. Virr, 3,000, beat Major Fleming, 2,716. 

1912 H. C. Virr, 3,000, beat Major Fleming, 2,993. 

1913 H. O. Virr, 3,000, beat Mr. J. Nugent, 1,956. 

t First Competition for cup presented by Messrs. Orme and 
Pons, Manchester, &c. *Gaskell won Messrs. Orme's cup outright, 
t Second cup by Messrs. Orme, played for on the American 
tournament principle, a Played for the first time under tha 
auspices of the Billiards Association, b First spot-barred Cham- 
pionship. cLast match for the Messrs. Orme's cup. d Played 
under B.A. revised rules. In 1905 there were qualifying heat* 
for the first time in London, Manchester, and Ireland. 

AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP SUMMARY, 1913. 
H. C. Virr (England), 2,000. Breaks : 100, 67, 55, 104, 91. 53, 

171 (all-red record), 90, 55, 60, 70. Sessional averages : 15.0, 

18.0. 12.5, 13.0. 
J. Nugent (Ireland), 2,000. Breaks : 53, 70, 63, 54. Sessional 

averages : 10, 16, 14, 12. 
W T . E. Thomas (Wales), 1,209. Breaks : 60, 52, 51. Sessional 

averages : 9.0, 11.0, 6.25, 9.0. 
Major H. L. Fleming (Scotland), 1,597. Breaks : 75, 56, 79, 53, 

61. Sessional averages : 10, 13.3, 10, 8. 

Final. 
H. C. Virr (holder), 3,000. Breaks : 76, 79, 87, 75, 56, 72, 70, 83, 

52, 124, 73, 74, 51, 73, 96, 60, 74. Sessional averages : 13.8, 

16.6, 20.8, 17.1 20. 
J. Nugent, 1,956. Breaks : 96, 56, 70, 75, 84, 58, 68, 68, 50, 71. 

Sessional averages : 9.3, 7.7, 12.7, 17.8, 12. 



WINNERS OF IMPORTANT EVENTS, 1912-13. 

(The Billiard Association.) 
Amateur Championship of England — H. C. Virr. 
Amateur Championship of Scotland — Major H. L. Fleming. 
Amateur Championship of Ireland — J. Nugent. 
Amateur Championship of Wales — W. Edgar Thomas 
Amateur Championship of the United Kingdom — H. C. Virr 

(England). 
Amateur Championship of Victoria.— L. Beauchamp. 
Amateur Championship of New South Wales — G. B. Shatter 
Amateur Championship of Queensland. — R. Kidston. 
Amateur Championship of Western Australia. — A. W. Appleton. 
Amateur Championship of New Zealand. — H. F. Valentine. 
Amateur Championship of Australasia — L. Beauchamp. 
Billiards Association 'Ama tern Handicap— A. C. Edwards. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 2S5 

NAVY AND ARMY CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 

Private Thomas, 1st Leicester Eegt., 1,000 ; Private Wright, 
53rd Company A.S.C., 694. This was Private Thomas's third 
successive victory in the championship. 



AMERICAN BILLIARDS CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913 
Wille Hoppe defeated Koji Yamada, the Jap, by 500 points to 
33 at 18.2 baulk line, and retained his title. 

AMERICAN POOL CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 

Alfredo de Oro won the American Pool Championship, defeating 
Tom Hueston, of Cuba, by 000 balls to 386. 



AMATEUR RECORDS. 

The highest break in the Amateur Championships of the 
Billiards Association is 236 by Mr. S. H. Fry in 1 903. The previous 
best was 188 by Mr. G. A. Heginbottoni on March 10, 1908. In 
a private game Mr. Heginbottom has made a break of 293. 

On November 5, 1902, Mr. A. W. T. Good, in his Championship 
fmal with Mr. A. J. Browne, made a break of 155, of which 153 
came off the red ball alone. 

Mr. H. C. Virr averaged at the exceptional rate of 25 £ points 
per innings (an amateur record for public plav) through tha 
final game of 2,000 up in the 1912 Northern Section Final 
agahist Mr. T. Owen. 

The World's Amateur Record Break is 2G8, made by Mr. G. B. 
Shailer, on July 18, 1913, in Sydney, when playing in the fin;;}, 
of the Amateur Championship of Xew South Wales. Mr. Shatter's 
previous best break was 209. 



RED BALL BREAKS. 

On August 25, 1909, G. Gray, a Queenslander, aged 17. made a 
break of 836 (831 off the red ball) in a match with F. Lindrum, at 
Melbourne, Australia. He made 277 hazards. The Billiards 
Association gave a certificate of this performance as the record 
break at that time. Gray visited England in the season of 
1910-11, and made a wonderful series of breaks, including 2,196 
umfinished), 1,911 of these points being off the red (composition) 
ball. 

Gray's Breaks of over 1,000 m England 

(Between November, 1910, and March, 1911) 

1,113 (366, 765 off red), v. W. A. Lovejoy, London, November 10 

and 11. 1910. 
1,058 (1,056 off red), v, W. Cook, London, Nov. 14 and 15, 1910. 
1,140 (1,116 off red), v. A. Raynor, Sheffield, November 22, 1910. 
1,024 (1,014 off red), v. G. Nelson, Newcastle, December 4, 1910. 
1,143 (off the red), v. A. Earnshaw, Accrington, December 23 

and 29, 1910. 
1.200 (S94 and 279 off the red), v. E. Diggle, Nottingham, .January 

5 and 6, 1911. 
1,318 (1314 off the red), v. E. Diggle. Nottingham. January 6 and 

7, 1911. 
1,169, v. E. Diggle, at Liverpool, January 11 and 12, 1911. 
1,092, v. J. Duncan, at Cardiff. January 26, 1911. 
1.340 (330 off the red), v. J. Duncan, Cardiff, January 28, 1911. 
1,244 (1,242 off the red),v. E. Diggle, at Birmingham, Feb. 1, 1911. 
1,212 (1,206 off thered),v. E. Diggle, at -Birmingham. Feb. 4,1911. 
1,402 (1,335 off the red), v. E Diggle, at Manchester. Feb 7. 1911. 



236 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Red Ball Breaks — Continued. 
1,273, v. G. Nelson, at Southampton, Feb. 28 and March 1. 1911. 
1,576, v. G. Nelson, at Southampton, March 1 and 2, 1911. 
1,024, v. G. Nelson, at Southsea, March 8, 1911. 
1,054 v. C. Harverson, at Holborn Hall, London, March 15, 1911. 
2,196 (unfinished) (1,944 off the red), at Holborn Hall, Mar. IS. 

1911. 
1.201 (1,197 off the red), v. C. Harverson, at Holborn Hall. 

March 21 and 22, 1911. 
1,001 (993 off the red), v. C. Harverson, at Holborn, Hall, March 

22 and 23, 1911. 
1.295 (1,293 off the red), r. C. Harverson, at Holborn Hall, 

March 24 and 25, 1911. 

RECORD BREAKS; 

On September 15, 1913, T. Beece completed a brace of " 600's," 
running an unfinished 409 of the afternoon into 675, and two 
hands later putting on another of 618, thereby creating a new 
world's record with ivorv balls under modern playing conditions. 
In this match (with C. Falkiner) Beece totalled 886 points in the 
extraordinarily fast time of forty-eight minutes. Beece scored 
2,758 during the day in two sessions running collectively to 
4 hours, 10 minutes. 

On October 11, 1912, H. W. Stevenson beat all records under 
standard conditions by making a break of 1,016 in a match with 
W. Cook. This is the first time a 1,000 break has been made 
by all-round English billiards. Bonzoline balls were used. 

In the Final game of the Burroughes and Watts' Tournament. 
1906-07, H. W. Stevenson beat C. Dawson. On the closing day- 
Stevenson had the extraordinary average of 125, and hi3 figure-* 
for the whole match were 89.83 — a record. Dawson's average 
was 37.31. 

Under the B. A. laws the record break in England is 919, 
made by H. W. Stevenson, in London, on October 7, 1913, in a 
match against C. Harverson (ivory balls). 

In Burroughes and Watts' 1912-13 Tournament, M. Inman, 
playing against T. Newman, made a break of 894, which is the 
highest break made in any of the London Tournaments since the 
rules were revised, and is also Inman's record break. 

On November 26, 1913, at Derby, W. Smith of Darlington, 
in a match with E. C. Breed, and playing with ivory balls, made 
a world's record by scoring 516 off the red ball in a complete 
break of 524. This beat H. W. Stevenson's red ivory ball record 
of 354 made in London, on April 16, 1909. 

M. Inman made 100 consecutive hazards off the red ball in a 
match with C. Harverson at the Grand Hall, Leicester Square. 
London, on October 12, 1906. 

C. Dawson made 279 by losing hazards off the red. a!; 
Manchester, against C Harrerson on January 18, 1899. 

The highest authenticated break at snooker pool is 73 by 
J. Harris, of Manchester, against A. Raynor, at Orme's Room?, 
Manchester, on November 21, 1907. J. Roberts has equalled this 
break. 

REMARKABLE PERFORMANCES. 

CRADLE CANNONS. 
The First — 
W. A. Lovejoy v. C. Harverson, at the Brompton Road Billiar I 
Hall, January 18 and 19, 1907. Break 603 (284 cradle cannons). 

The Last — ■ 
T. Beece v. W. Chapman, at Messrs, Burroughes and Watts' 
London Booms, June 3 to July 6, 1907. Break, 499.135 (249.552 
cradle cannons;. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 287 

The official record for a break by the anchor or cradle cannon is 
42,710, made May 29- June 4, 1907, by W. Cook. 

In a match at Sydney, Australia, during 1907, H. W. Stevenson 
made a break of 580 in 40 minutes. Stevenson in three successive 
visits to the table put together 475, 391, and 580, aggregating 
1,446, which is his record for three following innings. 

Earl de Grey has made breaks of 1868 and 1904 by means of 
the cradle cannons at the Turf Club. 

IT. W. Stevenson, at Argyll Hall, London, on April 2, 1900, 
scored 648 in one break extending over 55 minutes, against E. 
Diggle, in a heat for the Championship ; and 788 in 47 minutes 
playing Dawson in a "Test" match at Ghmett's Circus, New 
castle- on-Tyne, April 21, 1904. 

•John Roberts, at the Egyptian Hall, London, on March 7, 
1900, made a break of 584 off Bonzoline Balls, against H. W. 
•Stevenson. In all Roberts scored 1,163 under the rules of the 
Billiards Association hi 66 minutes. Roberts scored 1,301 in one 
hour and 35 minutes, hi three hands, on March 22, 1895, while 
playing hi London against C. Dawson. On November 1, 1895, 
J. Roberts, playing against C. Memmott hi London, scored 1,278 
in 85 minutes. 

John Roberts, at the Egyptian Hall, London, on December 

10, 1898, compiled a break of 514 in a match with Sala. He 
made 124 losing hazards off the red. The previous best was 93 
hazards by Roberts himself. 

J. Roberts and C. Dawson played 18,000 up, on level terms, 
for £200 and the Championship, on March 20— April 3, 1899, in 
London, when Roberts won by 1,814. 

J. Roberts, in a match for £200 with E. Diggle, at the Centle- 
meu's Concert Hall, Manchester, on May 3 and 4, 1894, made a 
break of 1,392, this being the best spot-barred break on record. 

J. Roberts played a farewell match at Henley's Circus, Argyll 
Street, London, in May and June, 1906. Residt : Roberts, 
18,000 ; E. Diggle (rec. 2,500), 17,394. 

E. Diggle, in a match with John Roberts (24,000 up, Roberts 
conceding 9,000), at the Argyll Hall, London, on January 4, 1895, 
compiled a break of 985. 

W. J. Peall, in an exhibition match with C. Dawson, at the 
Westminster Aquarium, London, on November 6, 1890, scored 
3,304 (92, 3, 151, 23, 172, 120, and 400 spots), the largest all-in 
break on record. 

W. J. Peall, in a game of 15,000 up with G. Collins, at the 
Royal Aquarium, London, on November 4, 1886, put together an 
nntiuished break of 2,002, and on resuming the folio whig day 
increased it to 2,413. It included 334, 449, and 3 spots. Peall 
conceded Collins 5,000 points, and won by 3,388. 

W. Cook holds the record for a sequence of close- cannons under 
the present B.A. rules (159 in a break of 347). He made these 
playing W. A. Lovejoy, at Messrs. Thurston's Hall, London, on 
September 13, 1905. 

The authenticated record for consecutive cannons is held by 

11. W. Stevenson, who made 195 in a break of 458, at the Billiard 
Hall, Argyll Street, London, on January 29, 1896, against C. 
Memmott, E. Diggle made 168 consecutive cannons on January 
5, 1895, when playing John Roberts in London, and John 
Roberts, 165, at Pretoria, South Africa, August 21, 1S94, in a 
match with C. Harverson. [All the above three performances 
were made under the old push stroke allowed conditions.] 



283 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

H. W. Stevenson beat C. Dawson by 1,690 in a game of 18.000 
up in February, 1905. By this victory Stevenson earned the 
right to play J Roberts a match of 18,000 up. Stevenson 
receiving 2,000 start at Westminster, May 22 to June 3, 1905. 
Result, Stevenson 18,000 ; Roberts 16,480. Stevenson's average 
28 . 5, Roberts's average 28 . 8. 

The biggest break scored upon an old 3-inch pocket 
" championship " table in a championship match was a 225 
by John Roberts against Inman. 

W. J. Peall scored 1,000 in 44 minutes, Saturday, May 3, 1834. 

Biggest break in a match for money — 2,170 (721 spots), W. J. 
Peall, in a match for £400 with F. White. Westminster Aquarium, 
January 16, 1890. 

W. Mitchell, at the Royal Aquarium, November 3, 1885, mads 
a break of 1,620 (536 spots) in playing against Peall. The latter, in 
the same match, on November 4, scored 1,709 (18 and 543 spots). 

The late J. North, on November 28, 1885, in a match against 
Roberts, made a capital break of 1,066, including 95, 73, 25 and 
16 consecutive pull-backs. 

In the match between John Roberts and E. Diggle, on April 
15, 1898, wherein the former conceded 6,500 points in 21,000, 
spot and push strokes barred, Roberts was responsible for a 
contribution of 679. 

The greatest number of screw-back shots was 186, mads by 
J. G. Sala, at the Westminster. Aquarium, March 24, 1888. 

C. Dawson, of Huddersfield, in a match with G. Ryder, of 
Manchester, at Messrs. Burroughes and Watts's Showrooms, 
Manchester, on September 20, 1890, made a break of 1,845 
(including 613 spot strokes). 

C. Dawson, in a spot-barred game with W. Mitchell, at the 
Westminster Aquarium, London, on January 19, 1893, made a 
break of 933 with the balls jammed in the corner of the pocket. 

F. C. Ives, in a six-days' match with J. Roberts for £1,000 at 
the Humphreys Hall, Knightsbridge, London, in 1893, made a 
break of 2,539. Ives commenced the break on June 1, and 
finished the following day, though he could have gone on had he 
desired to do so. The balls were close in the jaws of the pocket 
but were not jammed. 

K. Kerkau, the German champion, on an American table of 
10ft. by 5ft., has made such sequences of cannons as 2,194, 3,843 
and 7,156. The last-named was made in a cannon game of 
21.000 up, at Zurich, in the Spring of 1901. For his run of 
7,156 Kerkau was at the table five days, and although conceding 
Jean' Bruno, the Hungarian, 12,000 start, the game finished: 
Kerkau, 14,000 ; Bruno, 12,446. 

The first American tournament promoted in this country was 
played in the year 1875. It was promoted by Messrs. Burroughes 
and Watts in London at the instigation of the then champion. 
William Cook, sen., on his return from an American tour. John 
Roberts scored a sensational victory from scratch. 

In their turn, John Batchelor (Brighton), William Cook, sen., 
John Roberts, jun., D. Richards, W. Mitchell, and C. Dawson 
posed as champion pyramid players. 

In May, 1909, Mr F. Garside playing Sir C. Kirkpatrick at 
snooker pool in a competition, complied 99 without receiving or 
giving a point by way of penalty. Kirkpatrick who received 15 
scored 31. Thus no fewer than 115 out of a possible 147 points 
(made up of 15 reds and 15 blacks, and then all the coloured balls 
in rotation) were scored — a phenomenal performance. 

At- the Billiard Saloon of the Bull and Gate, Kentish Town, 
London, in the winter of i898-99. a 10-pool was played by well- 
known amateurs. Mr. R. J. Hawkins cleared the board by 
potting nine balls in succession, in brilliant style. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 289 

AVIATION. 



WORLD'S RECORDS. 

World's Records are recognised by the Federation Aeronautique 

Internationale under the following heads : — 
Duration. — The longest duration in closed circuit without 

alighting. Aviator alone or with 1, 2, or more passengers. 
Distance. — The longest distance in closed circuit without 

alighting. Aviator alone or with 1, 2, or more passengers. 
SrEED. — Greatest speed in closed circuit. Aviator alone or with 

I, 2, or more passengers, over 5 kilometres, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 

100, 150, 200, 250, 300. 350, 400, 450, 500, and so on, for every 

100 kilometres. 
Speed in a given time. — Closed circuit. Aviator alone or with 

1, 2, or more passengers, i-hour, s-hour, 1 hour, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 

7, 8, 9, 10, &c, &c. 
Greatest Speed. — Speed per hour obtained in closed circuit, 

irrespective of the duration of flight. Aviator alone or with 

1, 2, or more passengers. 
Height (above the point of departure). — Aviator alone or with 
; 1, 2, or more passengers. 



COMPETITIONS AND RECORDS. 

BRITISH RECORDS. 

Duration. — 8 hours 23min. 

Height. — Pilot alone, 11,450ft. ; Pilot and one passenger. 

12,900ft. ; Pilot and two passengers. 10,600ft. 
♦Duration (with 9 passengers) 19min. 47sec, claim made for 

World's record. 
Cross-Country Flight. — Captain C. A. H. Longcroft, on « 

B.E.biplane, on August 18, 1913, flew 530 miles in 7 hours 40min. 
Army Altitude Record. — Lieut, de Haviland, on Salisbury 

Plain, on August, 1912, reached an altitude of 13,500ft. 
Long Distance Flight.— Victor Stoeffler, Germany, on a biplane, 

flew 1,366 miles in 22 hours 6min. on October 15, 1913. 
G Sell, at Constance, on a waterplane, flew for 3 hours llmin. 
, 14sec, accompanied by three passengers, establishing a world's 
, record. • 
American Height Record. — On July 26, 1913, F. Burnside, on 

a Thomas biplane, beat the American height record by reaching 

12,575ft. The flight lasted 1 hour 45min. 
Passenger Record. — Sikorsky, at St. Petersburg, on August 2, 

1913, carried seven passengers for 1 hour 54min., coA r ering in 

that time 56 miles. World's record. 
Gordon-Bennett Race. — Speed test, E. Vedrines (France) 

first. Height test, Gilbert (France) was first in Pilot section. 

In the pilot and passenger section, Legagneux (France) was 

first. In the general classing for the three days, Gilbert led 

in all sections. Prevost (France) in the cumulative lap times, 
,. ] averaged a speed of 124 miles per hour. 
Micheiin Crp. — Won in 1913 by M. Helen in his Nieuport 

Monoplane, .with 80-h.p. Gnome engine. Total flight, 
; 10.060 mileo. 

; 70 



290 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL* 

Circuit op Great Britain.— The formal award of the prize of 
£10,000 to Lieut. Conneau (Moris. A. " Beaumont ") was con- 
rirnied by the Royal Aero Club on August 5, 1911. A start 
was made from Brooklands on July 22, and the course was 
completed by the winner on the 26th. Course and distances. — - 
Brooklands to Hendon (20 miles), Harrogate (182 miles); 
Newcastle (68), Edinburgh (93), Stirling (61), Glasgow (22). 
Carlisle {8Q), Manchester (103), Bristol (141), Exeter (65). 
Salisbury (83), Brighton (76), Brooklands (40). Total distance. 
1,010 miles. 

Plactxgs. 

1. — " Beaumont." Time, 22 hours 28min. lSsec. 

2. — J. Vedrines. 

3. — J. Valentine. 
European Circuit. — In the circuit of Europe, starting and 
finishing at Paris, a distance of 1,730 kilometres was covered in 
July. The placings, times and awards are as follows : 

h. m. s. Francs. 

1 — " Beaumont " 58 38 4 /s 106,221 

2.— Guitos 62 17 16% 42,333 

A 3.— Vidart 73 32 57 3 /5 16,555 

The winner's time was 51 hours 40min. 41sec. 

Lieut. Porte on a British- built Deperdussin biplane with 
Captain Dawes as passenger flew from Salisbury Plain to 
Hendon (82 miles) in 1 hour 5min. The highest altitude 
attained was 3,000ft. 

Airship Passenger Record. — The Zeppelin Airship in Sept., 
1912, created a record by taking forty- two passengers in 
addition to a crew of fifteen. 

Airship Duration and Distance Record. — Count Zeppelin, 
commanding a naval airship, left Friedrichshafer on August 18, 
1912, carrying twenty-one persons, and remained in the air 
for thirty hours ; in that time the airship tra veiled 1,000 miles. 
During the whole of the time wireless communication was kept 
up with land stations. 

World's Records — Accepted by The International Federation 
of Aeronatics, up to September. 30, 1913. 







Speed. — Aviator onl 


y. 




Distance. 


Country 






Time. 


Kilos 


Aviator. 


Holding Record 




Date. 


H. ar. s. 


5. 


J. Vedrines 


. United States Sept, 


9, 1912 . 


. 1 43% 


10. 


M. Prevost 


. France 


Sept 


29,1913 . 


. 2 56? 5 


20. 


ti 


„ ...... 




, ,, 


. O 5 54V5 


30. 


M 


) 




, »» 


. 8 52 1/5 


40. 


M 


% „ 




• t. 


. 11 50 V 5 


50. 


tf 







t •« 


. 14 48 % 


100. 


M 


* M 




• t, 


. 29 40 


150. 


tl 


\ 




, M 


. 44 38 


200. 




. 




« *f 


. 59 45">5 


250. 


J. Vedrines 




Jan. 


9, 1913 . 


. 2 1 533 5 


300. 


Coblioni . . 


! Italy . '. *. '. '. '. \ 


Mar. 


28, 1912 . 


. 2 49 — 


350. 


Gilbert ... 


. France 


Dec. 


30, 1912 . 


. 3 26 16 


400. 


»♦ • • 


M 




♦ »» 


. 3 55 27 3 s 


450. 


,, ... 






. .» 


. 4 24 44*5 


500. 


,, 







» .5 


. 4 54 6I/5 


600 : 


,, ... 


M 




, 


. 5 52 38 


700. 


Fourney . . . 


„ • ...... 


Sept.' 


11. 1912 . 


. 9 31 1 


800. 


„ ... 






, 9, «. 


. 10 44 454.5 


900. 


,, ... 








. 11 59 9% 


1000. 


•• ••• 


„ 




»• • 


. 13 1 12 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



291 



Greatest Speed. 
Country 
Aviator. Holding Records. 



M. Prevost 
G. Legagneux 
E. Xieuport. . . 
P. Mendelli . . . 
G. Busson 



France . . 
France. . 
France. . 
Austria . 
France. . 



Fourney France. . 

E. Guillaux . . France. . 

H. Bier Austria 

Mendelli Austria . 

Cuempel France. . 



Date. 
.Sept. 29, 1913.. 
. July 20, 1912.. 
. July 20,1912.. 
. Aug. 16, 1912.. 
, Mar. 10, 1911.. 

Distance. 
. Sept, 11, 1912. . 
. Feb. 11, 1913.. 

Oct. 1,1912.. 
. Aug. 16, 1912.. 

April 15, 1912. . 



Speed per hour in\a. 
fight of 5 Kilometres. 
203. 850 kilometre.*. 
135.952 
102.855 
106.29 
87.251 

1010.900kilometres. 
410 



112 

110 
250 



Time 
Hours. 
i 

1 
2 



Aviator. 
M. Prevost . 



Time. 
Country 
Holding Record. Date. 

, France Sept. 29 1913. 



12 
13 



J. Vedrines . . 
M. Tabuteau 
Gilbert 



Bournique . . 
M. Tabuteau 

Fourney . 



Jan. 9, 1913 
Jan. 24, 1912 
Dec. 30, 1912 

Dec* 31, 1910 
Dec. 30. 1910 
Sept, 11, 1912 



Fourney .... France . 

Gaubert . . . France 

Fuller Germany . . 

Gaell Germany. . 



Duration. 

Country . Passenger. 



Aviator. Country. Passenger. Date. 

Sept. 11, 1912.. 

... 1 Aug. 30, 1913 . . 

.. 2 Feb. 13, 1913.. 

.. 3.... Sept, 2, 1913.. 

Altitude. 

Perreyon . . France Mar. 13, 1913 . . 

Perreyon . . France 1 . . . . June 3, 1913 . . 

Von Blasche. Austria 2 June 29, 1913. . 



Distance 

mioj. 

. 50 

. 100 

. 200 

. 216.937 

. 310.281 

. 401.900 

. 510 

. 490 

. 522.935 

. 585.200 

. 661.200 

. 774.800 

. 820.800 

. 904.400 

. 980.400 

Time 

H. M. S. 
13 17 57V& 
6 42 49=*s 
3 16 
3 11 14 

Metres. 

5880 
4960 
3580 



NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. 

England to France and Back. — Hon. C. S. Rolls flew from 
England to France and back on June 2, 1910. The flight was 
accomplished without landing. 

London to Manchester. — On Wednesday, April 20, 1910. 
M. Paulhan left Hendon for Hampstead, en route for Manchester 
on a Henry Farman biplane. He reached Manchester (Burnage) 
on Thursday, April 21, at 5-32 a.m., after resting at Lichfield 
overnight. 

London to Paris. — On April 12, 1911, M. Prier, on a Bleriot. 
flew from Hendon to Issy (France) without a stop, in 3 hours 
56min. On August 4, 1911, Jules Vedrines, on a Morane 
machine followed a similar course to Prier, but made one stop 
at Dieppe where he gave exhibition flights. Resuming, hi 
arrived at Issy, having covered the distance in the net tima 
of 3 hours 50min. 



292 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Paris to Berlin (without a stop). — M. A. Sequin, on a biplane, 
succeeded in flying from Paris to Berlin, on Sept. 13, 1913, 
without a stop. He covered 950 kilos., in 10 hours oliruin. 

Prance to Spain. — Early in October, 1910, Tabuteau (Maurice- 
Farman) flew from San Sebastian over the sea to Biarritz and 
thence to Bayonne, in one hour five minutes. First flight 
between France and Spain. 

Trans- Alpine Flight. — On Sept. 30, 1910, M. Chavez, on a 
Bleriot monoplane, started from Brique and successfully passed 
the highest point of the Simplon Pass. In alighting at Domo 
d'Ossola, 35 miles from bis starting point, his machine capsized 
and injured Chavez to such an extent that he succumbed on 
the following Tuesday. 

Wireless Messages froji Aeroplane. — On September 25, 1910,' 
Robert Loraine, on a Bristol aeroplane, sent messages by 
wireless telegraphy to a temporary station rigged up on Lark 
Hill. The Morse key was operated by the left hand while he 
controlled the machine with his right. 

Over the Pyrenees. — M. Tabuteau, on September 28, 1910, flew 
across the Pyrenees from Biarritz to San Sebastian and back. 

Flying the Channel. — Monsieur Bleriot flew across the 
3Snglish Channel from Calais to Dover, on Sunday morning, 
July 25, 1909, in 33min., the wind being estimated at 
20 miles per hour. 

Aerial Post. — An experimental Aerial Posb was started on 
September 27, 1911, between London and Windsor. Mr. Hamel 
started from Hendon at 5-18 and landed at Windsor at 5-44. 
The label attached to the first bag of mails was afterwards gent 
by the Windsor Postmaster to the King. 

Looping the Loop. — Pegoud (France) using a Bleriot monoplane 
succeeded in flying upside down and guiding his machine in 
all kind of positions while in the air. This performance took 
place in France, in October, 1913, and subsequently Pegoud 
repeated the feat in other countries. 

B. C. Hucks, on a monoplane, on Nov. 15, 1913, was the 
first Britisher to loop the loop and fly upside down. His 
performance took place at Buc, in France. 

The feat of looping the loop was accomplished in the United 
Kingdom by a British aviator for the first time at the Hendon 
aerodrome, on November 26, when Mr. B. C. Hucks gave a 
demonstration on his Bleriot monoplane. 

Chevilhard (France) " looped the loop " on a biplane, on 
November 16, 1913, and the next day succeeded in the same 
evolutions when carrying a passenger. 



DRAUGHTS. 

WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP, 1913. 

Mv. M. E. Pomeroy, defeated Mr. Alfred Jordan, of London, 
in the best two out of three games. Altogether they played 
iifty-one games, of which forty-eight were drawn. 



FIVES. 

Enslieh Championship : J. Mordue. Sunderland. 



IRE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 293 

WRESTLING. 



" SPORTING CHRONICLE » 
RULES OF CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN WRESTLING. 



{To govern all matches made for which the Editor of the 

Sporting Chronicle is Stakeholder and appoints Referee). 

Attire. 

1. The wrestlers shall be in stocking feet or barefoot ; no 
shoes must be worn that hare about them leather, nails, or any 
other hard substance. Each man is allowed, to wear knee guards 
but no belts must be worn that have leather straps or metal 
fasteners. Neither will a wrestler be allowed to be rubbed with 
grease, resin, or any pernicious drug on any part of his body. 

Holds Barred. 

2. The " full nelson," the " hang," and all other " strangle " 
holds are barred. Neither will a wrestler be allowed to pull an 
opponent's ears, nose, or toes ; nor will striking, butting, 
chopping, scratching, or gouging be allowed, nor any other unfair 
act of brutality. A wrestler is allowed to pull his opponent's 
finger's apart, or from a limb, to loosen a hold, but bending a 
man's fingers back for no other purpose than breaking them. 
is a foul that can be punished by disqualification. When pushing 
an opponent's face away to break a hold, a wrestler must use 
the butt of the hand, and not the knuckles. 

3. " Gobbing " {i.e., the unfair Use of the bony part of the 
wrist on an opponent's nose and mouth) is not allowed as a 
punishment, but a wrestler shall be allowed to take hold, across 
an opponent's face when throwing him back to secure a fall. 
A wrestler will not be allowed to use the " hang " nor the front 
strangle hold across his opponent's mouth or nose, or make a 
bar with his own arm for the purpose of getting on additional 
power to punish, or stop an opponent from breathing. 

Seconds. 

4. In all matches made under the Sporting Chronicle rules 
no seconds shall be allowed in the ring or on the mat. If in the 
opinion of the referee a second shall by his conduct cause any 
trouble amongst the wrestlers or the spectators likely to interfere 
with the proper carrying out of the match, the referee is 
empowered to award a fall against the principal of the offending 
seconder. A second will not be allowed to give his man any 
refreshment until permitted to do so by the referee, after the 
wrestlers have mutually agreed to stop for that purpose. 

_ 4A. If a contest is stopped through the misconduct of a 
seconder or supporters of either of the competitors, the referee 
is empowered to give his decision in favour of the non- off ending- 
parties. 

On and Off the Mat. 

5. In the case of matches in small rings and limited spaces 
indoors, where wrestlers compete on a carpet or mat, the referee 
is empowered to use his discretion whether the wrestlers shall 
continue in case they have got off the mat or carpet if a fall is 
imminent, or if in his opinion it would be an injustice to the 
wrestler who had secured such an advantage on the wrestling- 
area. Although no wrestling is allowed off the mat, nor a fresh 
combination of holds permitted under such circumstances, the 
referee is empowered to give a fall if nothing but a press down is 
required after the men have worked out of the wrestling space. 



294 THE SPORTING CHEONICLE ANNUAL. 

Points. 

6. In deciding on points the referee's decision will go to the 
wrestler whom he considers has shown the best ability in attack 
and defence and general wrestling. Wrestlers will note that 
attack is a more important consideration than defence. The 
time limit will be split up into sections, and marks will be recorded 
for both men in that period on merits. Although getting the back 
position is a point of vantage that would be recognised, and the 
length of time the position is held would be another point-scoring 
factor, wrestlers must note that getting at the back and simply 
hanging on doing nothing would not be recognised as attack, and 
furthermore the under man can under certain conditions be 
credited with aggressiveness. A man getting clear away after 
his opponent has secured the back position would equal the 
points scored by his opponent in getting there. Beversing 
positions would do the same, and would carry with it the advantage 
of attack, and afford an opportunity of equalling the points 
scored by his opponent or improving on them. In the case of 
fast and clever combinations of holds, the results of rallies would be 
the guiding point of a referee, with a consideration for the wrestler 
responsible for same. 

Falls. 

7. A pin fall in Lancashire catch-as-catch-can wrestling is 
recorded the instant a referee can see two shoulders touching 
the ground at the same time, no matter how quickly it may occur 
always providing, of course, the men are in holds. This shall be 
deemed a pin tall. The referee must actually see the shoulders 
touch, and must not anticipate ; if there is any doubt on the 
point the under-man must be given the benefit. 

Leaving the Ring. 

8. In the event of a wrestler leaving the ring before a bout is 
finished, a fall shall be given against him ; or if a wrestler who has 
won a fall shall refuse to continue, the referee shall decide the 
match in favour of his opponent. 

Referee's Powers. 

9. Any point of contention or dispute arising in any match 
that is not provided for in these rules shall be settled by the 
referee appointed by the Editor of the Sporting Chronicle, whose 
decision shall be absolutely final and subject to no appeal in any 
court of law. 



PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND, 1913. 

Catch- as-Catch-Can (Lancashire) Style. 
(Under Sporting Chronicle Rules.) 

SC LBS. ST. LBS. 

Fly-weight 5 12 . . 8 John R. Lloyd, Pendleburv. 

Bantam-weight ... 5 18 . . 8 6 John R. Lloyd, Pendlebury. 

Feather-weight 6 6.. 9 James Winstanley, Wigan. 

Light-wt. (old rules) 6 15 . . 9 9 Teddy Whittaker, Bolton. 

Light-weight 7 . . 10 Miles Sweeney, Atherton. 

Welter-weight 7 8 . . 10 8 Tom Rose, Bolton. 

Light-Middle-weight 7 14 . . 11 Jack Bailey. Pendlebury. 

Middle-weight ... 8 . . 11 6 Bob Berry, Wigan. 

Heavy-weight 8 8 . . 12 Jim Foster, Pemberton. 

With one or two exceptions these weights are at Ringside. 



Cumberland and Westmorland stylf, 

91 Stone Championship. — Final Falls. — H. Kitchin threw 
W. Robinson twice out of three times and won. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



295 



SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIPS, 1913. 

H rax y-W eights. — Proven, Lesmahagow, beat Trotter, Leith Police 
Bantam Weights— -Morrison, II olyrood, beat Beattie.Lesmahagbw 



NATIONAL AMATEUR WRESTLING ASSOCIATION, 
CHAMPIONS OF 1913. 

Catch- as- Catch-Cast. 
Bantam-weight. — A. E. Fournier, Olympic A.W.C. 
Feather-weight. — P. H. Cockings, Passmore Edwards S.G. 
L iijht- weight. — H. A. Oberholzer, Northampton Polytechnic I.G.C. 
Middle-weight. — S. V. Bacon, London A.W.S. 
Heavy-weight. — W. J. West , City Police A.C. 

Cumberland and Westmorland. 
Feather-weight. — E. Winskill, London A.W.S. and Barnet Y.M.C.A 
Liiiht-weight.—'E. G. Saxby, London A.W.S. 
Middle-weight.— J. Winskill, London A.W.S. 
Heavy-weight. — J. Winskill, London A.W.S. 



NORTHERN COUNTIES CHAMPIONSHIP. 

At Bradford, November 22, 1913. 

Feather Weights (9st 71b).~ G. H. Stott (Bradford All Saints) beat 

II. A. Wright (Bolton) in 1mm. 15sec, and 14min. 13sec. 

Light Weights (lOst 71b). — T. Newton(Bolton) beat W. Livingstone 
(Barrow) on points in lOmin. 



COMPARATIVE TABLES. 



ENGLISH AND FOREIGN 
DISTANCES. 

equal 51 

„ 5£f. 

., 6f. 

., 7f. 

„ lm. 

„ 9f. 

„ lim. 

„ lm. 2if. 

„ lm. 3f. 

„ lim. 

.. l*m. 

„ lm. 7f. 

„ 2m. iff. 

., 2m. 3f. 

„ 2£m. 

„ 2fm. 

„ 3m. If. 

„ 3m. 31f. 

., 3m. 7f. 

,. 4m. if. 



1,000 metres 

1,100 ., 

1,200 ., 

1,400 „ 

1,600 .. 

1,800 „ 

2,000 „ 

2,100 „ 

2,200 „ 

2,400 „ 

2,800 „ 

3,000 „ 

3,500 „ 

3,800 „ 

4,000 „ 

4,400 „ 

5,000 ., 

5,500 „ 

6,200 ., 

6.500 „ 



ENGLISH AND FOREIGN 
WEIGHTS, 



Kilos. 


St. 


lbs. 


40 equal 


6 


4 


42 „ 


fi 


8 


45 „ 


7 


1 


47 ., 


7 


fi 


50 „ 


7 


12 


52 ., 


8 


3 


53 „ 


8 


5 


55 „ 


8 


9 


58 „ 


9 


2 


60 „ 


9 


7 


62 ., 


9 


11 


65 „ 


10 


3 



70 
72 
75 
78 
SO 



10 10 

11 
11 5 

11 12 

12 4 
12 8 



St. 1 


bs. 


5 


7 eq 


6 


o , 


6 


7 . 


7 


, 


7 


7 . 


8 


. 


8 


7 , 


8 


12 . 


9 


, 


9 


7 , 


10 


. 


10 


7 , 


11 


. 


11 


7 , 


12 


. 


12 


7 , 


13 


. 


13 


7 . 



Kilos. 

lal 35 
38 
41 
44£ 
47£ 
50 £ 
54 
56 £ 
57 
60 
62 £ 
66£ 
70 
73 
76] 
79' 
82£ 
85 i 



296 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

SKITTLES. 



RULES OF THE GAME OF SKITTLES. 

(From the Handbook of the Amateur Skittle Association, 
1913-14.) 

1. — The Frame. The frame shall be 4ft. 6in. square, the plate 
circular, 3in. in diameter, and 22iin. from centre to centre. 

2. — The Run. The run shall be 3ft. in width, and not less 
than 21ft. in length from the front of the first plate. . 

3. — The Pins. The pins shall not be more than 6£in. in 
diameter (and not less than 6£in.), they shall be 14Hn. in height, 
and 3in. in diameter at the base. 

4. — The Throw. The throw shall be made by the player 
standing with his right heel at least 21ft. from the front plate 
and delivering the ball on the first step. He shall have the option 
of taking one following step with his right foot, but must (until 
the ball is dead) keep his left foot behind a line drawn 15Aft. 
from the front plate. 

In the case of a left-handed player read " left " for " right " 
and " right " for " left' 

The player must remain within the run until the ball is dead. 
The ball is not dead until it is motionless on, or is off, the frame. 

The penalty for the infringement of this Rule is that an extra 
throw shall be counted, but if, in the opinion of the referee, a 
player wilfully breaks this rule he shall lose the chalk. 

5. — Foul Pins. That any pin having been knocked down by 
the ball or by another pin after either has once left the frame, 
shall be considered a foul pin, and must be again set up in its 
original position. - 

Should a pin, having been knocked down, again stand up, it 
shall be considered a down pin. 

WINNERS FOR 1913. 

A.S.A. Championship Cup. — Barnes. 

A.S.A. Minor Cup. — Shepherd's Bush. 

Individual Championship. — Tcm Jacob?, of the Drayton Court 

Club, who beat Colleiss, of Barnes, the previous lulder. 
Dewar Shield. — High Cross (Tottenham). 
6i Gore " Trophy. — Chelsea (" Man in the Moon "). 



TROTTING AND PACING. 



AMERICAN RECORDS IN 1913. 

TROTTING.* 

One Mile (Two-year-old). — 2mim 4isec, Peter Volo. br c by 

Peter the Great (2min. 7isec.) — Nervolo Belle (2min. 44sec.) 

PACING. 
One Mile (Three-year-old). — 2min. 5sec, William b c by Abe J. 

(2min. lOsec.) 
One Mile (Five-year-old). — 2min. lisec, Braden Direct bk h by 

Baron Direct. 
One Mile (on i-mile track).— 2min. 22sec, Directum I., ch h by 

.Directum Kelly (2min. 8isec.) 
• These records arrived too late for insertion among other Trotting 
Records in another section of the Annual. 



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CARDS. 



SOLO WHIST. 

Solo whist is played by four players, who use a full pack of 
cards, thirteen being dealt to each. The deal is determined by 
c rtting, the lowest card having the privilege of the deal, and 
tha ace counting as low. The cards are dealt from left to right, 
three at a time, the last four necessarily in singles, and the last 
card, which is turned face upwards, is the trump card. The 
following are the points of the game in the order of merit : — 
1, Proposition and Acceptance ; 2, Solo ; 3, Misere ; 4, Abondance; 
5, Misere Ouvert ; 6, Abondance Declare. When a player thinks 
he holds four tricks in his own hand he proposes, that is, he asks 
for a partner who also thinks he can make four tricks, and the 
pair are bound to make eight tricks between them. Should 
another player fancy he can make five tricks in his own hand, he 
declares Solo, and the proposition is overcalled ; if his hand is so 
poor that he thinks he can lose every trick, he calls Misere. and 
when the game assumes this phase there are no trumps. When 
a player holds so strong a hand that he fancies he can make 
nine tricks, he declares Abondance, in which case he has the 
privilege of making his own trumps. Abondance in the original 
trump suit, however, takes precedence of the same call in any 
other suit. Misere Ouvert is played as an ordinary Misere, except 
that after the first trick is played the declarer must expose his 
remaining cards on the table. Abondance Declare is the highest 
call in the game, and by it the declarer binds himself to make the 
whole of the thirteen tricks. At this call there are no trumps. 

When a proposition is accepted, and not over-called, the rules 
of ordinary whist apply to the game, except that the partners 
do not necessarily sit opposite one another, but remain in their 
original positions at the table. The actual offender pays the 
stakes in all cases of a revoke, except in the cases of a proposer 
and acceptor, who, being voluntary partners, pay the fine between 
them. In the event of a Solo being played, should any of his 
opponents play out of turn, the declarer may either call the 
exposed card or call upon the player to play his highest of the 
suit, or his highest or lowest card. Should any player revoke, 
the Soloist may either claim the game at once, or claim three 
tricks for each revoke. The Soloist, on the other hand, may 
expose any or all of his cards without incurring a penalty ; but if 
he should play out of turn, the card so played may be treated as 
an exposed card, and called at any time during the game. In 
the event of his revoking, the Soloist loses three tricks for each 
revoke, and he cannot win that hand, although he may save his 
stake by making three over-tricks for each revoke. Abondance 
is played under the same conditions as Solo. In Misere the 
declarer can claim the game if either of his three opponents 
should revoke, play out of turn, or expose a card. In such cases 
it is customary at the best clubs to make the offending player 
pay the stakes for the other two players as well as for himself, 
as it is not right they should suffer for his negligence. The 
declarer of Misere incurs no penalty by exposing his cards or 
playing out of turn ; but should he revoke he loses the game. 
There are no over or under tricks at Misere, the game being 
ended as soon as the caller takes a trick. Misere Ouvert is 
subject to the same rules as ordinary Misere, and Abondance 
Declare is governed by the laws and penalties applicable to Solo. 

Before commencing to play, it is necessary to agree upon the 
nun to be played for, and this fixed sum is all that has to be 
paid for a Proposition or a Solo. On Misere, twice the amount 
has to be paid ; Abondance involves three times the amount of 
the Solo. Misere Ouvert four times, and Abondance Declare six 



298 THE SPOTTING CHllOXKXE AVNUAL. 

times the sum fixed upon for the Solo stake. All tricks made by 
the declarer above his required number are called over- tricks 
and in Proposition and Solo they are paid for at one- fourth of the 
amount of Proposition ; but if the proposer and acceptor, or the 
soloist, should make a " slam " on their opponents by making 
the whole of the thirteen tricks they are entitled to double pav 
for the over-tricks, but not for the stakes. Should the Abondance 
player make a " slam " he receives double the usual Abondance 
allowance, or four times the fixed amount for each over-trick. 
Under- tricks follow the same rule, the player who fails to make 
the- required number having to pay for every trick of which he 
is short, in addition to the fixed stake. An exception is made, 
however, in the case of Abondance Declare, the declarer of which 
pays nothing more than the fixed sum if he loses. 

CRIBBAGE. 

This is decidedly the best game of cards for two players, but it 
can also be played by three or four. When three play a triangular 
marking board should be used, so that no confusion may arise in 
scoring ; when there are four players they form two couples and 
play partners. A full pack of cards is used, and the deal is 
decided by cutting. The dealer gives five or six cards to each 
player, according as he decides to play five-card or six-card 
cribbage, the latter form of the game being allowable only when 
there are no more than two players. The " crib " is formed by 
each player discarding two cards from his hand when there are 
only two players, and one card when there are three or four 
players. These cards are not played, but they count for the 
dealer, along with the turn-up card. The non-dealer then cuts 
the remaining cards, and -the topmost card is then turned up bv 
the dealer, who, if it happens to be a knave, scores " two for his 
heels." If in the course of the game a player scores more points* 
than he is entitled to, be is liable to be " pegged," that is, to be 
put back as many points as he may have over-scored, and have 
them added to his opponents score. If a player score out before 
he has really won he loses the game. At five-card cribbage the 
non-dealer is entitled to three points as a solatium for losing the 
deal. These should be taken at the commencement of the game 
to prevent confusion, but they camiot be scored in order to win 
the game if only three points are required. They are not allowed 
in six-card cribbage. Scoring is done by counting two for each 
fifteen, two for a pair, six for a pair royal, and twelve for a 
double pair royal. Sequences and flushes count according to 
their numbers, three or more consecutive cards constituting a 
sequence ; while all the cards must be of one suit to constitute a 
flush. In playing the hand, however, the cards held by the 
player are sufficient to constitute a flush ; but in crib the card 
turned up on the pack will also have to be of the same suit. All 
scores, excepting the flushes, count in play as well as in hand ; 
while in play the player who makes 31, which is as far as the 
hand is allowed to go, takes two holes for it, and " one for ago" 
if he fall short of the exact 31. There are no trumps at cribbage * 
but should the dealer turn up a jack he scores " two for \i*i 
heels," while either player holding the jack of the suit turned up 
counts " one for his nob." The highest score obtainable at 
cribbage is 29, which can only be made by holding three fives 
and a jack in hand or crib, whilst the fourth five, which must be 
of the same suit as the jack, must be turned up on the pack. 
Regular cribbage players count very rapidly, but for the benefit 
of those less experienced we append a few of the principal scores : 

^ , Count 

Four fives and a court card or ten 28 

Two fives, two fours, and a six 24 

Two sixes, two fours, and a five 24 



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Count 

Two sixes, two fives, and a four 24 

Four threes and a nine 24 

Two sevens, two eights, and a nine 24 

Three fives and two court cards (pairs) or tens 22 

Three fives and two court cards (not pairs) 20 

Two nines, two eights, and a seven 20 

Three sevens and two aces 20 

Four deuces and a nine 20 

Three threes and two sixes 18 

Two threes, two deuces, and an ace 16 

Two nines, an eight, a seven, and a six 10 

Three fives and a tenth card 14 

Two aces, a six, a seven, and an eight (the 'ragged 

thirteen') 13 

Three threes and a nine 12 

Three sixes and a three 12 

Three sevens and an ace 12 

Two eights and two sevens 12 

Three sevens and an eight 12 

Three nines and a six 12 

Two nines, a seven, and an eight 10 

Two sixes, a seven, and an eight 10 

A ten, a nine, an eight, a seven, and a six 9 

Two sevens, a six, and a five 8 

A nine, an eight, a seven, and a six 8 

Laws of Cribbage. 

1. The players cut for deal. The ace is lowest in cutting. In 
case of a tie they must cut again. The holder of the lowest card 
deals. 

2. Not fewer than four cards is considered a cut ; nor must the 
non- dealer touch the pack after he has cut it. 

8, Too many or too few cards dealt constitute a misdeal, the 
penalty for which is the loss of the deal or the taking of two 
points by the non-dealer, at the option of the latter. 

4. A faced card necessitates a new deal without penalty, and 
a card exposed during the act of dealing necessitates a new deai 
without penalty. 

5. The dealer shuffles the cards, and the non-dealer cuts them 
for the " start." 

6. If the non- dealer touch the cards (except to cut them for 
the turn-up) after they have been cut for the start he forfeits 
two points. 

7. In cutting for the start not fewer than four cards must be 
lifted, nor fewer than four be left on the table. 

8. The non-dealer throws out for the crib before the dealer. A 
card once laid out cannot be recalled ; nor must either party 
touch the crib till the hand is played out. Either party con- 
fusing the crib card with his hand is liable to a penalty of two 
points, or his adversary may claim a fresh deal. 

9. The player who takes more points than those to which he 
is entitled, either in play or in reckoning his hand or crib, is 
liable to be " pegged " that is, to be put back as many points as 
he has over-scored, and have them added to his opponents' side. 

10. No penalty attaches to the taking of too few points in 
play, hand, or crib. 

11. When a player has once taken his hand or crib he cannot 
amend his score, but must abide the penalty. 

12. When a knave is turned up, " two for his heels " must be 
scored before the dealer's own hand be played, or they cannot 
be taken. 



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13. A player cannot demand the assistance of his adversary in 
'reckoning his hand or crib. 

14. A player may not touch his adversary's pegs except to 
" peg him " under a penalty of two points. If the foremost peg 
has been displaced by accident, it must be placed in the hole 
behind the peg standing on the board. 

15. The peg once holed cannot be removed by either player 
till another point or points be gained under any circumstances 
whatever. 

16. The player who scores a game as won, when in fact it is 
not won, loses it, together with all the bets he may have made, 
no matter what position his opponent may hold in the game. 

17. A lurch — scoring the whole sixty-one before your adversary 
has scored thirty-one — is equivalent to a double game. 

18. A card that may be legally played cannot be withdrawn 
after it has been once thrown face upwards on the table. 

19. If a player neglect to score his hand, crib, or any point or 
points of the game he cannot score them after the cards are 
packed or the next card played. 

20. The player who throws up his cards and refuses to score 
forfeits the game. 

21. If a player neglect to play when he can play a card within 
the prescribed thirty- one, he forfeits two holes. 

22. No penalty is attached to a wrong call in play, but the 
opponent may either insist on a right number being called or 
play a card and take advantage of the error. 

23. Each player's hand and crib must be plainly thrown down 
on the table, and not mixed with the pack, under penalty of 
forfeiture of the game. 

24. Either player refusing to abide by the laws of the game 
forfeits it. 

25. Bystanders are by no means allowed to interfere unless 
called upon to decide a dispute not provided for in these laws. 



NAPOLEON. 

Any number of persons up to ten can play at Nanoleon, but 
four or five players make the best game. The cards are shuffled, 
cut, and dealt singly, five cards to each player ; but there is no 
turn-up card. Any player can shuffle the cards, but the dealer 
is entitled to the last shuffle, and the pack is cut by the plaver 
on the right hand of the dealer. The player on the left of the 
dealer has the first call, and must call one or more ; the next 
can either " pass " or call a higher number, and so on ; but who- 
ever calls the highest number, or " Nap," commences the game. 

The following rules are given in an admirable little work by 
IT. G. Playfair, entitled, " The Game of Napoleon, and How to 
Play It ;; : — 

The Laws of the Game, 
Shufflixg. 

1. The cards should be shuffled above the table. This is 
absolute in order to prevent any sleight of hand in shuffling 
below or on the table. By the latter plan the position of certain 
cards might be shown. 

2. Each player has a right to shuffle the cards.the elder hand last 

Cuttixg. 

1. The younger hand cuts the cards to the dealer. 

2. After the pack is cut, fresh cards cannot be called for. 

3. If a card is exposed in cutting, a new shuffle and cut may 
be demanded. 

4. Fewer than three cards is not a cut. 



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Errors in Play. 

1. The penalty attached to any of the following errors in play 
is, that the player who errs is liable to pay not only the leader, 
but also the other players the amount of the stakes at issue :— - 

(i.) Playing out of turn. Exception : If a player plays a card 
Which cannot be beaten the other players may play at any time. 

(ii.) Exposing a card. 

iiii.) Revoking. 

(iv.) Making an egregious mistake in play. For example : If 
the leader has declared " three " and hoJds ace, queen, rag, and 
one of the players holding king and rag of the same suit throws 
Ins king ou the ace, that is an error for which he is liable to pay 
the game. 

(v.) Approval or disapproval of the play during the game then 
being played, or any improprieties of speech or gesture. 

<vi.) Asking any question regarding the game while it is 
proceeding. 



RULES OF BRIDGE. 

(By Professor Hoffmann.) 
The Preliminaries. 

Bridge is a game for four players. It is played with the full 
pack of 52 cards, two such packs being used alternately. The 
players cut for partners and for deal in the usual way ; the two 
players cutting lowest being partners against the two who cut 
highest ; and the player cutting lowest being the dealer. (For 
cutting purposes, ace is the lowest card.) The cards are then 
shuffled, cut and dealt as at Whist, save that no trump is turned. 

Should a player deal out of turn, or with the wrong pack, he 
may be stopped at .any time before the last card has been dealt ; 
otherwise the deal stands good. 

Misdeals are not recognised, and therefore involve no penalty. 
In the event of any error, or the exposure of a card, the same 
dealer deals again. 

Should any player have less than thirteen cards (the others 
having their right number) and not discover the deficiency till 
he has played one or more cards, the deal stands good ; and he 
is as answerable for any revoke lie may have made as if the 
missing card had been in his hand. He may search the second 
pack for the missing card. 

Selection of the Trump Suit. 

The cards having been dealt, each player looks at his hand, 
and the dealer names the suit which shall be trumps, being 
guided in his decision by sundry considerations to be hereafter 
explained. Or, if he prefer it, he may declare that the hand 
shall be played without trumps — all the suits being in such case, 
for trick-making purposes, of equal value. If he exercises his 
option he does so by naming the suit he elects, or saying " no 
trumps." If the dealer feels a difficulty in deciding as to his best 
course, he may transfer the option to his partner, the proper form 
of words being " I leave it to you, Partner " ; but they must 
not consult upon the subject, and a declaration, once made, 
cannot be altered. 

Should the dealer's partner make the trump declaration without 
having received permission from the dealer, the eldest hand 
(i.e., the player on the left of the dealer) may, unless in the 
meantime a declaration as to doubling or not doubling has been 
made, demand either that the suit declared shall stand, or that 
there shall be a new deal. 



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Should the dealer's partner profess to pass the declaration to 
the dealer, the eldest hand may demand either that there shall 
be a new deal, or that the dealer's partner shall himself make 
the declaration. 

Doubling. 

The trump suit having been decided, it rests with the opponents 
to say whether the normal scoring value of the tricks shall be 
doubled. The elder hand has the first option. If he feels doubtful 
on the matter, he asks his partner, " May I lead ? " This is 
understood, to mean, " Shall I lead, without doubling ? " If the 
answer is " Yes," or " Play," he does so ; but should he or his 
partner elect to double, the dealer arid his partner have the 
right to re-donble (in effect, to quadruple). Should they do so, 
their opponents may again double, the original doubler having 
the first right, and thus the option passes from the one to the 
other pair of partners till one of them says " Play." According 
to the Revised Code, however, the value of the trick cannot be 
raised beyond 100 points. 

Should the right-hand adversary of the dealer double before 
his partner has asked " May I lead ? " the declarer of the trump 
has the right to say whether the double shall stand. If he decides 
in the affirmative the process of doubling may continue. 

Should a player re-double out of turn, the adversary who last 
doubled shall decide whether or not the re-double shall stand. 
If he decides against it, no further doubling is allowed ; but if 
he decides that it shall stand, the process of re-doubling may be 
continued. 

Any consultation between partners as to doubling or re-doubling 
will entitle the maker of the trump or the eldest hand (as the case 
may be) to claim a new deal. 

Should eldest hand lead before the doubling is completed, his 
partner can only re-double with the consent of the adversary 
who last doubled. 

A declaration once made cannot be altered. 

It should be noted that doubling has regard to the value of 
tricks only. Other items of the score are not affected by it. 

The Course of the Game. 

All doubling and re- doubling being concluded, the elder hand 
leads, and the game proceeds as at Whist, save that the cards of 
the dealer's partner are turned face upwards and the dealer plays 
those cards as well as his own, in accordance with the rules 
following. 

Dummy. 

As soon as a card is led, whether in or out of turn, the dealer's 
partner must place his cards face upwards on the table, and the 
duty of playing the cards of that hand, which is called Dummy. 
devolves upon the dealer, who is alone entitled to claim and 
enforce any penalties in connection with that hand. 

After exposing Dummy, the dealer's partner takes no part 
whatever in the game, except that he may ask the dealer if he has 
none of a suit in which he may have renounced. If he calls 
attention to any incident in respect of which a penalty might 
have been exacted, the fact that he has done so deprives the 
dealer of the right to enforce such penalty. 

The Code as originally framed allowed the dealer's partner to 
play from Dummy any card named by the dealer ; but under 
the Revised Code even this mechanical act is not permitted. 

Should the dealer's partner, by touching a card, or otherwise. 
suggest the play of a card from Dummy, either of the adversaries 
may call upon the dealer to play or not to play that card. 

The dealer's partner may not look over the hand of either 
adversary, nor leave his seat in order to watch his partner's play. 



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Should a revoke be made in playing Dummy's hand, there is 
no penalty. If in such case the error is not discovered till the 
hick is turned and quitted, the trick stands good. 

Exposed Carps. 
The following are regarded as exposed cards. 
I. — Two or more cards played at once. 
II.— Any card dropped with its face upwards, or in any way 
exposed upon or above the table, even though snatched up 
so quickly that no one can name it. A card dropped on 
the floor, on the other hand, is not an exposed card. 
If, after the deal and before the trump declaration, a card is 
exposed by the dealer or his partner, the eldest hand may claim a 
new deal. (The original law gave the right to either adversary.) 
If after the deal, but before a card is led, any player shall 
expose a card, his partner forfeits the right to double or re-double. 
If the leader's partner be the offender, the dealer may either call 
the card in question, or require the leader not to lead that suit. 
X.B. — On the principle that Dummy can manifestly gain 
nothing from an exposure of any or all of his partner's 
cards, such exposure involves no penalty. 

Cards Liable to be Called. 

All cards exposed by the dealer's adversaries are liable to be 
called, and must be left face upwards on the table. Apart from 
accidental exposure, there are sundry other cases in which cards 
are liable to be called. Thus — 

Should either of the dealer's adversaries play to an imperfect 
trick the best card, or lead one which is a winner against the 
dealer and his partner, and then lead again, or play several such 
winning cards without waiting for his partner to play, the latter 
may be called upon to win, if he can, the first or any other of those 
tricks, and the other cards improperly played as above are 
exposed cards. Or. should either of the dealer's adversaries 
throw his cards on the table face upwards, they are liable to be 
called, as exposed cards, by the dealer. If, however, all the 
players throw their cards face upwards on the table, the hands 
are abandoned, and the score must be left as claimed and admitted. 

Should the dealer indicate that all or any of the remaining 
tricks are his, he may be required to place his cards face upwards 
on the table ; but they are not liable to be called. (This law 
appears for the first time in the Revised Code.) ^ i 

Leading Out of Turst. 

Should either of the dealer's adversaries lead out of turn, the 
dealer may call a suit from him or his partner when it is next the 
turn of either to lead ; or he may call the card erroneously led. 

The dealer himself leading out of turn, either from his own 
hand or Dummy's, incurs no penalty, but he cannot rectify the 
error after the second hand has played. Under the Revised Code 
his partner is not permitted to call attention to the error ; but 
it is of course open to the adversaries to do so, and to insist upon 
a lead from the proper hand. 

If, however, all the players have played to an erroneous lead, 
the trick is complete, and the error cannot be rectified. 

Revokes. 
A revoke, in the strict sense, is when a player (other than 
Dummy) holding one or more cards of the suit led, plays a card 
of a different suit. A player is, however, equally liable to the 
penalties of a revoke, if, having rendered himself liable to have 
the highest or lowest of a suit called, to win or not to win a trick, 
or to lead a particular suit, he fails to play as required. 



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The fact that a player holds a card short of his proper number 
(whether from a mistake in the deal, or from having played two 
cards to one trick, or mixed a card with a trick to which it does 
not properly belong), is no excuse for any revoke which he may 
have made in consequence ; his liability being the same as if the 
card in question, had been actually in his hand. 

The penalty for a revoke is the loss of three tricks, and such 
penalty may at the option of the adversaries, after consultation, 
be enforced in three different ways, viz : 

They may take three tricks from the revoking player and add 
them to their own — or deduct the value of three tricks from his 
existing score, or add the value of three tricks to their own score. 

They cannot, however, enforce the penalty partly in one way 
and partly in another. 

Should more than one revoke occur in the course of the same 
hand, the penalty may be claimed for each offence. 

In the event of a revoke, the offenders cannot score game, 
slam, or little slam that hand ; neither can they raise their total 
of tricks (however many they may have previously scored) to 
more than 28 (two short of " game ") that hand. 

A revoke is established when the trick is once turned and 
quitted ; or if the revoking player or his partner lead or play to 
the trick following. A player may, however, ask his partner 
whether he has not a card of the suit in which he has renounced, 
in which case (unless the question be answered in the negative, 
or the revoking player or his partner has led or played to., the. 
following trick), subsequent turning and quitting of the trick 
does not establish the revoke, and the mistake may be corrected. 

In the case of a player discovering his mistake in time to save 
the revoke, any players who may have played after him may 
withdraw their cards, and substitute others, and the cards with- 
drawn are not liable to be called. 

If the player in fault be one of the dealer's adversaries, the 
dealer may call the card played in error, or require him to play 
his highest or lowest card to the trick. 

- The Revised Code provides that if the player in fault be the 
dealer, the eldest hand may require him (provided that both of 
his adversaries have played to the trick), to play his highest or 
lowest card of the suit. This penalty, however, cannot be exacted 
when the dealer is fourth in hand, nor can it be exacted from 
Dummy. 

At the end of a hand, the claimants of a revoke may search all 
the tricks. After a revoke has been claimed, should the accused 
player or his partner mix the cards before they have been 
sufficiently examined, the revoke is regarded as established. 

Should both sides have subjected themselves to the penalty of 
a revoke, each is punished at the discretion of their adversaries, 
and neither can win the game that hand. 

Tricks Turned and Quitted. 

Under the original Code a player might demand to see the last 
trick turned, as well as the trick in course of play. The Revised 
Code takes away this privilege, the new rule on the subject being 
as under. 

"- Once a trick is complete, turned, and quitted, it must not be 
looked at " (except for the purpose of establishing a revoke) 
" until the end of the hand." 

This rule is likely to be somewhat unpopular, save among 
experts ; indeed, it has already excited very energetic protests, 
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THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 305 

There is no doubt that the new rule, theoretically wholesome 
as it may be. will operate somewhat seriously to the .dis- 
advantage of weak players. Without questioning the general 
obligation of a law expressly laid down by the governing 
authority, it may be mildly suggested that, save in circles where 
the " rigour of the game," beloved by Mrs. Battle, is an essential 
condition, no particular harm will be done by ignoring the new 
rule in favour of the old one. 

The Score. — Tricks. 
A game is 30 up, made by tricks only, according to the following 
valuation : — ■ 

Each trick (above six) scores : 

When Spades are trumps . . 2 points. 

Clubs „ . . 4 „ 

Diamonds „ . . 6 

Hearts „ . . 8 

playing " no trunips " . . 12 
(Subject to proportionate increase where the adversaries have 
doubled, or the dealer and his partner re-doubled, and so on.) 
N.B. — The winning or losing of each game is decided solely 
by tricks, other modes of scoring affecting only the value 
of the rubber. 

Honours. 
The ace, ltina, queen, knave and ten of the trump suit are regarded 
as honours, and score as under : — 

Three honours, divided between partners, count as 2 by honours. 
Four „ „ „ .. 4 „ . . . 

Five „ 3 in one hand, 2 in the other .. 5 „ 

Four „ in one hand „ 8 

Five „ 4 in one hand, 1 in the other „ 9 

Five „ in one hand „ 10 

But the value of honours varies with the suit : Spades multi- 
plying the above figures by 2 ; Clubs by 4 ; Diamonds by 6 * 
and Hearts by 8, being the value of one trick in the suit ia 
Question. - 

Thus— 

In Spades: Clubs: Diamonds: Hearts 
Two by honours (as above) score 4 . . 8 . . 12 .16 
Four „ „ „ 8 .. 16 .. 24 .. 32 

Five „ .... 10 . . 20 . . 30 . . 40 

Eight .. „ .. 16 .32 .. 48 ..64 

Nine ., ., ., 18 . . 36 . . 54 . . 72 

Ten „ „ „ 20 . . 40 . . 60 . . 80 

The value of honours is not affected by doubling or re-doubling, 
these applying to the value of tricks only. 

Chicane. 
Should either player hold no trump, he is said to have 
" Chicane," for which he scores the same as two by honours in 
the given suit (i.e., 4, 8. 12 or 16, as the case may be). If honours 
are scored by his partner, the value of Chicane is added to them. 
If honours are scored by the adversaries, the value of Chicane is 
deducted from them. 

Playing " No Trumps." 
When playing without a trump suit, it is obvious that no 
honours (in the usual sense) can be scored, but in such case there 
ia a special score for holding aces, as under : — 

Point*. 

Three aces, divided between partners 30 

Four „ „ „ 40 

Four „ in one hand 100 



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Slam and Little Slam. 

Should two partners win every trick, tliey are said to make 
" Grand Slam " or, shortly, " Slam," scoring 40. Should they 
win all but one trick, " Little Slam," scoring 20. 

Honours, chicane, and slam do not count towards game, but 
only towards the value of the rubber. 

The Rubber. 

The rubber consists of the best two out of three games, and 
adds 100 points to the score of the winners : but in estimating 
its value all the items of the score are taken into consideration.. 

Thus, assuming that A and B are playing against X and Y, 
and that A and B are the winners of the rubber, the whole of 
the points made by A and B, by whatever means, are added 
together ; likewise the whole of the points made by X and Y. 
The latter total is then subtracted from the former, and the 
difference, plus 100, is the number of points to be paid for by 
X and Y. As these sometimes run into high figures, it is well 
that the value of the single point should be small. 

As a matter of convenience, the units of the total, if five or 
ess, are usually disregarded. If more than five they are reckoned 
as 10. Thus, a rubber of 184 points would be recorded as of 
180 only ; a rubber of 186 points would be recorded as 190. 

In scoring successive rubbers it is customary to omit the last 
figures of the total. Thus, the actual record in the two cases 
above supposed would be 18 and 19 respectively. The difference 
of the ultimate totals, multiplied by ten, will be the number of 
points to be paid for. 

It will here be well to describe the form of scoring paper 
generally adopted, and to give an example of its use. The paper 
is ruled as shown below, the lower portion being devoted to 
the scoring of tricks, and the upper to that of honours, &c. 

It is customary to begin entering the value of the tricks won 
immediately below, and that of the honours, &c. t immediately 
above the medial line, continuing downwards and upwards after 
the same fashion. 

Scoring Paper. 

A B i X Y 



24 
12 



30 



146 
80 



THE SPOETING CHEON1CLE ANNUAL. 307 

HINTS TO BEGINNEES.— General Maxims. 

1. Play to the score. To that end, keep a note of it yourself, 
even though your partner likewise does so. 

2. With a good hand, play up boldly and endeavour to get the 
most possible out of it. With a bad one, be content to defend, 
and try to get off as cheaply as possible. 

3. If you have acquired a Whist memory and Whist judgment, 
so much the better. On the other hand, endeavour to forget 
Whist rules of play. At Bridge they need so much qualification 
that they will hinder as often as they will help you. 

Playing to the Score. 

The novice cannot too soon acquire the habit of " playing to 
the score." This is especially to be borne in mind when making 
a declaration. To secure game on a black suit is better than 
taking chances on a red one, notwithstanding the greater value 
of the latter. 

As a material help in playing to the score, the following hints 
should be borne in mind : — 

1. At " love all," the game cannot be won on a black suit in 
a single hand. 

2. At the score of " six." four by tricks in Diamonds, three 
in Hearts, or two in " no trumps " will make game. Below 
six points, another trick is in each case necessary. 

3. Twenty- four is another critical point in the score, because 
a single trick in either Diamonds, Hearts, or " no trumps " 
secures game. 

The player should therefore make special efforts to reach these 
points, and, on the other hand, to prevent the opponents reaching 
them. 

4. The points of " fourteen " and " eighteen " are likewire 
of importance, as at fourteen you can win by two by tricks in 
Hearts, and at eighteen by two, by tricks either in Diamonds 
or Hearts ; by three in Clubs, or one in "no trumps." 

Bearing in mind these facts, you know how many tricks in a 
given suit each party needs in order to win, and from such 
knowledge may obtain useful guidance in making your declaration. 

An example may make this clearer. Suppose that your sccre 
is sixteen and that of your opponents eighteen, and that you have 
strength pretty equally divided in both Hearts and Diamonds. 
Under such circumstances you should declare Hearts, because 
two tricks will in such case carry you out, while Diamonds would 
not do so. If, on the other hand, the adversaries are at sixteen 
and you at eighteen, your proper course is to declare Diamonds, 
as two tricks will in such case suffice to give you game, while 
three are needed by your opponents. 

If the dealer cannot safely declare Diamonds (which he should 
only do on a very strong hand), Hearts or " no trumps." he should 
leave the choice to his partner. The only generally admitted 
exception is where, in view of the score, he can make certain of a 
win in a black suit, in which case he should declare accordingly. 

The Declaration. 

The following rules, which now find general acceptance, will 
be of material assistance to the novice in deciding what suit to 
declare, or whether to proclaim " no trumps." They must, 
however, by no means be regarded as absolute, but as subsidiary 
to indications given by the state of the score, as already mentioned. 



308 THE SPORTING CHROX1CLE ANNUAL. 

When to Declare " No Trumps." 

This declaration is now made very much more freely than it 
used to be. The dealer should declare " no trumps " in either 
of the following cases : — 

1. If he holds four aces, of whatever else his hand may 
consist. 

2. If he holds three aces, and a fairly good hand otherwise 
(unless he can make game a certainty in a red suit). 

3. If he has two aces, and good cards, say, king, queen, 
knave ; king, knave, ten ; or, King, queen, and three other 
cards, in another suit. 

4. If he has one ace, and a good all-round hand, i.e., some 
good cards in every suit. 

As a rough and ready means of assessing the value of a hand 
from the " no trump " point of view, the novice cannot do better 
than test it by what is known as the Eobertsonian rule. This 
is as follows : Reckon each knave 1, each queen 3, each king 5, 
and each ace 7. If, thus reckoned, the hand totals up to 21 or 
more, and the above cards, properly guarded, are distributed 
among not less than three suits, a call of no trumps is justifiable. 
Absolute weakness in one suit only is not a sufficient bar to a 
call of " no trumps," but with two weak suits the risk should 
not be taken. 

5. If he has one ace and three kings, all fnily guarded. 

6. If he has one ace, and two king- queen suits, all fairly 
guarded. 

7. If he has a very strong all-round hand, even without an 
ace ; e.g., king in all four suits, and queens in two or more 
others, or two court cards in each of three suits and a lolly 
protected king or queen in the fourth suit. 

Exception. — With ace, king, queen of Hearts, and two 

others, or the four best honours in Hearts, Hearts should 

be declared in preference to " no trumps." 

Towards the close of a game the position is somewhat altered- 

Having the better score, the dealer should declare, if he can, in 

such maimer as to make game a certainty, even though he may 

sacrifice a larger score by doing so. On the other hand, if the 

adversaries are already one game up, and are half way or more 

towards another, a (i no trump " declaration should be risked 

e ven upon a hand not quite up to the proper standard, if there 

a ppears to be any reasonable prospect of making game. 

Reproduced by permission of Chas. Goodall & Son, Ltd., LondoiL, 
the owners of the copyright and publishers. 

ROYAL AUCTION DRAW-BRIDGE. 

Introductory . 

By means of the Automatic Card Holders used in Draw- bridge, 
a most interesting and exciting game of Auction Bridge can be 
played by two persons. 

The Cards held by the Dummies can be seen by their respective 
partners, but not by their opponents. 

The scoring above and below is the same as ill Royal Spades 
Auction, and two players desirous of playing for money will do 
well to remember that the score has a way of mounting up and to 
limit their play to small stakes. Fourpence a hundred is about 
equal to a shilling per hundred at ordinary Bridge. 

The game is simplicity itself, and to players who understand 
"Auction " ard " Bridge " no instructions beyond the simple 
rules are necessary 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 309 

Rules fob Royal Auction Draw-Bridge. 

Before taking their seats the two players cut for deal, the lower 
cut winning. The dealer then seats himself with his opponent 
at his left hand, and a dummy- holder is placed opposite each 
player. 

Thirteen Cards are dealt to each of the four hands, the dealer 
then looks at his own hand, and he must make a call, as at Auction, 
according to his judgment, not having seen his dummy. 

The second player, without looking at his own hand, places his 
dummy cards in his holder, and from it either overbids his 
opponent or passes. Should he outbid the original call, the dealer 
then either bids higher or passes, and so on exactly as at Auction, 

The bidding having ceased, the play begins. If the dealer has 
the call, the non-dealer leads from his dummy, after which he 
takes up his own hand, and the dealer places his dummy cards 
hitherto unseen, in his holder. 

Should the call rest with the non-dealer, the dealer leads from 
his own hand, after which the non-dealer takes up his hand and 
the dealer places his dummy cards in his holder. 

Thereafter the deal is alternative, and the players retain the 
same seats during the plaj\ 

It will be understood from the foregoing, that until the first 
card is played, each player has only seen one hand. The sporting 
character and interest of the game lies in this fact. 

The dealer must declare to win at least one odd trick. 

Doubling a call re-opens the bidding. 

A player cannot increase his own bid if the opponent has passed. 

If a caller makes a wrong declaration too Ioav to overcall the 
previous bid, it must be increased sufficiently to overbid the 
previous call. 

Under-Tricks. 

When the declarer fails to carry out his contract, each trick by 
which he falls short of it is known as an under- trick, and entitles 
the opponent to score 50 points above the line, proportionately 
increased if he has been doubled or has re-doubled. 

The loss on a bid of one spade is however limited to 100, whether 
doubled or not, unless the bidder has re- doubled. 

Bonus Points. 
Where the declarer, having been doubled, wins the declared 
number of tricks, he scores, above the line, a bonus of 50 points, 
with an additional 50 for each trick in excess of his contract. 
If he has re-doubled the bonus is doubled. 

Revokes. 

Should the declarer revoke, the opponent scores above the line, 
150 points, in addition to any penalty he may incur for failure 
to fulfil his contract. 

Should the adversary revoke, the declarer may score, above 
the line, 150 points ; or take three tricks from the opponent, and 
add them to his own. Tricks so taken assist the declarer in making- 
good his contract, but do not entitle him to score a bonus in the 
case of his declaration having been doubled or re-doubled. 

A revoke can be made from dummy. 

A player cannot score, save for Honours or Chicane, on a hand 
in which he has revoked. 

Hints. 

These few hints do not claim to deal with a tithe of the interest 
ing features of the game, which will develop in play, but they may 
however, prove of service to the beginner. 

The game affords ample scope for " plunging " and a bold 
policy is sometimes essential to success, but in the long run, a 
safe and steady play will tell. 



310 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



It is wiser to depend principally upon your own hand, rather 
than upon what you may find in dummy, of course if you hold 
say an ace or two, and a guarded king or two, you must be guided 
by the score, as to whether you will risk a no trump or Eoyal Spade 
call in the hope that dummy may help you out. 

Vary your play occasionally as to finessing, &c, and a lead out 
of the usual course is sometimes wise. 

Always retain your chance of putting the lead in either hand, 
as this may frequently mean the gain of two or three tricks at a 
critical stage of the play. 

Keep back all the information possible as to the lay of the 
cards, i.e., whether certain cards are in your own or your imaginary 
partner's hand. 

Use every legitimate means of deceiving your adversary, or 
of luring him on to bid above his strength, and then double his 
call, if you feel strong enough ; no pity is shown in this game. 

The usual scoring block for Eoyal Auction may be used, but 
those supplied in the Eoyal Auction Draw-bridge Cabinets are 
recommmended . 

Trick value?, £c., are as follows ■ — ■ 



When Trump Suit is 

Each Trick above six 

Tl iree Honours 


Spades 

2 

4 

8 
10 
16 
18 
20 

4 

8 


Clubs 

6 
12 
24 
30 
48 
54 
60 
12 
24 


D'm'ds 
7 
14 
28 
35 
56 
63 
70 
14 
28 


Hearts 
8 
16 
32 
40 
64 
72 
80 
16 
32 


Royal 

Spaces 

9 

18 


Four Honours 


36 


Five Honours. . 


45 


Four Honours in one hand. . 
Five Honours, 4 in one hand 
Five Honours in one hand . . 
Chicane 


72 
81 
90 
18 


Doable Chicane 


38 



No Trumps — Each Trick above six 10 

Three Aces 30 

Four Aces 40 

Four Aces in one hand .... 100 

Little Slam, 20 Grand Slam, 40 Rubber, 250 

Game, 30 points, obtained by tricks only. 

Reproduced by permission of Chas. Goodall & Son, Ltd., London, 
the owners of the copyright and publishers. 



DRAW-BRIDGE. 

Introductory. 

This invention provides for the first time, games of cards in 
which two persons can play four-handed games, such as Bridge. 
Whist, stc, with all the interest and finesse which have hitherto 
been inseparable from the ordinary games. 

; f This result in obtained by each player using the simp'e, novel 
and easily- worked Automatic Partner. 

The cards held by the " Dummies " can be seei by their 
respective partners, but not by their opponents. 

It is particularly adapted to Bridge and Whist in which all four 
hands are dealt in the usual manner. 

In the Whist Game there is no variation from the rdinary 
game, except that each of the pair of players is his own partner , 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 311 

This also applies in Bridge, in which case the calls are made m 
much the same manner as they are in Two-handed or Dummy 
Bridge. 

First-class Bridge and Whist players have been greatly struck 
with the possibilities of the game and not a few hare declared their 
emphatic opinion that the invention opens a new era in card 
games for two persons. 

The games are entirely dissimilar from all double and single 
dummy games. The play of the cards is open to even more 
variation than in the case of the four-handed games ; deceptive 
leads, false discards and skilful finesses can be used with success 
by clever players. 

A trial of the games will prove the truth of these statements. 

Anyone understanding how to play Bridge or Whist need only 
to read through the following rules to be able to play at once. 

Rules for, Draw-Bridge. 

1. The plavers sit with their partners' hands opposite them, 
the cards being placed in the holder, as illustrated. 

2. The players do not change then positions hi the course of 
a rubber, but deal and call or leave the call alternately. 

3. The player having won the cut for the right of dealing first, 
deals thirteen cards to each of the four hands. 

4. Having looked at his own hand, the dealer either nominates 
trumps or "no trumps " or leaves the call. 

5. If the dealer calls himself, his opponent, who has up to this 
stage only looked at the one hand after the dealer, may double or 
cry content. 

6. If the non-dealer doubles, the dealer may re-double, and the 
process may continue indefinitely, provided only two hands have 
been seen. 

7. Shoidd the dealer leave the call, he must make trumps from 
his imaginary partner, and in this case, the non-dealer may double 
but the dealer may not re- double. 

8. In the case of the call being left to the imaginary partner, 
the declaration is made as follows: — 

Firstly — If the hand contains three or four aces — " No trumps." 

Secondly — Otherwise, the longest suit must be made trumps. 

Thirdly — In the case of two or three suits of equal length, the 
numerically strongest must be declared, reckoned by counting 
the pips, an ace counting eleven and each of the other honours ten. 

Fourthly — In the case of equal suits in length containing an 
equal number of pips, the most valuable suit must be declared. 

ALTERNATIVE 

TO 
RUIE 8 FOR A DECLARATION LEFT TO THE IMAGINARY FARTHER. 

" Dummy " must make the " most expensive " declaration 
that his hand permits, viz. : 

Firstly — " No trumps " if the hand contains tlnee or four aces. 
' Secondly — " No trumps " if the hand contains 20 points 
reckoning 

Each Ace equais 5 

„ King , 4 

„ Queen „ 3 

Knave 2 

„ Ten , 1 

Thirdly — Hearts, Diamonds, or Clubs, in the order named. 
if the hand contains 5 of the suit, or 4 of the suit if three of them 
are honours. 



312 THE SPOETING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Failing either of the foregoing combinations Dummy must 
declare Spades. 
Penalty for wrong (leit) declaration : — 

The dealer scores nothing : the opponent scores 30 below 
the line, and also any tricks that he may have made. 

9. The hands having been placed in their holders are then 
played as at ordinary Bridge, all of the rules and penalties being 
adopted excepting those with reference to exposed cards, for . 
which there is no penalty. The first hand leads prior to seeing 
the hand of his imaginary partner. 

10. A card once played on the table is considered played and 
a player cannot withdraw it. 

Hints for Draw-Bridge Players. 

These few hints do not claim to deal with a tithe of the special 
features of the game concerning which volumes might be written. 
So far as they go, they may prove of interest and use to the 
beginner. 

A bold polioy in calling is essential to success. 

"No trumps " may be ventured on a moderate hand of one 
ace and a couple of kings with the score against you. 

Be chary of re-doubling unless every suit is protected. 

To play well it is necessary to be able to recall every card played. 

The first lead, being a blind one, should in every possible case 
be one likely to give the first hand a chance of a second lead. 

Should the call be by the imaginary partner to the dealer the 
state of the score may justify a double from absolute weakness. 

A lead through the trump suit in such, a case is frequently 
highly efficacious. 

Never maintain the same style of play in finessing. A lead 
out of the common order of things is sometimes advisable. 

Always retain your chance of putting the lead in either hand as 
this may frequently mean the gain of two or three tricks at a 
critical stage of the play. 

Keep back all the information possible as to the lay of the 
cards, i.e., whether certain cards are in your own or your 
imaginary partner's hand. 

Use every legitimate means of fogging your adversary. 
Bemember that, as you are giving no information away to your 
partner it is quite permissible to make remarks on the play. 

Confidence and skill will alone make you a successful player of 
Draw- Bridge. Luck is of no avail in the long run. 

Reproduced by permission of Clias. Goodall & Son, Ltd., London, 
the owners of the copyright and publishers. . 



DRAW-WHIST. 

Rules for Draw- Whist. 
1. The cards are cut and dealt as at ordinary Whist. 
( J. The two imaginary partners having been fixed up, play 
proceeds as at ordinary Whist. 

3. There is no penalty for exposed cards, but a card once 
placed on the table must be considered played. 

4. The players deal alternately. 

5. The first player makes his initial lead before looking at the 
hand Of his imaginary partner. 

. 6. Otherwise, the rules of Whist are applicable. 
Reproduced by permission of Chas. Goodall & Son, Ltd., London, 
the owners of the copyright and publishers. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 315 

MOTORING. 



GORDON-BENNETT CUP. 

(International. Distance, about 350 miles). Average 

Course. Miles. Winner. Car. speed per hour 
19Q0 Paris to Lyons . . . 354 Charron "Panhard" 38 J miles 

1901 Paris to Bordeaux 328 Giradot ..."Panhard" 39 * miles 

1902 Paris to Innsbruck 325 S. F. Edge. ."Napier" 34 miles 

1903 Ireland 370 Jenatzy . . . "Mercedes" ...... 50 miles 

1904 Germany (circular) 350 Thery "Kichard-Brazier" 60 miles 

1905 France (circular). . 341 Thery "Richard-Brazier" 48£ miles 

The Gordon-Bennett race was suspended for 1906, 1907 and 1908. 

and in its stead a new International race was ran extending over 
two days. Results : — 

GRAND PRIX. Average 

Course. Miles. Winner. Car. speed per hour 

1906 Sarthe circuit (France) 750 Szisz . . . "Renault" 61 . 3 miles 

1907 Sarthe" circuit (France) Nazzaro "Fiat" 70. 5 mile3 

Szisz (1906 winner) was second on a "Renault" Car. 

1908 Dieppe cir. (France) 478 Lautenschlager . ." Mercedes ". .694 mile3. 
Hemery on a " Benz " Car was second ; Time. 6 hours 53min. 

Race discontinued. 

MOTOR CYCLE] RECORDS. 

One Mile (standing start). — 50M»sec, Mons. Henri Cissac, on Blackpool 
Promenade, July 27,. 1905. 

Five Miles (flying start). — 3min. 35sec, C. R. Collier, Brooklands, 
August 11. 1911. 

One Hour (world's record). — 71 miles 620 yards, by F. Huyck, on the 
Stadium Track, Springfield, Mass., U.S.A., on September 16. 1909. 
Huyck rode a chain-driven Indian motor cycle. During the ride 
he broke his chain and used a spare machine until his own wa3 
repaired. 

12 Hours. — 559 miles, by Chas. S. Spencer, on the Stadium Track, Spring- 
field, Mass., U.S.A.. October 1. 1909. 

24 Hours. — 1.089 miles 199 yards, by Chas. S. Spencer, on the Stadium 
Track, Springfield. Mass., U.S.A.. October 2, 1909. 



INTERNATIONAL AUTO-CYCLE TOURIST TROPHY RACE. 

(Two separate races, one for single-cylinder and one for twin-cylinder 
machines, were run concurrently). Time 

Course. Miles. Winners. Machines. h. m. s. 

1£07 Isle of Man 158£ Singles, C. R. Collier 3i H.P. "Matchless" 4 8 8 '/* 
(circular) Twins, H. R. Fowler 5 H.P. "Norton" . . 4 21 52% 

The winner's speed averaged about 41 m.p.h., and Petrol consumption 
was 94£ and 87 miles to the gallon respectively. 25 competed. 
1908 Isle of Man 158^ Singles. J. Marshall 3* H.P. "Triumph" 4 4 50 Vs 
(circular) Twins, H. Reed 5 H.P. " Dot " . . . 4 15 58% 

The winner's speed averaged 38' 7 miles per hour. 
1909*IsleofMan 158* H. A. Collier, 5 H.P. "Matchless." J.A.P. 3 13 37y s 

The winner's speed averaged 49*04 miles per hour. 
1910 Isle of Man 158 8 L C. R. Collier 5 H.P. "Matchless" 3 7 24 

* This year the petrol supply was unlimited. Twin, multi, and single 
cylinders competing in one class. 
1911. ISLE OF MAN (new course).. 

Distance of races, : Junior, 225 miles ; Senior, 262 \. 
For the first time races were instituted for juniors and seniors. Light- 
weight engines were classed as juniors. 
Junior ev^ent. — June 30, P. J. Evans, " Humber." 3hrs. 27min. 17sec. 
Ser.ior event. — 187i mile3, O. C. Godfrey, 31 H.P. " Indian." 3hrs. 
46m -n. lOsec. 



314 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



IXETRXATIONAL AUTO-CYCLE TOUBIST TROPHY EaCE I 

Isle of Man (New Course) — continued. 
1912.— Junior event.— June 28, W. H. Bashall, 38 H.P. " Douglas," 

3hrs. 46min. 58sec. 
Senior event. — July 1, F. A. Applebee, 3* H.P. " Scott," 3hrs. 51m. 3sec. 
1913. — Junior event. — June 4 and 6, T. Wood, " Scott." 
Senior event. — Hugh Mason, " N.U." 



WORLD'S RECORDS CREATED AT BROOKLANDS. 

(Without reference to size of engine) 
Since the Session of the International Association of recognised Automobile 
Clubs, December, 1912, and accepted by the Association at its Session, 
held at Paris on 25th October, 1913. 











Total Cubic 




Time. 


Speed. 


MILES. 




Date. 


Make of Car. Capacity. 


H. M. 


SEC. 


M.P.H. 


50 . 


Oct, 


10,1913 . 


. Sunbeam. . . 9048 , . 


27 


40.87 . 


. 108.38 


100 . 




», 


,, 


. . . ,, 


55 


35.55 . 


. 107.93 


150 . 




, 




,, 


1 25 


14.94 . 


. 105.57 


200 . 


Oct. 


1, 1913 . 




. . . 4524 . . 


2 5 


6.28 . 


. 95.92 


300 . 




», 


r, 


. • . », 


3 7 


45.46 . 


. 95 . 87 


400 .. 






., 


. . . ,, 


4 12 


15.08 . 


95.14 


500 .. 




,, 


,» 


. • . ,, 


5 16 


40.01 . 


94.74 


600 .. 




,, 


., 


. . . ,, 


6 22 


54.16 . 


94.02 


700 .. 






,, 


, . . „ 


7 29 


36.55 . 


93.41 


800 .. 






,, 


», 


8 34 


25.15 . 


93.21 


900 .. 






,, 


. . . ,, 


9 53 


22.29 . 


91.00 


1000 . . 




,, 


,, 


,, 


11 6 


38.87 . 


90.00 


HOURS. 










MILES 


. YDS. 




1 . . 


Oct, 


10,1913 . 


., 


, . 9048 . . 


107 


1672 . 


107.95 


o 


Oct. 


1,1913 . 


,» 


. . 4524 . . 


195 


189 . 


97.55 


3 '.'. 




,, 


., 


,, 


287 


856 . 


95.83 


4 . . 




., 


,, 




, 


380 


628 . 


95 . 09 


5 . . 






,, 




, • • 


473 


464 . 


94.65 


6 . . 










, • > 


566 


589 . 


94.39 


7 . . 










, 


653 


147 . 


93.29 


8 .. 




,, 


,, 






748 


247 . 


93.51 


9 . . 




«, 


>, 




, 


840 


1533 . 


93.43 


10 .. 




„ 


,, 




, 


910 


969 . 


91.06 


11 . . 






»» 




, 


989 


828 . 


89.95 


12 . . 






», 






1078 


460 . 


89.85 


13 .. 


May 


27,1913 .' 


. Argyll . . . 


! .' 2614 . . 


992 


483 .. 


76.33 


14 .. 




♦, 


,, ... 


,, 


1070 


57 .. 


76.43 


KILOMETRE?. 








H. M. 


SEC. 


K.r.H. 


50 . . 


Oct, 


10,1913 . 


. Sunbeam 


. . 9048 . . 


17 


9.13 . 


174.90 


100 .. 




,, 


,, 


,» 


34 


25.54 . 


174.29 


150 .. 




„ 


., 


i, 


51 


44.42 . 


173.95 


200 .. 




»» 


,, 


,, 


1 10 


39.12 .. 


169.85 


250 .. 


Oct. 


1,1913 . 


», 


.. 4524 .. 


1 35 


43.14 .. 


156.71 


300 .. 






, ,, . 


,i 


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MOTOR-CAR IDENTIFICATION LETTERS, 

{From the A. A. Handbook.) 

The letter " S " occurs only in Scotland ; all index marks with tha 

letter " I " belong to Ireland. 

The Initial (B.) indicates that the Registering Council is a Borough 

or County Borough. 



A 


London (also L A, 


CF 


Suffolk (West) 




L B, L C, LD, LE, 


CH 


Derby (B) 




L F. L H, & L N.) 


CI 


Queen's County 


A A 


Hampshire 


C J 


Herefordshire 




(Southampton) 


CK 


Preston (B) 


AB 


Worcestershire 


CL 


Norwich (B) 


AC 


Warwickshire 


CM 


Birkenhead (B) 


AD 


Gloucestershire 


CN 


Gateshead (B) 


AE 


Bristol (B) 


CO 


Plymouth (B) 


AF 


Cornwall 


CP 


Halifax (B) 


AH 


Norfolk 


CR 


Southampton (B) 


AI 


Meath 


CT 


Lincoln ( Kesteven ) 


A J 


Yorkshire, N.R. 


CU 


South Shields (B) 


AK 


Bradford. (B) 


C W Burnley (B) 


AL 


Nottinghamshire 


CX 


Huddersfleld (B) 


AM 


Wiltshire 


CY 


Swansea (B) 


AN 


West Ham (B) 






AO 


Cumberland 


D 


Kent 


AP 


Sussex (East) 


DA 


W T olv'rhamptn(B) 


AR 


Hertfordshire 


DB 


Stockport (B) 


AS 


Nairn 


DC 


Middlesbrough (B) 


AT 


Kingston-upon- 


DE 


Pembrokeshire 




Hull (B) 


DH 


Walsall (B) 


AU 


Nottingham (B) 


DI 


Roscommon 


AW 


Salop (Shropshire) 


D J 


St. Helens (B) 


AX 


Monmouthshire 


DK 


Rochdale (B) 


AY 


Leicestershire 


DL 


Isle of Wight 




.*' 


DM 


Flintshire 


B 


Lancashire 


DN 


York (B) 


BA 


Salford (B) 


DO 


Lincoln (Holland) 


BB 


Newcastle-on- 


DP 


Reading (B) 




Tyne (B) 


DR 


Devonport (B) 


BC 


Leicester (B) 


DS 


Peebles 


B D Northamptonshire 


DU 


Coventry (B) 


BE 


Lincoln (Lindsey) 


D W Newport, Mon. (B) 


BH 


Buckinghamshire 


DX 


Ipswich (B) 


BI 


Monaghan 


DY 


Hastings (B) 


B J 


Suffolk (East) 






BK 


Portsmouth (B) 


E 


Staffordshire 


BL 


Berkshire 


EA 


WestBrom. (B) 


BM 


Bedfordshire 


EB 


Isle of Ely 


BN 


Bolton (E) 


EC 


Westmorland 


BO 


Cardiff (B) 


ED 


Warrington (B) 


BP 


Sussex (West) 


EE 


Grimsby (B) 


BR 


Sunderland (B) 


EF 


West Hartlep'KB) 


BS 


Orkney 


EH 


Stoke-on-T. (B) 


BT 


Yorkshire, E.R. 


EI 


Sligo 


BU 


Oldham (B) 


E J 


Cardiganshire 


BW 


Oxfordshire 


EK 


Wlgan (B) 


BX 


Carmarthenshire 


EL 


Bournemouth (B) 


BY 


Croydon (B) 


EM 


Bootle (B) 






EN 


Bury (B) 


C 


Yorkshire, W.R. 


EO 


Barrow-in- 


C A 


Denbighshire 




Furness (B) 


CB 


Blackburn (B) 


EP 


Montgomeryshire 


CO 


Carnarvonshire 


ES 


Perthshire . 


CD 


Brighton (B> 


ET 


Rotherham (B) 


CE' 


Cambridgshire 


EU 


Brecknockshire 



E W Huntingdonslure 


E X Great Yarm'th(B) 


E Y 


Anglesey 


F 


Essex 


FA 


Burton-on-T. (B) 


FB 


Bath (B) 


FC 


Oxford (B) 


F D Dudley (B) 


FE 


Lincoln (B) 


FF 


Merionethshire 


FH 


Gloucester iB) 


FI 


Tipperary. N.R. 


F J 


Exeter (B) 


FK 


Worcester (B) 


FL 


Peterborough ( B) 


FM 


Chester (B) 


FN 


Canterbury (B) 


FO 


Radnorshire 


FP 


Rutland 


FR 


Blackpool -(B) 


FT 


Tynemouth (B) 


FX 


Dorsetshire 


FY 


Southport (E) 


G 


Glasgow (B) 


H 


Middlesex 


HA 


Smethwick (B) 


HB 


Merthyr Tydvil 


HC 


Eastbourne (B) 


HD 


Dewsbury 


HE 


Barnsley 


HF 


Wallesey 


HI 


Tipperary. S.R. 


HS 


Renfrewshire 


I A 


Antrim 


I B 


Armagh 


I C 


Carlow 


I D 


Cavan 


I E 


Clare 


I F 


Cork - __ 


I H 


Donegal 


I J 


Down 7 - 


I K Dublin 


I L 


Fermanagh , ~ 


I M 


Galway 


I N 


Kerry 


I 


Kildare 


I P 


Kilkenny 


I R King's County 


I T 


Leitrim 


I TJ 


Limerick 


I W Londonderry 1 


I X 


Longford 
Louth 


I Y 


I Z 


Mayo 


J 


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J I 


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J S 


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PA 


Surrey 


SW 


K'kcudbrightshlra 


KI 


Waterford 


PI 


Cork (B) 


sx 


Linlithgowshire 


KS 


Roxburghshire 


PS 


Shetland 


S Y 


Midlothian 
(Edinburghshire) 


L 


Glamorganshire 


R 


Derbyshire 






LA 


London 


EI 


Dublin (B) 


T 


Devonshire 


LB 


London 


RS 


Aberdeen (B) 


TI 


Dimerick (B) 


LC 


London 






TS 


Dundee (B) 


LD 


London 


S 


Edinburgh (B) 






LE 


London 


SA 


Aberdeenshire 


U 


Leeds (B) 


LF 


London 


SB 


Argyllshire 


UI 


Londonderry (B) 


LH 


London 


SD 


Ayrshire 


us 


Govan (B) 


LI 


Westnieath 


SE 


Banffshire 






LN 


London 


SH 


Berwickshire 


V 


Lanarkshire 


LS 


Selkirkshire 


S J 


Buteshire 


vs 


Greenock (B) 


M 


Cheshire 


SK 


Caithness 






MI 


Wexford 


SL 


Clackm'nnanshire 


w 


Sheffield (B) 


MS 


Stirlingshire 


SM 


Dumfriesshire 


WI 


Waterford (B) 






SN 


Dumbartonshire 


WS 


Leith (B) 


N, N 


.A. Manchester (B) 


SO 


Elginshire 






NH 


Northampton (B) 


SP 


Fifeshire 


X 


Northumberland 


NI 


Wieklow 


SR 


Forfarshire 


xs 


Paisley (B; 


NS 


Sutherland 


SS 


Haddingtonshire 










ST 


Inverness-shire 


Y 


Somersetshire 


& OA Birmingham(B) 


su 


Kincardineshire 


YS 


Partick (B) 


OI 


Belfast (B) 


sv 


Kinross- shire 






OS 


Wigtownshire 











MOTORS : LOCAL TAXATION LICENCES. 

Automobilistsmust take out the following Local Taxation Licenses : — 
Motor Cars, Bicycles, and Tricycles. 

Motor bicycle or tricycle of whatever horse-power £1 

Motor car not exceeding 6£ H.P 2 

exceeding 6£ H.P. but not exceeding 12 H.P 3 

12 H.P. „ „ 16 H.P 4 

16 H.P. „ „ 26 H.P 6 

26 H.P. .. ., 33 H.P 8 

- .. 33 H.P. „ „ 40 H.P 10 10 

40 H.P. .. ' „ 60 H.P 21 

60 H.P 42 






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3 





4 





6 





S 






GAME LICENCES. 

Taken out after 31st July and before 1st November to expire on 

31st July following £3 

After 31st July to expire following 31st October 2 

After 31st October to expire 31st July 2 

Licence for a continuous period of fourteen days 1 

Gamekeepers (Great Britain), to expire 31st July 2 

deputation, of Stamp Duty 10 

Ireland, same as game licences. 

Game dealer's Licence, United Kingdom, annually 2 



GUN LICENCES. 

For every person who shall use or carry a gun, per annum 10 

The licence is not required by any person in the possession of a game 
certificate, by any volunteer, by any gunsmith, or by any one scaring birds 
or killing vermin. 



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MISCELLANY. 



FACTS OFTEN INQUIRED ABOUT. 



RACING. 

THE SLEDMERE YEARLINGS. 

The appended table will show how the Sledmere yearlings have 
sold during the past quarter of a century : — 





Lots 


Total 


A ver. 




Lots 


Total 


A ver. 




Sold. 


Gs. 


Gs. 




Sold. 


Gs. 


Gs. 


1838.. 


4 


2.700 


675 


1902.. 


7 


12,750 


1.821 


1889.. 


7 


4,500 


643 


1903 . . 


5 


2,710 


542 


1890.. 


7 


9,200 


1,314 


1904.. 


9 


10,610 


1,179 


1891. . 


4 


9,500 


2,375 


1905.. 


9 


11,140 


1,237 


1892. . 


7 


8,780 


1,254 


1908 . . 


. 13 


15,140 


1,164 


1893.. 


2 


5,000 


2.500 


1907 . . 


11 


15,050 


1,368 


1891. . 


9 


9,350 


1.037 


1908.. 


. 13 


16,060 


1,235 


1895.. 


8 


14.650 


1,831 


1909.. 


10 


14,810 


1.481 


1898. . 


4 


2;580 


645 


1910.. 


. 15 


12,270 


'818 


1897 . . 


. 14 


13,420 


958 


1911.. 


. 17 


19,490 


1,146 


1898.. 


6 


7.410 


1,235 


1912.. 


. 14 


31,680 


2.262 


1899. . 


6 


7i490 


1.248 


1913.. 


. 19 


44,640 


2,349 


1900. . 


7 


10,160 


1,451 




■ 




. 


1901 . . 


7 


14.820 


2,117 




234 


325,910 


1,392 



DONCASTER SALES. 
The appended table will show to what extent prices havf 
advanced at Doncaster during the past seven years.: — > 



1907.. 
1908.. 
1909.. 
1910.. 



Lois 
Sold. 
247 
215 
213 
271 



Total 

Gs. 

92,174 

82,080 

91,770 

93,395 



Aver, 
Gs. 
373 
381 
430 
344 



1911. . 
1912.. 
1913. . 



SfJd. 
298 
304 
321 



Total 

Gs. 

113,583 

150,070 

221,458 



Aver. 
Gs. 
381 
493 

68S 



NEWMARKET DECEMBER SALES. 
1909... 552 119.898 217 11912... 659 240,547 365 

1910... 529 159,667 301 1913... 713 308,658 432 

1911... 583 180,512 309 I 

The fastest time for the Derby is 2min. 35^ sec, by Lemberg, 
in 1910. 

The fastest time for the Oaks (run over the Derby Course) U 
2min. 373&sec. by Jest in 1913. 

The fastest time for the St. Leger is 3min. 3 3 /5sec, by Night 
Hawk, in 1913. 

The fastest time for the Two Thousand Guineas is lmin. 37 3 /osec. 
by Sunstar, in 1911. 

The fastest time for the One Thousand Guineas is lmin. 
38=:f, sec, by Atmah, in 1911. 

The fastest mile on record by a racehorse in this country is 
liu in. 3 3 Vz sec, by Caiman, in the Lingfield Park Stakes, on July 
13, 1900. The going was hard. 

Under Rules of Racing George Fordham rode six winners, 
(and a dead heater, in the decider of which he was beaten) at 
Bibury Club Meeting, at Stockbridge, in 1867, and six winners, 
including a walk over, at Newmarket on October 28. 1864. Fred 
Archer twice accomplished the feat of riding six winners in one 
day. i.e., at Lewes, August 5 1*82, and at Newmarket, on April 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 331 

19, 1877, and on each occasion they were his only mounts. J. E. 
Boardman, an English jockey, rode six consecutive winners at 
Kenilworth, South Afiica, on February 21, 1903. W. Higgs rode 
six consecutive winners, i.e., the last race at Lingfleld on Sept. 
26, and the next five at Newbury on Sept. 27, 1907. At Beverley 
on October 31, 1901, George M'Call rode in all the five races 
which constituted the card. He was on the back of four winners 
and divided in a dead heat. Thus he was never headed past the 
post. Other jockeys who have ridden five winners in one day 
are : — C. Trigg, at Edinburgh, October 3, 1902, and at Worcester. 
October 25, 1906. Tom Loates, at Windsor, May 2, 1896, and 
at Yarmouth, July 26, 1889 ; S. Chandley, at Pontefract, July 
6, 1893 ; Tod Sloan, at Newmarket, September 30, 1898 ; S. 
Loates, at Birmingham, August 7, 1900 ; J. Reiff, at Birmingham. 
September 18, 1900 ; J. E. Watts, at Windsor, April 4, 1903 : 
O. Madden, at Sandown Park, July 1, 1905 ; Frank Wootton at 
Sandovvn Park, on August 7, 1911 ; and F. Hunter, at Phoenix 
Park, on June 7, 1913. 

Under National Hunt Rules Mr. C. J. Cunningham achieved 
six wins at Rugby, in 1881, and Mr. Arthur Yates rode seven 
winners out of seven races in one day, at Kingsbury. Five 
winners in one day have been ridden by F. Mason, at Lingfleld, 
January 23, 1903 ; at Manchester, April 24, 1905, and at Cavan, 
September 8, 1900 ; Mr. W. Bulteel, at Torquay, April 24, 1905 ; 
E. Piggott (including a walk-over) at Kemp ton Park, Nov. 29, 
1913. 

Five Allies have won the English Derby, viz., Eleanor in 1801 *, 
Blink Bonny, 1857 ; Shotover, 1882 ; Signorinetta, 1908 ; and 
Tagalie in 1912. The above (except Shotover and Tagalie) also 
won the Oaks. Signorinetta's starting price for the Derby was 100 
to 1, the only other two winners at that figure being Jeddah in 
1893 and Aboyeur in 1913. 

All the five classic events of the year were won by fillies in 1832. 

Lady Elizabeth ran in Blue Gown's Derby, in 1868. 

The richest Derby was that of 1866 won by Lord Lyon, i.e., 
£7,350. The smallest animal to win the Derby was Little Wonder 
(14 hands 3£ inches). 

Winnings of Famous Racehorses : — Isinglass £57,455, Donov^i 
£55,154 10s., Rock Sand £45,618, Flying Fox £40,096, See; tr ; 
£38,283, Ayrshire £35,915, Pretty Polly £35,312, Persinmuii 
£34,706, La Fleche £34,703, St. Frusquin £32,960, Orme 
£32,484 5s", Carbine (Australia) £29,473. Ormonde £28,465 10s., 
Galtee More £27,019, Velasquez £28,385, Surefoot £26,678, Ard 
Patrick £26,512, and Lord Lyon £25,600. 

Donovan was destroyed February 1, 1905, after running into 
a tree at Worksop Manor. He was 19 years old and insured. 

The highest price ever given for a thoroughbred is £40,000, paid 
by Mr. J. B. Joel in 1913 for Prince Palatine. 37,500 guineas were 
paid by M. E. Blanc at the Kingsclere sale on March 8, 1900, for 
the first Duke of Westminster's Flying Fox. 

The highest price ever given for a two-years- old racehorse i? 
21,000 guineas, which Mr. G. Faber paid for Duke of Westminster. 
in October, 1901. 

In 1902 Sceptre won the Two Thousand and One Thousan! 
Guineas, the Oaks, and the St. Leger — a unique record. The 
nearest approach to this performance was in 1868 when Formosa 
won three of the events outright and dead-heated with Moslem 
for the Two Thousand Guineas. In the Spring of 1903 Sceptre 
was sold to Mr. W. A. Bass for £25.000, and in July, 1911. change! 
hands for 7,000 guineas. 



332 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

The highest price for a yearling is 10,000 guineas, given by Mr. 
R. 8. Sievier tor Sceptre, by Persimmon out of Ornament, on 
July 4, 1900, at Newmarket, when the first Duke of Westminster's 
yearlings were sold. 

La Fleche holds the record for being the highest priced mare 
ever sold, having realised 12,600 guineas at the sale of Baron 
ilirseh"s stud at Newmarket, on June 30, 1896. 

Flair's colt foal by Gallinule was sold by Mr. F. Stern to Sir 
Ernest Cassel for 3,000 guineas. This is a record price for a foal. 

Fred Archer was born on January 11, 1857, and died on 
November 8, 1886. His last mount was on Mr. E. Crest's 
Tommy Tittlemouse in the Castle Plate at Lewes, November 4, 
1886. His last winning mount was Lord Falmouth's Blanchland 
in the Houghton Stakes, Newmarket, October 29, 1886. Each 
year from 1874 to 1886 inclusive, he headed the list of winning 
jockeys and his record of 246 winning mounts in 1885 has never 
been equalled. 

D. Maher's first two mounts in this country proved successful, 
i.e., Mr. E. McCreery's Paiute and Bad News, at Manchester, on 
Friday, September 21, 1900. and he achieved his 1,000th winner 
on Bahati, at Chester, on May 5, 1910. He headed the list of 
winning jockeys in 1908 with 139 successes. 

D. Maher's first mount in this country was on Mr. E. McCreery's 
Paiute in the Bury T.-Y.-O. Selling Plate at Manchester 
September Meeting in 1900 — a winning venture — and he achieved 
his 1.000th winner on Bahati, at Chester, on May 5. He headed 
the list of winning jockeys in 1908 with 139 successes. 

Beeswing won 51 out of 64 races, including 22 cups, nine 
Queen's Plates, and one gold shield at Doncaster. 

Kincsem, Barcaldine, St. Simon, and Ormonde were unbeaten 
thoroughbred horses. Kincsem ran 54 races. 

At Warwick, on March 22, 1847, the steeplechase horse, 
Chandler, jumped 37 feet. 

Fisherman, who was foaled in 1853, won 69 races, including 
26 Queen's Plates. Caller Ou 5 foaled in 1858, won 49 races, 
including 34 Queen's Plates. 

Underhand won the Northumberland Plate in 1857-8-9, Umbria 
won the Lincoln Autumn Handicap in 1877-8-9, and Tristan was 
successful in the Hardwicke Stakes in 1882, 1883, and 1884. 

The Duke of Portland won £73,857 in 1889. No owner has 
ever equalled this amount in one season in England. 

Isinglass won more money in stakes than any other racehorse 
on record, i.e., £57,455. 

Donovan won the greatest amount of money by any horse in 
one season i.e., £38,666 15s., when a three-y ear-old. 

The largest amount won by any horse in one race in this 
country is £11,302. the value of the Jockey Club Stakes, at 
Newmarket, on September 27, 1894, which fell to Isinglass. 

Hackness (ridden by S. Loates), after running in a hunters' 
flat race, carried off the only postponed Cambridgeshire. The 
race was deferred to the following day in 1882 owing to a severe 
storm. 

Carbine ran in 43 races, won 33, second 6 times, and third thrice. 
Won in stakes, £29,476. 

The last Eace Meetiug at Croydon (Woodside) was held on 
Nov. 25 and 26, 1890, and the last Hampton Races on June 14 
and 15, 1887. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 333 

The starting-gate was first used in England at the Lincoln 
Spring Meeting, 1900, for T.-Y.-O. only. It was extended in 1901 
to three- 5~ear- olds, and from 1902 has been used regularly in all 
races. 

In 1814 a horse falsely described as Running Rein came in first 
for the Derby, but was proved by Lord George Bentick to be a 
four- year- old named Maccabeus, and was disqualified. 

In 1913 Mr. Bower Ismay's Craganour finished first for 
the Derby, but was disqualified by the Stewards acting on their 
own initiative, and they awarded the race to Mr. A. P. CunliflVs 
Aboyeur. 

The Astley -Stakes at Lewes, 1880, resulted in a dead heat 
between Scobell, Wandering Nun, and Mazurka, whilst 
Cumberland and Thora dead heated for second place. Only a 
head divided the two sets of dead-heaters. Scobell afterwards 
walked over, and the stakes were divided. 

Three of the first four races at the Birmingham meeting, 
November 1, 1910, resulted in dead heats. 

Record winning owners : — America : the late Mr. J. R. Keene, 
£79.168. England : Duke of Portland (1889), £73,857. France : 
M. E. Blanc (1904), £65,260. Germany : Baron Oppenheini (1913) 
£46,945. 



FOOTBALL. 

ENGLISH CUP FINANCE.— 
The official figures as to gate receipts in the English Cup- ties 
for season 1912-13 are as under : — ■ 

No. of Aggregate 

Matches. Receipts. 

First Round 50 .... £23,251 

Second Round 22 £21,242 

Third Round 10 £15,259 

Fourth Romid 6 £13,121 

Semi-finals 3 .... £5,505 

Final 1 .... £9,406 

Total £87,784 

The previous highest total was £77,557 in 1911-12. The ties 
in 1912-13 were witnessed by 1,887,000 spectators, and the 
number of spectators at the final tie at the Crystal Palace was 
120.081, a record for England but twice exceeded at the England- 
Scotland match at Hampden Park. 

The actual gate receipts at the Palace on the occasion of the 
Cup-tie final in 1913, between Aston Villa and Sunderland were 
£9,406 9s., constituting a record for any football match. The 
Football Association's share of this money was £6,134 9s. 8d. 
After deducting the 5 per cent, the surplus from the Cup matches 
amounted to £10,606 13s. 5d., whilst the amount to be divided 
between the clubs is £10,663 5s. 5d. In round figures, Sunderland 
received about £4,600, Aston Villa £3,500, Burnley £1,700, Oldham 
Athletic £500, and the Amateur Cup clubs £350. The following 
figures give the amounts distributed to the Cup clubs for the last 
six seasons :— 

1907-08 £6,495 I *1910-11 £11,088 

1908-09 £8,422 *1911-12 £12,235 

*1909-10 £12,791 I 1912-13 .... £10,663 

* Final tie replayed. 



334 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

The record attendance at a football match was at the Inter- 
national between Scotland and England at Hampden Park on 
March 23. 1912. There were 127,307 spectators, the gate receipts 
amounting to £5,197 15s., and stands and enclosures £.1,809. 
making a total of £6,997. 

The record attendance at an English League match was at 
the game between Chelsea and Newcastle United, at Stamford 
Bridge, on December 27, 1909. It is estimated that over 
66,000 persons were present, the receipts amounting to over 
£1.720. 

The record attendance at Stamford Bridge was at the match 
between Chelsea and Swindon in the fourth round of the English 
Cup Tie on March 11, 1911, over 80,000 people being 
present. The receipts amounted to £2,549 13s. Od. ; 75,617 
spectators having paid for admission. The gates were rushed 
after being closed. 

The record attendance at a football match in England is 120,081 
at the Crystal Palace, when Aston Villa and Sunderland met in 
the 1913 Cup Final. The previous best was 110,820 when 
Tottenham Hotspur and Sheffield United first met to contest 
the final tie of the English Cup of 1901. This meeting, however, 
was not the " final," as the result was a draw. 

The original Association Football Cup was stolen from a shop 
window in Birmingham, in 1895, when Aston Villa were the 
holders. An entirely new cup was offered by the Football 
Association in 1911 — the third of the series. 

The Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers have each won the Cup 
five times, and each thrice in succession. The Cup became the 
Wanderer's absolute property, but they handed it back to the 
Association on condition that it was not to be won outright by 
any club. The Rovers were presented with a huge silver shield. 

Lord Kinnaird, C. H. R. Woolaston, and J. Forrest, of Black- 
burn Rovers, each hold five Association Cup winner's medals. 

In 1888-9 Preston North End won the League Championship 
without losing a match, and in the same season they won 
the Association Cup without having a goal scored against them. 
Bury also won the English Cup without a goal being scored 
against them, in 1902-3, Derby County being vanquished by 6 — 0. 
a record score in the final tie. 

Only two clubs have accomplished the double feat of winning 
both the League Championship and the Association Cup in the 
same season ; Preston North End in 1888-9, and Aston Villa in 
1896-7. 

Glasgow Celtic won the Scottish League Championship for 
six successive seasons ending in 1909-10 ; they also swept the 
board in 1907-8 by winning every competition for which they 
entered, the Scottish Cup, Glasgow Cup, Glasgow Charity Cup, 
and Scottish League Championship. 

Glasgow Rangers won every match in the Scottish League 
competition in 1898-9. No other club has accomplished thia 
performance. 

England created a record in season 1908-9 by winning the 
International Association Championship without having a goal 
scored against them. 

Queen's Park did not lose a goal during the first seven years 
of their existence, commencing with the year 1867. 

In the English Cup competition, Preston North End defeated 
Hyde 26—0 at Preston, on October 15, 1887. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 335 

Chving to a portion of one of the stands giving way on the 
gfoimd of tiie Glasgow Rangers, at Ibrox Park, on April 5, 1902, 
timing the progress of the Association football match between 
England and Scotland, 25 persons were killed, 24 dangerously 
injured, 168 seriously injured, 153 injured, and 172 slightly injured. 

Charles Williams, of Manchester City, kicked a football from 
goal to goal and scored in the match between Manchester City 
and Sunderland, at Sunderland, on April 14, 1900. Longest place 
kick of a Rugby football with a run, 200ft. 8in., by W. P. Chad- 
wick. Exeter, N.H., U.S.A., November 29, 1887 ; 187ft. lOin., 
R. Yoimg, Glasgow, July 2, 1881. Longest drop kick, 172ft. 8in., 
by F. Hardgrave, Queens Park, Brisbane, Australia, October, 
1882, and 161ft. 9in. by M. Cooper, Cambridge University, 
Cambridge, November 21, 1881. 

The New Zealand Rugby Football Team (1905-6) played 32 
sannes in the United Kingdom, of which they Avon 31, Wales 
inflicting the only defeat. 

CRICKET. 

A. Mold for the first time in his career as a first-class cricketer, 
was twice no-balled in one over by James Phillips, in a match 
between Notts and Lancashire, at Nottingham, on June 25, 1900. 
Phillips also no-balled Mold 18 times on July 11, 1901, at Old 
Trafford, in a match between Lancashire and Somerset. The 
same umpire also no-balled E. Jones, of South Australia, and 
J. Tyler, of Somerset, a slow bowler. Phillips was the first 
umpire to no-ball a bowler when standing near square leg. 

The record for throwing a cricket ball is 140 yards 2 feet by 
R. Percival on the Durham Sands Racecourse on Easter Monday, 
1884. 

The record attendance for any cricket match is 95,000 at the 
England v. Australia Test Match, March, 1895. 



BOXING AND THE RING. 

The largest amount ever boxed for was in the world's champion- 
ship match between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries, at Reno, 
on July 4, 1910. Jeffries' share of the purse was £8,080 and a 
bonus of £2,000, and £13,333, his interest in the moving pictures, 
makes a total of £23,413. The winner's total was £24,120. 

The largest purse ever given for a bout in this country under 
Marquis of Queensberry Rules was £2,500, which with £100 aside 
was the amount at issue when Fred Welsh defeated Jim Driscoll 
at Cardiff, in December 1910. A purse of £3,000 was due to be 
given for the contest between Carpentier and Wells at the National 
Sporting Club, London, due for decision after this book went to 
press. 

Neither J. J. Corbett nor Bob Fitzsimmons ever boxed in 
England in any match. 

The longest bare-knuckle fight in England was at Edenbridge, 
on July 17, 1849. between Mike Madden and Bill Hayes, lasting 
<5hrs. 3min. 

The longest glove fight on record lasted 7 hours 19min. (110 
rounds), between T. Bowen and J. Burks, at New Orleans, April 
0, 1893, the contest ending in a draw. 

Tom Sayers and J. C. Heenan fought at Farnborougb, Hamp- 
shire, on April 17, 1860, the match being drawn and each man. 
receiving a belt. 



336 THE SPORTING CHEOX1CLE ANNUAL. 

Nat Langham was the only man who succeeded in beating Torn 
Sayers in the ring. 

C4reatest number of rounds in a prize fight 276, in 4 hours 
SOmin., when Jack Jones beat Patsy Tunney. in Cheshire, in 
1825. 

The longest fight with bare knuckles took place between Jame3 
Kelly and Jonathan Smith, near Melbourne. Australia, in Nov.. 
1855. and lasted 6 horns loniin. 

The shortest bare-knuckle fight on record lasted only 30sec. 
It was between Hearld and Cannon, at Carbondale, Pa. U.S.A., on 
May 23. 1886. 

The shortest glove fights on record are : — America : 2sec. 
when Battling Nelson knocked out William Eosser, April 5, 1902. 
England : 6sec, Harry Pigeon defeated Billy Lambert, Johannes • 
burg ; 5sec, Bill Doherty beat G. Croper. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

The world's record at Bait Casting is 309ft. 6in. by Mr. J. T. 
Emery, at Farnham, Surrey, in July, 1911. The weight of the 
bait used was 2i ozs. 

B. Quinn, a Canadian, has thrown a regulation ball at lacrossa 
497ft. 7iin. with an ordinary crosse. 

The longest throw at arrow throwing on record is by Firth, 
in the Championship Match at Birkenshaw, on September 5, 1903. 
i.e., 18sc. 12yds. 2ft. 6in. 

The longest knock with wood knurs measured 18 score 12 yard^ 
1 foot 8 inches, and was accomplished by F. Moore in his match 
with F. Crabtree, at the Lightcliffe Gun Club Field, on November 
11, 1899. The longest knock with pot knurs — 15 score yards 
14 feet — was made by Joe Machen, in his match with John Fleet- 
wood, at the Queen's Grounds, Barnsley, on February 9. 1889. 

Mr. George Fletcher, of Kirby Moorside, York, backed himself 
to shoot and kill 100 pigeons under London rules modified, and 
load and unload his own gun, inside 35 minutes, for a stake of 
£200. In bad weather the shooter managed to accomplish his tas'i 
in 34 minutes, at the Queen's Grounds, Barnsley, on Dec. 3. 
1902, 

At St. James's Hah, Manchester, in December, 1900, there was 
a sale of prize pigeons, the loft of Bidgewood owls, the property 
of Mr. Arnold Gillett, of Chorley, being dispersed. The 235 lota 
realised nearly £1,600 — a record for one loft. _ 

The longest recorded distance for a homing pigeon is 1,072 mileg 
in 11 days 19 hours, 12min. by Adolph. The flight was from 
Little Bock, Arkansas, to New York. . 

A Yorkshire trained pigeon belonging to W. Hill, of Cowling, 
was trapped thrice in one match, and escaped each time, the 
contestants shooting at 11 birds each. Previously this same bird 
had been trapped in 24 matches, and was evidently very cleverly 
trained. 

Club S winging. -=-( See records elsewhere.) 

Sergt. J. M. Phillips, of Burnley, swung the clubs for 68 bours. 
He also swung a 101b. 5oz. hammer for 25 \ hours. Driver Beamish 
swung the clubs iminterruptedly for 66 hours 55min. in South 
Africa in January, 1910. 



THE SPORTING CHEONICLE ANNUAL. 337 

The longest Tug-of-War lasted 2 hours 41 minutes, Company 
H. 2nd Derby Regiment, beating Company E, standing start. 
No holes were made till after " go " was given, any part of the 
body of either team to be pulled over the line marked on the 
ground, Jubbulpore, India, August 12, 1889. 

One of the finest hands of Poker ever dealt was the following : 
First man, six full on aces : second man, seven full on deuces ; 
third man. eight full on trays ; fourth man, nine full On fours : 
and fifth man ten full on fives. It was the first hand dealt 
from a new pack of cards on the " Columbia," Hamburg- 
American Line, July 26, 1897. 

Captain E. B. Ferrars (2nd Scottish Rifles), writing to " The 
Field," stated that in a match againt time at Colchester, Lieut- 
W. D. Croft, 2nd Scottish Rifles, undertook to (1) run a mile, 
walk a mile, and row a mile in half-an-hour ; (2) to cycle a mile 
ride a mile, run a mile, walk a mile, row a mile, and swim a mile 
in one hour and a quarter. The first series of events he performed 
in 27min. on September 29, 1910, and on the following day he 
accomplished Ms six miles in 58min. 36% sec. The cycling 
riding, and running took place at the back of the rifle butts over 
a fairly level course. The mile walked was slightly downhill. On 
both days the row was begun shortly after the turn of the tide. 
The course was measured on a 6in. Ordnance map, and the time 
on both occasions was taken by a stop watch. 

On August 30, 1888, Lord Walsingham, shooting for 14 hours 
IS minutes, and by firing an average of 108 shots an hour, 
succeeded in bringing down 1,058 grouse. Later, his lordship 
set up a new record at Blubberhouse, Yorkshire, his bag 
comprising 1,070 grouse. 

The riot at Lillie Eridge, London, took place on September 19, 
1887 — the occasion of the proposed sprint championship match 
of 120 yards between Gent and Hutchins. 

The greatest distance covered in a six days' ." go-as-you-please " 
competition is 623 miles 1,320 yards, by George Littlewood, at 
New York, in December, 1888. 

Dr. F. W. Carver broke 1,000 glass balls in 34 minutes, usin? 
six repeating rifles, assistants to load, at Hamburg, on August 31. 
1890. 

The total cost of shoeing a horse with 32 nails, beginning at 
id. on a doubling principle would be £4,473,924 5s. 3 Id. 

Letters in the Bible, including the Apocrypha 4,291,480. 

Yorkshire's acres 3,721,246. 

Daniel Lambert weighed 52st. lllbs., Willie Campbell 52st.; 
Leo Whitton 51st. lib., and Bright, of Essex, 42st. 

Eiffel Tower is elevated 985ft., New Brighton Tower has an 
altitude of 570ft., and Blackpool Tower reaches 520ft. 

One million English sovereigns should weigh 21,4011bs., 9ozs.. 
18dwts., 6grs. troy. 

The longest word in our literature is honorificabilitudinitatibus. 
It occurs in "Love's Labour Lost," Act V., Scene 1. 

The record for winning the Waterloo Cup is held by Fullertori 
who divided that event with Troughend in 1S89 and won outright 
in 1890, 1891 and 1892. 

By command of the Queen, Master M'Grath. the triple winner 
Of the Waterloo Cud. was taken to Windsor Castle, in March, 1871. 



338 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Tlie world's highest mountain is Mount Everest, which is said 
to reach an altitude of 29,002ft. The deepest lake on the earth is 
Lake Baikal in Siberia, whose lowest estimated average depth is 
819ft., and soundings in many places reach 4,500ft. Lake 
•Superior, which covers an area of 31,200 square miles, is the 
largest lake in the world. The Amazon in South America is the 
largest river in the world. The largest park in America is the 
Yellowstone National Park. 

The Basilica of St. Peter's, Rome, the largest church in the 
world, reaches a height of 435ft. The dome of St. Paul's, London, 
is 370ft. high. The Great Sphinx at Gizeh measures 172ft.6in« 
long by 56ft. high. 

Record Ratting. — 25 rats killed in lmin. 28sec Jimmy Shaw's 
clog, Jacko, London, August 20, 1861. 60 r«ts — 2min. 43sec, 
Jacko, London, July 29, 1862. 100 rats— 5min. 28sec, Jacko, 
London, May 1, 1862. 200 rats— 14mh). 37sec, Jacko, London, 
June 10, 1862. 1,000 rats— less than 100 minutes, Jacko, 
London, May 1, 1862. 

- A horse named Heatherbloom, the property of Mr. Howard 
Willets, of Mamarsneck, New York, established a record with 
a jump of 8 ft. lin. hi September, 1902. Heatherbloom was 
credited with 8ft. 2in. in 1905 in public and 8ft. 5in. in private. 

Long Distance Riding. — Ten miles in 18min. 17sec. by Mme. 
Marantette (changing horses), Lansing, Mich., 1883. 50 miles in 
1 hour 50min. *03sec. (10 horses), Carl Pugh, San Barnardino, 
Cal., 1883, 200 miles in 8 hours (30 horses). N. H. Mowry, San 
Francisco, 1868. 1.07H miles in 72 hours (changing horses, 12 
hours daily), C. M. Anderson, San Francisco. 

f -The longest shots ever made by a British archer are 443 yards, 
406 yards, and 367 yards by Sir R. Payne Gallwey in 1907. 

The Toronto Lacrosse Team that visited England in 1902, 
played 15 matches, and won all of them by 179 goals to 60. 

At an angling contest at Tewkesbury, Sept. 8, 1902, no fewer 
than 1,281 competed. The pegs put down represented 10 miles 
of anglers. 

The longest distance for a balloon voyage is 1,355 miles by 
America II (Messrs. Augustus Post and Alan Hawiey) in the 
Gordon-Bennett race, October, 1910. 

Ed Lamy, on ice skates, made a broad jump of 25ft. 2in. at 
Saranac Lake, New York, February 7, 1911. 

Average Weight of Game. — Capercailzie (great grouse), 141b. ; 
Hare, 7Hb. ; Blackcock (black grouse), 41b. ; Rabbit, 3flb. ; 
Pheasant, 31b. ; Partridge, hen, 13oz. ; Golden Plover, 7ioz. ; 
Common Snipe, 4oz. ; Quail, 3*oz. ; Jack Snipe, 2oz. ; Teal, 
Woodcock, 12oz. ; Great Snipe, Lapwing, 8oz. ; Wild-duck, 2 lib.; 
Grouse (Red Game), Pochard, 28oz. ; Pintail, Widgeon, 24oz. ; 
Wood-pigeon, 22oz. ; Ptarmigan, 19oz. ; Partridge, cock, 15oz. 

Breeders' Table.— Goose, 30 days ; Rabbit, 30 days ; Pheasant 
aud Partridge, 24 days ; Canary, 13 days ; Mare, 48 weeks ; 
Cow, 40 weeks ; Ewe and Goat, 21 weeks ; Sow, 16 weeks ; Bitch, 
9 weeks ; Turkey, Duck, Peafowl, 28 days ; Fowl, 21 days ; 
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SPORTSMEN. 

Aitchison, Mr. Jas, of Cockburnsbath ; one of the originators of Powderliall 

Grounds, Edinbro', and an all-round sportsman. September. 
Allcroft, Mr. John; of Sheffield; a well-known local sportsman, and 

formerly a prominent commission agent. He backed Glenlivat for the 

Chester Cud of 1871, to win £50.000 without reducing the odds to less 

than 40 to 1. In October. 
Anderson, Mr. L. Stuart,; a well-known golfer, and secretary of the Royal 

Portrush Club. May. 
Andrews, Mr. Alfred Edgar ; formerly a prominent Rugby footballer, and 

captain of Southampton Trogaus. April. 
Appleton, Mr. W., a well-known figure in Durham County sporting circles, 

and a director of Darlington F.C. March 5. 
Armstrong, Mr. Jack; well-known authority on sporting dogs, and 

manager of Mr. George Jay Gould's large kennel of field- trial and show 

dogs in America. Shot dead. April. 
Arrowsmith, Mr. J. W. ; the oldest member of the Gloucestershire County 

CO., and a popular sportsman in the Bristol district. In February. 
Ashmore, Mr. Henry L. ; in his day a well-known London Rugby player 

and a member of the famous team of " Old Crocks " of 1891. In April. 
Askham, Mr Arthur ; a well-known Heckmondwike bowler. March 7. 
Avis, Mr. Harry ; once a well-known amateur light-weight boxer, who 

twice took part in the Amateur Championships in the early eighties. 

In August. 

Bagge, Mr. C. W. ; a well-known figure in Irish sporting and racing circles. 

and at one time an owner of racehorses. October 7. 
Bainbridge. Mr. G. E. P., of Lincoln ; a prominent sportsman who won 

many races at Midland Hunt meetings, with horses trained and very 

frequently lidden by himself. January 1. 
Ball, H. ; an ex-jockey and trainer, died at Maisons-Laffite. January. 
Bartholomew, Win. ; a popular figure in French racing circles, and father 

of C. and G. Bartholomew, the trainers. In August. 
Battersby, Mr. Harold, a prominent member of Offerton Lacrosse Club. 

Played for Cheshire County. In January. 
Bayley, Dr. Joseph ; medical superintendent at the St. Andrews Hospital, 

Northampton. In his early days a well-known cricketer. January 20. 
Bayton, Mr. T. ; a popular figure in Welsh sporting circles. Owner of the 

famous trotter. Lady R., and president of the Brynmawr Rugby F.C, 

February 26. 
Beasley, Mr. Benjamin, of Handsworth ; a prominent local cricketer and 

Rugby footballer. In August. 
Beattie, Mr. Wm. John ; a well-known figure in the swimming and water 
Beat tie, Arthur ; an old Tyneside boxer. In September. 

polo world, and a referee of many important matches in Lanes. In 

September. 
Bell, Andrev/ ; once a capital runner ; later a trainer of athletes in the 

North. In March. 
Benstead, Mr. Thos. ; a well-known Kentish fox-hunter and farmer, and a 

regular follower of the Tickham Foxhounds for 70 years. January 15. 
Berteaux, the Comte de ; a well-known and much respected French sports- 
man and one of the keenest bloodstock breeders in France. He formerly 

raced horses with success in England. In June. 
Binnie, William ; formerly professional to the Burnt Island Golf Club. 

Fifeshire, and at the time of his death held a similar appointment in 

South Africa. In May. 



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Bohsor, E ; an ex-Oldham and Lancashire footballer. In March. 
Bottomley, Mr. George Wni. ; formerly a well-known Huddersfield Rugby 

Union player. August 23. 
Bowen, Mr. D. H., of Llanelly : one of the most prominent and best known 

supporters of Rugby football, and for years 20 a member of the Welsh 

Rugby Union. He represented his country in International contests from 

1883 to 1887. August 17. 
Bowers, Mr. John ; a well-known bookmaker at Irish meetings, and owner 

of among other horses, Master Willie. September 30. 
Bowman, J. ; formerly a well-known jockey. In November. 
Bray, Baron de ; a well-known French breeder, and owner of the Chateau 

de Montgeroult stud, .where Throwaway, EUesmere, Lorlot, Lutin and 

other famous sires were stationed. In February. 
Breslin, " Barney "; a noted Scottish footballer, and a member of the 

Edinboro' Hibernians' team which won the Scottish Cup in 1902. In 

November. 
Brice, Mr. R. A. ; a keen coursing enthusiast, who for many years acted 

as judge at numerous coursing meetings. He owned and trained grey- 
hounds as far back as 1874, amongst those he owned being Tell the Truth, 

Babbler, Peaceful, and Kentish Fire. August 10. 
Brown, Alfred ; for many years private trainer to M. J. Arnaud, at 

Villechetive, in France ; a brother-in-law to the former jockey, E. Bowen. 
Browning, Mr. J. N., a joint proprietor of the Knockany Stud, co. Limerick- 

In March. 
Buckland, Mr. Francis M. ; a good cricketer, who assisted Eton, Oxford. 

University, and Middlesex, in the eighties. Also played for Gentlemen v. 

Players in 1877. March 7. 
Burton, Lieut.-Col. de., D.L., J.P. : of Billingboro., Lines. One of the 

best-known sportsmen in South Lines., and a keen follower to hounds. 

April 5. 

Carrington, Major-General Sir Frederick ; a regular follower of the Cotswold 

Hounds and a member of the Cheltenham Hunt Club. In March. 
Chatterton, Wm. ; an ex-Derbyshire and all-England cricketer. March 18. 
Chesterman ; formerly a well-known jockey.who rode with success both in. 

England and France. In April. 
Conacher, Mr. Joseph H. ; formerly a well-known Rugby player and 

sprinter. April 13. 
Connor, " Billy "; a well-known Salford Boxer. May 30. 
Connolly, Mr. Robert ; Secretary of Dundalk F.C., Belfast, and for gome 

time Chairman of the Irish Junior League. In September. 
Cooper, Mr. John ; a well-known figure in hunting circles, and an authority 

on horse breeding. A Commissioner of Light Horse Breeding. June 7. 
Cooper, Mr. Ben ; a well-known bookmaker, and a popular figure in racing 

circles. August 22. 
Costello, " Billy "; a well-known figure at Irish shows and a splendid horse- 
man, being a frequent competitor in jumping competitions. He was also 

a keen follower of racing. In August. 
Cotes, Colonel, of Shrewsbury ; a keen foxhunter, a great supporter of 

Steeplecbasing and Coursing, and a successful breeder cf sporting dogs. 

July 8. 
Cotterill, the Rev. G, E. ; au old Cambridge University and Sussex 

cricketer. In June. 
Courage, Mr. Kenneth, of Daventry ; a good all-round cricketer, and at the 

time one of Northamptonshire's most promising players. In March. 
Cowell, Mr. S. C. ; of Darlington. A well-known cyclist and keen supporter 

of amateur sport. 
Crowther, Mr. John ; an enthusiastic bowler, and thrice President of the 

Huddersfield Bowling Association. June 6. 

Davies, Mr. T., of Carew, near Pembroke ; in his day a fine steeplecha 3 
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Dawson, Mr. George Philip, of Newmarket ; a well-known trainer, and a 
brother-in-law of the late Fred Archer, the famous jockey. Among the 
winners lie trained were Ayrshire, who Avon the Derby in 1888 ; Donovan, 
winner of the Derby in 1889 ; Memoir, St. Serf, Semolina, Melton, and 
others. June 14. 

Dean, Mr. Thomas ; a well-known bowler ; figured prominently in the 
Blackpool tournaments ; gold medallist of the Runcorn Bowling League. 
In January. 

Deffis, Capt. Leon ; a well-known Parisian gentleman rider. In September. 

Dick. Mr. Frank M. ; of Leeds; a well-known and popular journalist. In 
October. 

Donon, Mons. Pierre ; a well-known French racehorse owner, and breeder, 
whose stable was victorious in many classic events abroad. In July. 

Duggan, Mr. John, of Urmston ; a well-known bowler, In June. 

Dugdale, Mr. Robert : a well-known Yorkshire-sportsman, and for several 
years Secretary to the old Huddersfield Juniors F.O. November 4. 

Elliott, Mr. George ; in his day a good cricketer, and for many years a 

member of Surrey County XI. April 23. 
Elliott, Mr. T., J.P., of Sunderland ; for many years a member of Sunderland 

Cricket and Rugby F.C. Clubs. January 21. 
Elton, Mr. Wm. K. : sporting journalist, and well-known in Northern 

sporting circles ; vice-president of Broughton Harriers. May 10. 
Errington, Mr. Joseph, of Barnard Castle ; one of the oldest bookmakers on 

the turf. In August. 
Evans, Mr. Wm., of Horton, Northumberland : a prominent member of 

the North of England Coursing Club. October 6. 
Etherington-Smith, Mr. R. B., F.B.C.S.,; a well-known Cambridge 

University and Leander oarsman. In April. 
Evans, Mr. W. H. B. ; a prominent 'Varsity cricketer. Killed by fall of 

an aeroplane with Col. Cody. In August. 

Eaiers, Wm. ; formerly a prominent jockey, who rode many winners on 

the Continent under both codes in the eighties. September 15. 
Fezensac, Due de ; a well-known French sportsman, and a member of the 

French Jockey Club. In October. 
Fielding, Mr. Philip, of Prestwich, Lanes ; a well-known figure in Lancashire 

Bowling circles. April 8. 
Fisher, Mr. J. H. ; a popular sportsman, and follower of the Belvoir Hunt, 

and in his youth a skilled marksman. In January. 

Garner, Mr. Charles ; a well-known Lincolnshire sportsman, and a supporter 

of racing, coursing, and trotting. In February. 
Garrett, Tom ; a well-known figure in the racing world, and in his day a 

fine horseman. He rode such good horses as Ard Patrick, Blairfinde, and 

Wild Fowler. For many years he was head lad to Mr. S. Darling at 

Beckhampton, and later became private trainer to Major the Hon. C. J. 

Coventry. In June. 
Gibhs, Mr. J. Dixon ; formerly a popular racing official in Ireland, and in 

his young days a good horseman and follower of hounds. In November. 
Glass, Mr. B. ; a popular figure in Northumberland and Durham football 

circles. January 20. 
Goddard, J. ; coloured light-weight champion boxer of the West Indies. 

In March. 
Gough-Becher, Capt. C. A., of Berryfields, Bourton-on-the- Water ; a well, 

known sportsman in the Cotswold district, and a keen follower of the 

Heythorp hounds. November 29. 
Greenwell, Mr. Alan ; a well-known figure in Durham hunting circles, and 

for many years Hon. Secretary of the Durham pack. In January. 
Greenwood, Amos ; a well-known Hebden Bridge footballer. In Feburary. 

Haines, Mr. W. H., of Windsor, Surrey ; formerly a champion professional 

punter. In March. 
Halliwell, Mr. James, of Bolton : a familiar figure in pedestrian circles, and 

also a prominent bowler. In November. 



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Hanson, Norman, of Huddersfield ; one of the best amateur bowlers in hi3 

district. June 10. 
Hardy, Frank W. ; a famous jockey, who rode Sceptre in most of her races, 

also Persimmon when winning the St. Leger and Jockey Club Stakes. 

Latterly he rode with success in France. In September. 
Harman, Lieut. Thomas C. ; of the 25th Hussars ; a well-known figure in 

polo circles. In July. 
Hiirper, "Archie "; a prominent footballer. He played as full-back for 

Fulham in 1908-9, also for Aberdeen and other clubs. Killed in a colliery 

in Stirlingshire. February 18. 
Harrison, John ; the popular veteran groundsman of the Leigh Harriers 

Athletic Ground. August 10. 
Hauyet, Mons. Hector ; a noted French bloodstock breeder. In June. 
Hawke, the Hon. Harold ; a keen cricketer, and brother of Lord Hawke. 

In July. 
Hawthorne, Mr. Alex. ; a well-known Irish referee. May 19. 
Hay, Capt. S. S. Baird ; a well-known breeder of light horses. Owner of 

Playfair, winner of the Liverpool Autumn Cup in 1903. In March. 
Hedley, Mr. Matthew, F.R.C.V.S., of Kingstown, co. Dublin ; Chief 

Veterinary Inspector to the Irish Dept. of Agriculture. In February. 
Hodgman, Mr. George ; one of the most notable figures on the turf. 

Formerly a racehorse owner, Among the animals he owned being 

Emigrant, winner of the Grand National in 1857, and Yestminster, who 

won the Cambridgeshire in 1869. He only missed seeing one " National " 

ran between 1847 and the time of his death. Died April 5. Cremated at 

Manchester. 
Holman, Fred ; a prominent Devonshire swimmer. English representative 

at the Olympic Games in 1908, in the 200 metres breast stroke. January 23- 
Holme, Mr. Henry, sen. ; in his day a famous all-round cricketer. A 

professional for Hants, and also acted as coach to Oxford University. 

and later was an umpire in county cricket. January 6. 
Horn, Mr. Anthony ; a well-known figure in north-country sporting circles, 

jockey and trainer under British Racing Association Rules. In June. 
Howett, Mr. William Stokes, of Nottingham ; one of the best known sporting- 
men in that district. April. 
Howell, Mr. Win. Henry ; a prominent figure in Welsh rugby circles. He 

assisted Swansea for five seasons, and was ** capped " against Scotland 

and Ireland in 1888. In January. 
Hoyt, L. C. ; a well-known cross-country jockey, who rode latterly with 

distinction in India. In February. 
Higers, Mr. ; of Romiley, Cheshire ; father of the well-known jockey, W. A. 

Higgs. September 26. 
Hill, Mr. H. G. ; formerly a well-known Warwickshire cricketer, also a 

good Rugby footballer. In 1895 he took 239 wickets for Wandsworth 

Wood, and had several times captured all ten wickets in one innings. 

He was also the originator of cricket leagues. June 4. 
Hind, J ; a stable lad at R. Sherwood's establishment at Newmarket, where 

he had been employed for 20 years. In February. 
Hudson, Mr. R. T. ; for over twenty years an official of the Hull Kingston 

Rovers F.C., being one of the founders of that club. June 4. 
Hyland, Mr. J.; trainer to Baron von Oppenheim, in Germany. In 

September. 

Isaacs, Tom ; a prominent huntsman, and latterly with the Cottesmore. 
January 30. 

Jayes, Tom ; a well-known Leicestershire county cricketer, and probably 

the best fast bowler the county ever had. April. 
Johnson, Mr. T. ; a well-known Northern sportsman, who earned fame as 

an all-round athlete. In June. 
Johnson, Mr. Douglas ; once a famous all-round athlete. He was a good 

cyclist and distance runner, and while in India achiered fame as a 

gentleman jockey. He also teat John Roberts at Billiards. October 1. 



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Johnston, Mr. William ; of Toyd, Salisbury. A well-known racehorse 

trainer and breeder. March 30. 
Johnstone, Mr. E. : of Edinburgh. For fourteen years general secretary of 

the Scottish Cyclists' Union. In January. 
Johnstone, Sir Frederick J. W. ; of Windsor. A life-long friend of the late 

King Edward VII., and for many years the racing partner of the late 

Lord Alington, during which period they won the Oaks and Ascot Cup 

with Brigantine in 1869, the Derby with St. Blaise in 1883, and the 

" triple crown " with Common in 1891. June 20. 
Jones, Mr. Win., J.P.. of Cardiff ; a well-known judge of hackneys. In his 

younger days a good footballer. Formerly president of the South Wales 

League. In August. 

Keene, Mr. J. E. ; the well known American millionaire sportsman. _ He 
owned many racehorses which he ran both in England and the United 
States, among them being Foxhall, winner of the Cesarewitch, 
Cambridgeshire, and Grand Prix de Paris, in 1881. January 2. 

Kelly, Mr. J. A ; for many years joint Hon. Secretary of the Oakly, Broome 
and Eye Coursing Club. In July. 

Kerr, Mr. G. Campbell ; a noted Scottish Eugby footballer and inter- 
national. He also assisted the Old Dunelmians, Durham City, and 
Durham Comity. August 18. 

Kidston, Capt. Glen ; a prominent patron of coursing, and well-known 
to shooting men all over the United Kingdom. In September. 

Kohler, Mr. Charles ; an American millionaire, who raced on a fairly 
extensive scale in England, France and Ajnerica. His horses were trained 
in England by J. Butters at Newmarket, amongst his winners being 
Coronis, Umbria, Staccato, Speedyfoot, Divine, etc. June 4. 

Laing, Mr. James, of Sydney ; a well-known Australian umpire. In October. 
Lancashire, Mr. J. T. ; of Heaton Chapel, Lancashire. A good all-round 

sportsman, and an excellent shot. Secretary of the Manchester Gun Club. 

March 5. 
Lansum, Mr. Alfred : a good all-round sportsman, Slipper to the Wantage 

Coursing Club. In February. 
Larrette, Mr. C. H. ; a well-known veteran sporting journalist. In May. 
Law, Mr. Amos I . ; a prominent figure in Yorkshire football circles ; a 

member of the Cleckheaton Club, and reputed to be one of the best 

Eugby drGp kicks in the North. In September. 
Lockwood, Mr. Frank ; Secretary of the Kent County Football Association. 

September 20. 
Longan, Mi-. John A. S., of Bellewstoun, Co. Meath ; A well-known Irish 

breeder, and a steward of Bellewstoun Meeting. The best horse he owned 

wasLeggan Hall. Among the best he bred being Brown Prince, second to 

Charmont for the Two Thousand Guineas of 1877. In September. 
Lonsdale, Mr. J., D L. ; one of the most notable sporting personalities on 

either side of the St. George's Channel. He owned many good horses, 

among them being Aviator. August 27. 
Lonsdale, Mr. James, D.L. ; of Armagh. One of the most prominent 

patrons of: the Irish turf. August 26. 
Loveday, Mr. J., of Beading ; who for nearly forty years acted as chief 

gatekeeper in the Boyal enclosure at Ascot. January 25. 
Lowry, Mr. Jas ; a noted Irish owner and breeder of many famous horses, 

including Bachelor's Button. July 26. 
Lyttelton, the Et. Hon. Alfred (K.C., M.P.) ; a well-known and universally- 
popular sportsman and a keen supporter of cricket, fin July. 

Mackay, Mr. John ; well known in England as the agent of Mr. J. B. Hagsiu, 

the American bloodstock breeder. April. 
Marshall, Mr. J. ; ex-Derby County footballer and Derbyshire cricketer. 

January 15. 



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Matthews, Mr. W. ; a popular racehorse trainer. He was formerly head man 

for the late Matt Dawson, who trained Mr. R. C. Yyner's horses. The 

best horse he ever trained was Marcion, winner of the Ascot Gold Cup of 

1893. January 3. 
M'Calmont, Colonel ; M.P. for East Antrim, and a keen follower of coursing 

February 1. 
McCarthy, Luther ; a well-known American heavy-weight boxer. Killed 

in a contest in Pelky in the States. In June. 
McDonald, Mr. John S. ; a well-known American turfman and sporting 

journalist. Latterly he bought bloodstock for Messrs. Vanderbilt and 

J. R. Keene. In May. 
Meadows, John ; popularly known as " Brummy," who had a lifelong 

association with sport of all description. January 29. 
Meredith, " Tommy "; a well-known pedestrian, and winner of over 100 

prizes. In November. 
Merritt, Mr. Walter ; a well-known figure in Northern rowing circles. Mar. 1. 
Morgan, Mr. Thomas, of Llanelly ; a popular sportsman, and father of the 

three well-known steeplechase jockeys of that name. In June. 
Morgan, S. ; a well-known Warwickshire wicket-keeper. February 18. 
Mortimer, Mr. William (J.P.) ; well known in Lincoln sporting circles, and 

for many years closely identified with the management of Lincoln City 

F.C. February 7. 
Morton, Mr. Jonas ; for many years a well-known racing cyclist in North 

Lancashire. Held the best record for the Lancaster to Liverpool road 

race (100 miles), his time being 6 hours 2i minutes. In June. 
Milburn, John ; formerly champion wrestler of the North. October 15. 
Mildmay, Mr. J. W. P. ; well known in the west country, and a follower of 

Lord Fitzhardinge's hounds. Killed by the fall of his horse. January 1*5. 
Mullen, J. J.; a famous long-distance runner, and the one and four miles 

champion of Ireland. In October. 
Murphy, " Mike " ; the famous trainer of athletes in America. In June. 
Murray, Mr. Hugh, of Gil town, Co. Kildare ; a well-known breeder of 

hunters and 'chasers. In May. 

Neill, Robert G. ; in his day a good footballer. At different times. he 
assisted Ashfield, Edinburgh Hibernians, Rangers, and Liverpool, and 
also played for Scotland against Wales in 1896 and 1900 and against the 
English League in 1901. In March. 

Northey-Hopkins, the Hon. Mrs. Owner of Marchington Hall Stud, Staffs. 
July 6. 

Oates, Captain L. E. G. ; a fine all-round sportsman and owner of several 
steeplechasers, including Gabriel II., winner of the Irwell Handicap 
Steeplechase at Manchester in 1907. He perished in the Antarctic 
expedition. In February. 

O'Donnell, Mr. J. P. ; at one time a keen supporter of coursing, and in his 
younger days a good athlete. In November. 

Overton, Harry ; one of the best-known of Birmingham boxers in the 
early nineties. In July. 

Oppenshaw, Albert ; an apprentice jockey attached to R. Sherwood's 
stable at Newmarket. August 27. 

Pace, Mr. Alfred, of Newmarket ; for nearly forty years manager of the 

Jockey Club headquarters. ?n his youth he was an athlete of some 

standing. In October. 
Parr, James, of Tunstall ; a prominent North Staffordshire water polo 

player. November 15. 
Perry, Thomas ; a well-known huntsman in the Cotswold district. In Feb. 
Petty, Mr. J.; better known as " Jimmy " Dickinson. A sporting 

journalist. April 17. 
Pierce, Michael, of Sidney ; in his day a good slow bowler, who assisted the 

New South Wales team. In April. 
Poole, Mr. Philip ; son of a well-known Epsom huntsman. He was a 

gentleman rider, and was regarded as one of the best point-to-point 

"horsemen. February 2. 



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Potter, Mr. Edwin ; one of the oldest and most respected of racehorse 
owners. Amongst the best known horses he owned being Miss Shephard 
and Flavins. The latter ran second to Peter in the Middle Park Plate in 
1878. July 4. 

Poyntz, Major H. W. ; well known in Army athletic circles, and a member 
of the Sherwood Foresters. Killed in India. In January. 

Price, Mr. D. J. ; for many years secretary of the Neath Rugby Club. 
May 19. 

Price, Harry : welter-weight champion boxer of South Africa. Killed in a 
contest with Private Basham at Liverpool. In August. 

Eadclyffe, Mr. J. C. ; a veteran sportsman, and at one time a gentleman 

rider of ability. In February. 
Eance, Mr. Fred., of Northampton ; in his younger days, winner of many 

prizes on high bicycles, and also figured in foot races. In October 
Bandle, Arthur ; of West Bromwich ; a well-known professional footballer. 

playing half-back for West Bromwich Albion for seven years. He also 

assisted Leicester Fosse. September 29. 
Pees, Mi-. P. ; one of the best-known supporters of foot racing in South 

Wales. In September. 
Peeves, Wm. ; an old-time steeplechase jockey and trainer. Among many 

winners he trained was Pathfinder, who won the Grand National in 1875. 

July 16. 
Eiehardson, Mr. Eichard, of Holderness ; breeder of hunters and cattle, and 

a keen follower to hounds. May 12. 
Boberts. John E. ; a well-known cricketer and member of the BuncornC.C. 

In February. 
Eobertson, Mr. B. G ; well-known in Victoria and Western Australia as a 

footballer, racehorse owner, and bookmaker. In October. 
Eose, Sir Charles D. ; a universally popular figure in sporting circles. At 

the time of his death stood as M.P. for Newmarket ; also chairman of the 

Eoyal Aero Club. April 19. 
E osier, Jake de, of America ; world's champion motor cyclist. In March. 
Eutherford, George, of North Shields. A well-known footballer, and brother 

of the famous Newcastle United player. September 30. 

Sanderson, Mr. F. W. ; for twelve years honorary treasurer of the York 

Football Club. March 4. 
Sayers, George, a well-known professional golfer. November 20. 
Scavenius, Mr. O., of Copenhagen ; well-known as the breeder of Mowerina, 

the dam of Modwena, Donavan, and Eaeburn. In November. 
Scheuermann ; a well-known German cyclist. Killed in an accident. In 

September. 
Schlesinger, Mr. W. ; a well-known sportsman. February 7. 
Schlosser, Mr. J. ; assistant trainer to Mr. A. J. Joyner at Newmarket. 

March 31. 
Scott, Captain ; the famous explorer. Perished in a blizzard during an 

expedition in the Antarctic. In February. 
Shepherd, Major W. H. ; a vice-president of Yorkshire County C.C., and also 

closely associated with Bradford Cricket Club. January 19. 
Smith, John ; a well-known cricketer, and for 20 years professional at 

Bowdon, Cheshire. February 1. 
Snape, Mr. Wm. Henry, of Blackburn ; In his younger days a noted athlete 

and racing cyclist. April 17. 
Spencer, Mr. Percival ; a well-known balloonist and aeronaut. April 11. 
Stapleton, Mr. C. S. ; formerly a well-known Yorkshire footballer. Assisted 

Dewsbury Old Boys and Batley Casuals. January 20. 
Stedall, Mr. A. ; one of the most prominent men on the turf, and a liberal 

supporter of racing under both codes. He owned many good horses, 

chief among which were, First Principal and Most Excellent, while in 

later years, Simonson, winner of the Duke of York stakes, and Wise 

Mason will easily be lecalled. December 1. 



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Sykes, Sir Tatton : owner of the most famous stud farm in the world. 
Sledniere, Yorkshire. 

Thompson, John ; a well-known Irish jockey, being for many years first 
jockev to the powerful Maddenstown Lodge stable. He rode BerriU to 
victory hi the Cambridgeshire of 1900. He was head of the list of winning 
riders in Ireland from 1901 to 1907 without a break. In May. 

Thompson, J. F. ; an old Hartlepool Rover and Durham half-back, who 
played for North against South, at Carlisle in 1897, and latterly he assisted 
Hull in the Northern Union games. In February. 

Tsclitiras, C. ; regarded as the best amateur standing juniper of the day. 
At the Stockholm Olympic games, he jumped lift. Olin. In February. 

Vena. Mr. Harry ; a well-known figure in the world of athletics, and at one 
tune regarded as one of the speediest amateur walkers in the South of 
England. He won the amateur championship for seven miles in 1876 
and 1878. November 19. 

Wade, Mr. Goerge Rees, of Manchester, formerly a well-known Rugby 
footballer, having played for Newport, Manchester, and Lancashire. 

Killed by falling over a cliff at Ramsey Islands. In May. 
Walker, Lieut-Col. George F., of Wahnsley : and one of the founders of lh? 

old Birmingham Cricket Club, and one of the first to introduce footbfll 

into Birmingahm. May 21. 
Ward, C. ; a capable jockey in the late eighties, his principal victory being 

on Rockdove, winner of the Cesarewitch Stakes in 1895. March 13. 
Warren, Mr. Chas. ; a well-known sporting journalist. In January. 
Warrington, Mr. Edward ; a veteran and universally popular sporting 

journalist. October 7 
Weatherby, Mr. Chas. Thomas ; of the well-known firm of Weatherby and 

Sons, publishers of the " Racing Calendar." In June. 
Webb, Mr. J. E. : an ex-Welsh International, and Newport three-cuiarter 

and full-back. March 8. 
Westray, Mi-. Robert, of Carlisle : for many years president of the 

Cumberland Rugby Union. In October. 
Whichelow, Harold ; a prominent cricketer, and member of Berks. Comity 

C.C.. January 14. 
White, Albert ; a well-known Midland boxer. In August. 
Wilkinson, Mr. Leonard P., J.P., of Emory Down, New Forest. In his day 

a fine cricketer and footballer. February 10. 
Williams, Mr. Tom ; a life president of the Welsh Rugby F.U., and an ex- 
Welsh International. February 4. 
Williamson, Mr. J. C. ; a well-known Australian theatrical manager and 

racehorse owner. In July. 
Wilson, Mi-. John ; a leading figure in Manchester Rugby football circles. 

February 15. 
Wilson, Mr. T. ; a prominent footballer, and member of the Old 

Diuistonian Rugby F.C.. Brighton. February 15. 
Wood, Alderman S., of Croydon, and late of Wigan. A well-known figure 

to Wigan Rugby F.C. In July. 
Wood, Mr. Sandiford ; a prominent Wigan Rugby F.C. official, and vice 

chairman of the Central Park Committee. In September. 
Woolf, Mr. Charles James ; a well-known figure in Gloucester football circle^. 

Treasurer of Gloucester Athletic Club, and the local representative on the 

Gloucestershire Rugby Union. May 18. 
Wright, Mr. Orson, J.P., of Wigston, A gererous supporter of Leicester 

Fosse F.C, and a former Vice-President of Eeicestershire County C.C. 

April 10. 

Zuccareli ; a well-known Italian racing motorist. Killed while testing a 
car at Eureux. In June. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 347 , 

HORSES AND DOGS. 

Ambrosius C4ys), b g by Marcion — Watermint. Destroyed. April. 
Amulet (3ys), bfby St. Amant — Miss Lettice. A speedy filly who won 

thrice and was once second in five attempts as a two-year-old. In 

March. 
Aspirant (aged) by Stronzian — Sorcery. Property of Count N. Esterhazy. 

A successful sire abroad, and winner of the Austrian Derby in 1890. 

February. 
Baff ity (aged) , ch g by Kersey — Humbug. A useful steeplechaser. Destroyed 

October 30. 
Beauty Bird (6ys), b g by Hawfinch— Proud Beauty. A useful hurdler. 

Brake a fetlock and destroged. February 14. 
Belgrave (6ys) ; ch h by Duke of Westminster — Sister Clare, the property 

of Mr. B. E. Dobell. In March. 
Ben Y. Gloe ( lys) , b c by Macdonald II. — Bethanie. A useful French 'chaser 

belonging to Mr. James Hennessy. Killed at Auteuil. June 27. 
Bird in the Bush (3ys), br c by Bushey Park — Nightingale. A useful 

performer in Ireland. May. 
Black List (aged) b g by Derncleugh — Lady Black ; an Irish 'chaser. Broke 

a leg at Dundalk, and destroyed. April 30. 
Eouncing Bess (aged) ch f by St. Gris — Arriot ; a noted Irish brood 

mare. May. 
Braemar (5ys) ; b g by Mardi — Brunette. A useful performer under both 

codes of racing. Broke a leg at Catterick and destroyed. March 28. 
Brynhir Betty ; a champion Welsh terrier, belonging to Mr. Walter S. Glynn, 

of the Inner Temple. February. 
Burmah (3ys), ch g by Star Euby — Accurate. Broke its neck in a hurdle 

race at Lingfield. November 1. 
Capercailzie (4ys), ch c by Barcadaile — Bad Mark. A useful performer in 

Ireland. Broke a leg at Nottingham and destroyed. August 11. 
Carnforth (aged) ch g by Glencally — Arbigland. A useful hurdler. Fell 

and broke a fetlock while competing in a hurdle race at Manchester and 

was destroyed. January 1. 
Catlial Mor (3ys), br c by Earla Mor— Penetrate. Broke a leg at exercise 

and destroyed. October 7. 
CbapeJizod (aged), b g by Wavelet's Pride — Mrs. Caudle, A useful 

'chaser, the property of Captain Paynter. Broke a leg and destroyed. 

May 22. 
Chesterfield (aged^ ch h by Wisdom — Bramble. A fairly useful performer 

on the turf, winning among others the Doncaster Cup and Great 

Yorkshire Handicap of 1892. He later sired some useful jumpers, 

including Hopper, a winner at Auteuil. February. 
Comedy (aged) by Ben Battle — The White Witch. A brood mare standing 

at the Marchington Hall Stud and winner of the Cambridgeshire Stakes 

in 1891. In August. 
Corringham (aged), bl g by Insurance — Lady Cower. Broke down badly 

in a steeplechase at Leicester and destroyed. March 11. 
Culleen (aged) br g by General Symons — Ehodine. A speedy Irish horse. 

Destroyed September. 
Cyclades (aged) ch h by Cyllene — Vale Eoyal. A stallion standing in 

Canada, and the first of Cyllene's progeny to appear on a racecourse. 

In September. 
Desmond (17ys), br h by St. Simon — L'Abbesse de Jouarre ; a famous sire. 

the property of Lord Dunraven, standing at the Fort Union Stud, co. 

Limerick. He sired many famous horses, among them being The White 

Knight, winner of two Ascot Cups, Ascot Gold Vase, and numerous other 

cups ; Sir Archibald, Land League, Charles O'Malley, Lomond, etc. 

The only classic winner ever got by him however, was Aboyeur, the 

sensational winner of the Derby of 1913. Altogether during his stud 

career Desmond's progeny won £138,671. 
Dhu Loun (5ys), b g by Symington — Monday. A fairly useful performer. 

Won the British Dominion Plate of £1,000 as a two-year-old. He was 

latterly in India, and regarded as a promising candidate for the Viceroy's 

Cup. Died from lever. September. 



348 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Duffrey, The (aged) br g by Springtime or Blair Hope— Hauibowliue. A 

noted steeplechaser belonging to Mr. S. Hill- Wood, and winner of, among 

other races, the Scottish Grand National and Lancashire Handicap 

Steeplechase, haying secured the latter event twice. In October. 
Equilibrium (3ys), b c by Carbine — Dame d'Or. A promising stayer owned 

by Mr. J. Barrow, and trained by John Dawson at Newmarket. 

August 30. 
Felizardo (3ys), b c by Kunstler — LTtica. A useful performer belonging to 

Mr. L. de Rothschild. Broke a leg at Epsom, and destroyed. June 4. 
Friar Tuck (aged) by Friars Balsam, dam by Galopin. Ran third to Aid 

Patrick for the Derby and Sceptre for St. Leger of 1902. In 

November. 
Galbanum (4ys), b c by Gakishiels — Cascara: Killed in a steeplechase at 

Blackpool. September 15. 
Came 'Un puppy, by Postage Paid, a promising young greyhound belonging 

to Mr. R. N. Stollerig. In September. 
Garraskill (aged) b m by Realderg, dam by Delight. A fairly useful Irish 

'chaser. Destroyed. April 23. 
Go Back (5vs), br g by Flying Hackle — Lady Rosa. A promising Irish 

'chaser. March. 
Gold Brick (aged) b g by Garb Or — Missing Star. A smart 'chaser. Jan. 17. 
Harry Porter (aged) b or br g by Cannock Chase II — Modesty. Owned by 

Captain Forester. Killed while hunting with the Quorn. March 10. 
Hendersyde (aged) by Ayrshire — Dereen. A stallion standing at the 

Ballyviniter Stud, co. Cork. March. 
Ikeresfoot (2ys^, c by Missel Thrush — Breemounts Pride, the property of 

Mr. H. Langley and trained by P. Whitaker. June 16. 
Irish King (5vs), bl h by Desmond — Favora. A fairly useful performer, 

belonging to Mr. P. Nelke. Dropped dead while at exercise. May 23. 
Jigginstown (aged) b li by Hackler, dam by Kendal — Commission. An 

Irish stallion. His most notable victory on the turf was in the April 

Stakes at the Curragh. In August. 
Joachimsthal (3ys), b c by Radium — Sweet Marjorie. Killed at Thirsk. 

May 3. 
Kijabe (4ys) ; b f by Chaucer — Octoroon Girl. A promising hurdler. 

Dropped dead while exercising at Lambourn. September 29. 
Kiosque (aged) b or br g by Soliman — Queen Victoria. A fairly useful 

performer both on the fiat and over timber. Broke a leg in a hurdle race 

at Perth, and destroyed, September 26. 
Knight's Pearl (4ys) br f by Knight of Malta— Miliolite ; a fairly useful 

performer under Jockey Club rules. June. 
Limited Loo (4ys), ch g by Littleton — Limita. Broke its shoulder in a 

hurdle race at Leicester and destroyed. March. 
Logan Rock (aged) b g by Penzance — Sign Post. Winner of many races on 

the flat, over hurdles, and over fences. He ran over nearly every course 

in the country, but was never known to fall. January 7. 
Lord Dennis (aged), br g by Tredennis — Lady Dangan. Broke down in a 

hurdle race at Derby and destroyed. March. 
Lord Simon (aged), b g by Simon Fraser — My Lady. A useful steeplechaser 

belonging to Mr. F. A. Brown. Killed at Uttoxeter. October 23. 
Llandrindod (3ys), ch c by Llangibby — Gourd. In September. 
Maclan (aged) br h by Ian — Marcotint. At one time a useful sprinter. 

Destroyed. In November. 
Macnaoimh (aged), b h by Senanus — Slaun Lath. A fairly useful hurdler. 

Destroyed November b. 
Macsherry (6ys), ch g by Uncle Mac— Miss Cheriton. A useful performer 

under both codes of racing. The property of Mr. J. Long. Dropped 

dead at exercise. August 28. 
Malgre Tout (2ys) ; b c by Picton — Ronna. Dropped dead at exercise. 

September 24. 
Mavourneen's Ideal (aged\ b m by Sir Patrick or Noveau Riche — Acushla. 

A useful steeplechaser belonging to Sir G. Bullough. Broke a leg and 

destroyed. In October. 



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Marston (4ys) ch g by Martagon— Isleta. The property of the Duke ol 

Montrose. In September. 
Maximum II (aged), b c by Chalet — Urgence. A noted French sire, standing 

at the Malidor stud. His racing career was also brilliant, he winning 

numerous races on both side? of the Channel. He won the Ascot Gold Cup 

as well as several important Handicaps in 1903. June. 
-Medulla (2ys) ; b f by Meddler— Miss Ellie. A French filly, the property of 

Mr. C. Carroll. In September. 
Milton Ernest {aged) ch g by Chaleureux — Fairy Fortune. A useful hurdler. 

In September. 
Miner, The (aged) br g by Explorer — Diadem. A useful Irish steeplechaser, 

who competed in the Grand National. Broke neck at Punchestown. 

April 23. 
Miss Nipper (6ys), b m by Blair Hope — Totty Coram, Injured in a steeple- 
chase at Baldoyle and destroyed. February 4. 
Miss Primrose (aged) br m by Galopin — Orontes II. A brood mare belonging 

to Sir John Barker. February. 
Monot (6ys), ch by Lorlot — Monelle ; a French steeplechaser. Broke its 

back at Saint Quen. x\pril 29. 
Mordred (4js), bl or br c by Earla Mor — Rose of Jeddah. A fairly useful 

performer, the property of Mr. F. C. Stern. In October. 
Mount Prospect's Fortune (aged), b g by St. Gris — Lady Childers ; a winner 

of numerous races under National Hunt Rules, including Grand Military 

Gold Cup in 1908, and Grand International Steeplechase in 1911, at 

Sandown ; Liverpool Trial Steeplechase, and Scottish Grand National in 

1909. April. 
North-East (aged) by Perth — Nordenfeld. A stallion belonging to Mr. W. K. 

Vanderbilt, and winner of the Grand Prix de Paris in 1908. In August. 
Osbech (aged) g by Common — Alibech. The property of Lord Durham, 

and winner of many races, including the Great Yorkshire Stakes at 

Doncaster, and the Jockey Club Cup. In November. 
Paris (aged) b g by Grandmaster — Enore. Bred in Australia. A dual 

Caulfield Cup winner. When nine years old he won the Northamptonshire 

Stakes of £1,000, The Prince's Handicap of £1,000, at Gatwick, and 

Lewes Handicap of £1,200, under 9st. In September. 
Petropavlosk (aged), br g by Grand Duke — Mismanagement. A useful 

steeplechaser. Destroyed. February. 
Plagiarist (5ys), ch g by Santoi — Kendal Green. The property of Mr. J.G. 

Hartigan. Killed at exercise in Ireland. April 2. 
Queensferry (6ys), b g by Queen's Birthday — Silene. A useful performer 

under N.H. Rules. Broke a leg and destroyed. August 28. 
Red Prince II (aged) by Kendal — Empress. A noted stallion, and the sire 

of many famous jumpers in Germany. June. 
Red Sky (6ys) ; b g by Fine Weather — Ina. A useful hurdler. Fell and 

broke its neck. September 22. 
Rare Coin (4ys), b f by Avington — Groat. Broke a leg in a hurdle race and 

destroyed. February 6. 
Reichmark colt, a promising yearling by Matchmaker, the property of Lord 

Villiers, September 16. 
Rejected IV., The (aged), b g by Toussaint — Lady Hermit. A smart steeple- 
chaser, owned by Mr. Eric Piatt, and a competitor in the Grand National. 

Won National Hunt Steeplechase at Cheltenham. Broke its back at 

Blackpool. April 28. 
Rlioda B (aged), by Hanover — Margerine. A famous brood mare, the 

property of Mr. R. Croker. Amongst her progeny were Orby, winner of 

the Derby in 1907, Rhodora winner of the One Thousand Guineas, Jennico, 

Alabama and Clonbern. March 1. 
Ridley (aged) g believed to be by Victorious — St. Catherine. A fairly useful 

steeplechaser. Dropped dead while at exercise. March 10. 
Roeness (6ys), br g by Fowling-piece — Sweetwater. Broke down and 

destroyed. Anril. 
Saratoga (3ys), br f Mackintosh — Silent Water. The property of Mr. J. G. 

Wilson, and trained by Pirie at Wantage. In August. 
Seaton Delaval (aged), c h by Melton Rosedale. A successful stallion, 

standing at the time of death at Motiti Island , Australia. January, 



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350 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Selectman (aged) ch by Voter — Pink Domino. A useful performer under 

both codes of racing. Broke a leg in a steeplechase at Uttoxeter and 

destroyed. March 21. 
Shoreham (2ys), ch g by Lally — Shore Nymph. In August. 
Silver Streak (aged) by Soliman — Bimetallism ; a stallion and full brother 

to Succory and Chicory. July 9. 
Sir Oracle (6ys\ b h by Sir Visto — Oriole ; the property of Mr. Tom Camion* 

and a useful performer under both codes of racing. Broke a leg at 

Birmingham and destroyed. November 10. 
Slow Leopard (aged) ch g by Lord Edward II. — Snow Bunting. Broke a 

leg in a hurdle race. May 12. 
Sprinkle Me (aged) b g by Rapallo, dam by Hackler. A smart steeplechaser, 

and winner of the Grand Military Gold Cup at Sandown in 1909-10. 

Property of Capt. Christie-Miller. In September. 
Temnos (6ys), ch by Bill of Portland — Nemesis. Broke down badly and 

was destroyed. February 15. 
Thermometer (aged) b or br g by Kirkham — Fever Heat. A performer 

under National Hunt rules. January. 
Tokay (aged), blk or br g by Santoi — Sweet Muscat. A useful steeplechaser. 

Broke a shoulder at Sandown and destroyed. April 26. 
Tropical (3ys), bl f by Succoth — Sunburst. Dropped dead whilst exercising 

at Middleham. July 14. 
Tynefield (aged), br g by Donovan — Tyne Lily ; a fairly useful steeple- 
chaser. Destroyed. May. 
Vinegar Hill (aged) b or br g by St. Aidan — Blitzen. A smart steeplechaser 

and winner of the Grand Military Gold Cup at Sandown in 1911. 

Destroyed. February. 
Wardstown (aged) ch g by Winkfield — Lady Cecilia ; a most consistent- 
performer under National Hunt rules, and a very safe jumper. May 3. 
White Man (2ys), b c by White Eagle — Colonia ; a promising youngster 

belonging to Mr. W. Hall-Walker. May 28. 
Wolf's Crag (aged) br c by Barcaldine — Lucy Ashton. A noted stallion, 

among those he sired being Linacre, Catty Crag, Dumbarton Castle, 

Bellivor Tor, Cinderello, and Dalnacrag. April. 



AMERICAN TRACK AND PATH RECORDS^ 

Made in 1913, and passed by the American Athletic Union. 

[Received after Athletics in earlier portion had gone to press.] 

Running. 

70 Yards (Indoor) TVssec. ; H. P. Drew, Springfield H.S., at Bradlrarst 

Field Club Games, held December 7. 1912, New York City. 
65 Yards (Indoor) 7sec. ; H. P. Drew, Springfield H.S., at Fordham 

University Games, New York City, January 25, 1913. 
75 Yards (Indoor) 7 3 /ssec. ; H. P. Drew, Springfield H.S., at National 

A.A.U., Indoor Championships, New York City, March 6, 1913. 
220 Yards (Outdoor) 2iy5sec. ; D. F. Lippincott, at Intercollegiate 

Championships, Cambridge, Mass., May 31, 1913. 
410 Yards (Indoor) 49 3 /53ec. ; T. J. Halpin, Boston A..*.., at 71th Infantry 

A.A. Games, Buffalo, N.Y , March 15, 1913. 
600 Yards (Indoor) 1mm. 13%sec. ; J. E. Meredith, Universitv of 

Pennsylvania, at Lougblin Lyceum Games, held April 11, 1913, Brooklvn. 
1,320 Yards (Indoor) 3min., 7sec. ; J. P. Driscoll, Buffalo, at 71th Infantry 

A.A., Games Buffalo, N.Y., March 15, 1913. 
1 mile (Indoor) 4min. lessee. ; A. R. Kiviat, Irish American A.C., at 

Columbia University Games, New York City, February 15, 1913. 
1 Mile (Outdoor). — 4min. 14 2 /5sec. ; J. P. Jones, Cornell University, at 

Intercollegiate Championships, Cambridge, Mass., May 31, 1913. 
2i Miles (Indoor). — lOrnin. 42Vssec. ; H. Kolelunainen, Irish American A.C., 

at New York A.C. Games, February 12, 1713. 
21 Miles (Outdoor). — lOmin. 45sec; H. Kolehmainen, Irish American 

A.C, at Eccentric Firemen's Games, Celtic Park, L.I., August 17, 1903 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 351 

21 Miles (Outdoor) llmin. 59%sec. ; H. Kolehmaiuen, Irish American A.C. 
at Eccentric Firemen's Games. Celtic Park, L.I., August 17, 1913. 

22 Miles (Outdoor). — 13min. 14sec. ; H. Kolelimainen, Irish American A.C, 
at Eccentric Firemen's Games, Celtic Park, L.I., August 17,- 1913. 

3 Miles (Outdoor). — 14 min. 22 3 ssec. ; H. Kolehmainen, Irish American 
A.C, at Eccentric Firemen's C4ames, Celtic Park, L.I., August 17, 1913. 

3 Miles (Indoor). — 14min. lSVosec. : H. Kolehmainen, Irish American A.C, 
at Fifth Co., 13th Regiment Games, Brooklyn, N.Y., February 12, 1913. 

5 Miles (Indoor). — 24mm. 29 Usee. ; H. Kolehmainen, at New York A.C. 
Games, February 12, 1913. 

Other Records by H. Kolehmainen, 

At the 10 Mile (Outdoor) A.A.TJ. Championship, New York, Nov, 1, 1913. 

M. S. I M. P. 

4 Miles 20 2 8 40 48 4 5 

5 „ 25 8 I 9 ., 40 

30 20 2 /s ! 10 „ 51 3 2 i 

7 „ 35 35% I 

At 74th (Indoor) Infantry A.A. Games, Buffalo, N.Y., February 1, 1913. 



9 46 — 3 5 

10 „ .....51 6-5 



6 Miles 30 24 

7 35 362 3 

8 ,. 40 47*5 

Hurdle Rating Records. 
120 Yards (Outdoor).— (3ft, 6in. high), lSVssec. ; F. W. Kelly, University 

of Southern California, at Bovard Field, Los Angeles, March 22, 1 913. 
100 Yards (Outdoor).— 8 hurdles, 3ft, 6in. high, 13Vfcsec. ; E. M. Pritchard, 

I.A.A.C, at New York, A.C. Games, Travers Island, N.Y., Sept, 28,1913. 

Standing High Jump. 
(Indoor) 5ft, 4lin. — Piatt Adams, New York A.C, at Fordham University 

Games, New York City, January 25, 1913. 
(Outdoor) 5ft. 5|in. — Leo Geohring, Mohawk A.C, at New York, A.C 

Games, Travers Island, N.Y., June 14, 1913. 

Sack Race Record. 
10 Yards (Indoor). — 15sec. ; Irving Picard, Irish American A.C. at Military 
A.L. Championships, New York City, April 12, 1913. 

Throwing the Javelin. 
169ft. 101-in. — Bruno Brodd, Irish American A.C, at New York, A.C Games 
at Travers Island, N.Y., June 14, 1913. 

Putting the Shot. 
181b. shot (Indoor). — 45ft. 5|in. ; Ralph Rose, Olympic Club, at San 

Francisco, Cal., February 21, 1913. 
24lb. Shot (Indoor) 39ft, 3-iin. ; P. J. McDonald, Irish Ameiican A.C, at 

Indoor A.A.U. Championships, N.Y.C, March 6, 1913. 

Throwing the Weights. 
35lb. weight for height, 21ft, ; P. Ryan, Irish American A.C, at Battery D. 

Games, Bronx, N.Y.C, April 12, 1913. 
351b. weight for distance 57ft, fin. ; P. Ryan, Irish American A.C Games-, 

Celtic Park, L.I., September 1, 1913. 
561b. weight for height, 16ft, 9iin. ; P. Donovan, Pastime A.C, at Knights 

of Red Branch Games, Oakland, Cal., June 1, 1913. 
421b. stone, 28ft. lljin. ; P. Ryan, Irish American A.C, at Irish American 

A.C Games, Celtic Park, L.I., September 1, 1913. 

Throwing the Hammer. 
12lb. hammer (7ft, circle), 213ft, 9£in. ; P. Ryan, Irish American A.C, at 

Irish American A.C Games, Celtic Park, L.I., October 19, 1913. 
161b. hammer (7ft, circle), 189ft, 2in. ; F. Ryan, Irish American A.C, at 

Eccentric Firemen's Games, Celtic Park, L.I., August 17, 1913. 
161b. hammer (9ft, circle), 189ft. 3in. ; P. Ryan, Irish American A.C.*, at 

Irish American A.C Games. Celtic Park. L.I.. September 1. 1913. 



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Knight, Lieut-Col. G. C. ; Loyal North Lancashire Regt. Big game hunter, 

ardent supporter of army boxing and a keen follower of the hunt. 
Lambton, Hon. Francis ; Lieutenant in the Royal Horse Guards, and 

youngest brother of the Earl of Durham. Very keen on horse racing, he 

managed Sir Ernest Cassel's team at Moulton Paddocks, Newmarket, for 

some years, later taking over Fitzroy House, Newmarket, with horses 

belonging to Prince Kinsky, Lord Sefton, Lord Coventry, and others. 

October 31. 
Lane, Gaston ; ex-Captain of the French National Rugby Team. 
Lawson-Smith, Lieut. T. E. ; 13th Hussars. Was in the Harrow Cricket 

eleven of 1908. In November. 
Leatham, Capt. E. H. ; a well-known gentleman rider. Won a number of 

point-to-point races and was occasionally seen at other meetings. Oct. 31. 
Legard, Capt. Bruce ; Royal West Kent Regt. -A keen sportsman and 

regular follower of the Blankney Hounds. 
Lloyd, Lieut. M. K, A, ; Grenadier Guards. A prominent member of the 

Carmarthenshire Hunt. 
Lockwood, Second-Lieut. Richard William Park ; 2nd Batt. Coldstream 

Guards. September 17. 
Lumsden, Capt. G. B. ; Gordon Highlanders. A keen lover of cricket. 
MacNeill, Lieut. W. ; 16th Lancers. A keen steeplechase rider, v/ho several 

times rode his horse, Foolhardy, in the Grand National. 
Maitland, Capt. Wm. Alan Fuller ; Coldstream Guards. Weil-known in 

the cricket and hunting field, and a fearless cross-country rider. 
Martin-Smith, 2nd Lieut. Julian ; Intelligence Corps. One of the first 

civilians to volunteer for active service. Fine racquets and golf player. 
Medlau, Wm. ; an enthusiastic footballer of the Winsford (Cheshire) Club. 
Morris, Lieut. A. G. ; K.O.R.L.R. Well-known follower of the Atherdone 

Hounds. 
Murray, Capt. F. W. Stapleton ; 12th Lancers. A fine polo player and a keen 

fox-hunter, being a well-known figure with the Pytchley, Grafton and 

Warwickshire Hounds. Oct 30. 
Mulholland, Capt. the Hon. A. R. S. ; Irish Guards. Was in the Eton 

cricket team of 1901, and later became an enthusiastic golfer. 
Nesbitt, Capt. A. S. ; 3rd Batt. Worcestershire Regt. Enthusiastic hunting 

man and a good cricketer, playing for the Gentlemen of Worcestershire. 

Nov. 7. 
Nolan, Lieut. R. D. ; Black Watch. A tennis player of more than average 

ability. 
Parke, Lieut. W. E ; Durham Light Infantry. Captain of the Winchester 

cricket team of 1909, and later a prolific scorer for the Army and 

Dorsetshire. 
Parker, Capt. ; 1st Northamptonshire Regt. A devoted follower of the 

Pytchley Hounds. 
Parrington, G. B. ; Northumberland Hussars. A well-known Sunderland 

cricketer. 
Pillean, Ma,pr H. C, D.S.O. ; Queen's. An ardent lawn tennis player. 
Pollock-Hodsoll, Capt. G. B. A very well-known member of the Casuals 

and Corinthian football teams. November 19. 
Prince, Sergt. H. M. ; R.A.M.C. Well-known Army football player and 

athlete. Played in the English amateur team at Stockholm, and while 

on the running track he was the half-mile and mile champion of 

Hampshire. 
Pringle, Lieut. R. S. : Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. Was in the 

Winchester eleven of 1903. 
Railston, Lieut. S. J. W. ; 18th King George's Own Lancers. A fine boxer 

in India, well-known in the polo field, and a hunter of big game. Oct. 31. 
Read, Lieut. A. B. ; Somerset Light Infantry. Army Rugby forward and 

a stalwart of the Richmond pack. 
Reynolds, Capt. ; Royal Irish Rifles. A well-known figure in Irish cricket 

circles. 
Robertson, Capt. Lewis ; 1st Batt. Cameron Highlanders. First played 

for Scotland at Rugby in 1908, and in all represented bis country nine 

times. November 4. 
Rose, Capt. Sir Frank ; 10th Hussars. Son of the late Sir Charles Day 
, Rose, M.P. for Newmarket. 



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Round, Lieut. A. F. H. ; Essex Regiment. A good player at cricket, gohV 

and Association football, and a cross-country runner of repute. 
Sewell, Lieut. ; Royal West Kent Regt. A fine athlete, cricketer, a 1 

footballer for Wellingborough Grammar School. 
Shields, Lieut. Hugh John Sladen ; R.A.M.C. A noted oarsman who ' 

gained his blue at Oxford in 1910. 
Sills, Lieut. Charles Caldwell; South Wales Borderers. Captain of the 

Oakham cricket eleven and was a member of the M.C.C. 
Simson, Lieut. R. F. ; Royal Field Artillery. Won the Scottish 100 yards, 

120 yards handicap, quarter-mile hurdles, high jump, and loner jump in 

1909, and gained further athletic honours when he went to Woolwich. 

Later he played many fine games for the London Scottish, and was 

capped against England in 1911. 
Smith, Lieut. B. R. Winthrop ; Scots Guards. Rowed for Cambridge in 

the 'Varsity race of 1905. November 15. 
Smith, Lieut. Michael ; Manchester Regt. A fine athlete and a more than 

useful Northants cricketer. 
Sneath, Lieut. C. D. ; Middlesex Regt. Well-known Middlesex hockey | 

player. 
Springfield, Capt. G. P.; 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). A good I 

sportsman, owner of a number of racehorses, and a successful gentleman I 

jockey in England and Ireland. 
Stephen, Capt. Bertie ; Scots Guards. A popular follower of the Mr. :- 

Fernie's Hounds. 
Sweet-Escott, Lieut. H. R. ; 3rd Batt. King's Liverpool Regt. A member 

of the famous athletic family of Sweet-Escotts, all of whom represented 

Glamorgan at cricket. 
Swetenham, Major F. ; 2nd Dragoon Guards. A regular follower of t\ 

York and Ainsty, Bramham Moor, and other Yorkshire packs. 
Thompson, Lieut. J. H. L. ; Duke of Wellington's Regt. Played in t 

2nd West Riding Regt. that won the Army Rugby Cup in 1914. 
Vaughan-Sawyer, Capt. G. H. ; 34th Sikh Pioneers. Gained distinction 

as a boxer at Sandhurst ; was an accomplished gymnast and skilful v. 1Ui 

the foils. November 3. 
Walcott, Lt. J. H. L. ; 2nd Batt. 2nd Gurkhas. A useful cricketer when 

at Christ Church, and later at Sandhurst. November 2. 
Wallis, Capt. Digby ; Grenadier Guards. A well-known follower ( ; :* the 

Woodland Pytchley. 
Watson, Surgeon J. H. D. ; H.M.S. HawJce. A fine athlete, also played 

Rugby for England against Wales in 1914._ As a boxer he won the 

middle-weight championship of Edinburgh University in 1911 ; and in 

1913 he won his Scotch athletic cap. 
Welby, Lieut. R. W. G. ; Grenadier Guards. A well-known and popular 

Grantham sportsman. Especially keen on cricket and he was captain 

of the town club, and was also a follower of the Belvoir Hunt. 

September 16. 
Welchman, Lieut. E. L. ; Lincolnshire Regt. A fine boxer who won 

light-weight honours in the Army. 
Wilson, Colonel Gordon Chesney ; Royal Horse Guards. A good all-round 

athlete with a fine record at Eton. Owned Father O'Flynn when that 

horse won the Grand National in 1892. November 6. 
Wilson, Capt. C. E. ; 2nd Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. A fine Rugby 

forward who assisted Blackheath in 1908. 
Williamson, Second Lieut. A. J. N. ; Seaforth Highlanders. Was at High- 
gate and Pembroke College, Cambridge. Athletic blue, who ran three 

times against Oxford in the 1 mile in 1903 and following years. 
Wroughton, Lieut. W. C. ; 12th Lancers. A promising cricketer and ? 

dashing follower of the Pytchley Hounds. 
Wyndham, Hon. W. R. ; a sportsman of the best type. Had a half share 

with Colonel Kirkwood in that great horse The White Knight, which twice 

won the Ascot Gold Cup. He also owned a useful mare in Maya,. who won 

the Newbury Autumn Cup. 
Wyndham, Lieut. Percy ; Coldstream Guards. A clever horseman, fine 

polo player, and was well known in the Cheshire hunting field. 
Yalland, Lieut. W. S. ; Gloucester Regt. A fast and daring Rugby Union 

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Aeronautics. — Royal Aero Club of the U.K. : Mr. Harold E. Perrin, 
166, Piccadilly, London, W. 

Angling. — British Amateur Fly and Bait-casting Club : Mr. Leonard 

Crossle, 28, North Side, Wandsworth Common, London, S.W. 
Central Association of Anglers' Clubs : The Secretary, Cripplegate, 

London, E.C. 
Athletics. — Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. P. L. Fisher, 10, 

John Street, Adelphi, London, W.C. 
Amateur Fields Events Association : F. A. M. Webster, St. Mary's 

Chambers, 161a, Strand, London, W.C. 
Field Sports and Game Guild : Mr. Nicholas Everitt, 32, Prince of 

Wales Road, Norwich. 
Irish Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. H. M. Finlay, Wynn's Hotel, 

Lower Abbey Street, Dublin. 
Midland Counties Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. W. E. Rider, 

King's Court, 115, Colmore Row, Birmingham. 
Northern Counties Athletic Association : W. Wilkinson, 77, Lever 

Street, Manchester. 
Scottish Amateur Athletic Association : Mr. D. S. Duncan, 80, 

Comiston Drive, Edinburgh. 

Billiards. — Billiard Association of Great Britain and Ireland : Mr. A. 
Stanley Thorn, 18, Buckingham Street, Strand, London, W.C. 
Billiards Control Club: Mr. G. H. Nelson, Gt, Windmill House, 
Piccadilly Circus, London, W. 

Bowling. — Bowling Association (Lancashire) : Mr. C. Smith, 28, Acres- 
field Road, Pendleton, Manchester. 

Bowling Association (Yorkshire) : Mr. L. Littlewood, 5, Fitzwilliam 

Street East, Huddersfield. 
Bowling (British Crown Green Amateur Association) : Mr. C. Smith, 

28, Acresfield Road, Pendleton, Manchester. 

Boxing. — Amateur Boxing Association : Mr. E. T. Calver, 4-5, High 
Street, Aldgate. London, E.C. 
Irish Amateur Boxing Association : T. Britton, Esq., 13, Sarsfleld 
Quay, Dublin. 

County Polo Association : A. B. Charlton, 12, Hanover Square, 
London, W. 

Coaching. — Coaching Club.: To be yet elected. 
Four-in-Hand Club : To be yet elected. 

Coursing. — National Coursing Club : M. W. F. Lamonby, The Place, 
Great Bardfield, Essex. 

Cricket. — Marylebone Club (M.C.C.) : Mr. F. E. Lacey, Lord's Ground, 
London, N.W. 

Cross-country Running : 

Ireland : E. J. Rooney, 43, Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin. 
Midland Association : Mr. J. Taylor, 34, Paradise Street, Rugby. 
National Union : Mr. C. Otway, 131, Denmark Hill, S.E. 
Northern Association : Mr. B. S. Hayward, 74, St. James Street, 

Oxford Street, Manchester. 
Southern Association : Mr. C. Otway, 131, Denmark Hill, S.E. 
Scottish Association : Mr c W. Roxburgh, Prospect House, Gothwell, 

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Cycling and Cyclists. — Auto-cycle Union : Mr. F. Straight, Royal 
Automobile Club, Pall Mall, London, W. 

Cyclists' Touring Club : Mr. W. S. Burke, 280, Euston Road r N.W. 

Irish Cyclists' Association : G. J. Sweeney, 153, Pvathmines Road. 
Dublin. 

National Cyclists' Union : Mr. S. R. Noble, 27, Chancery Lane, E.C. 

Road Records' Association : Mr. G. N Stancer, " Cycling/' Rosebery 
Avenue, London, E.C. 

Eastern Counties Road Records' Association : Mr. J. Saunders, 53, 

New City Road, Plaiston, London, E. 
Midland Road Records' Association : Mr. W. H. Henman, ■" Cofton," 

Billesley Lane, Mcseley, Birmingham. 
Northern Road Records' Association : Mr. E. Buckley, 8, Maple 

Avenue, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire. 
Scotland Road Records' Association : Mr. S. R. Nelson, 325, North 

Woodside Road, Glasgow. 
Southern Road Records' Association : Mr. J. Dudley Daymond, 1, 

Edward Street, Vincent Square, S.W. 
Scottish Cyclists' Union : Not yet elected. 
Union Cycliste Internationale : M. Paul Rousseau, 6, Boulevard des 

Italiano, Paris. 

Fencing. — Fencing Association : Mr. R. Montgomerie, 21, Old Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, Londo.i, W.C. 

Football. — 
Football Association : Mr. F. J. Wall, 42, Russell Square, London, W.C. 
Irish Football Association : Mr. J. Ferguson, 18, Wellington Place, 

Belfast. 
Scottish Football Association : Mr. J. K. McDowall, Carlton Place, 

Glasgow. 
Welsh Association : Mr. R. Robbins, 3, High Street, Wrexham. 
Northern Union : Mr. J. Piatt, 9, Queen Street, Oldham. 
Rugby Union : Mr. C. J. B. Marriott, R.U. Ground, Twickenham, 

London. 
Irish Union : Mr. C. F. Ruxton, 17, Westmoreland Street, Dublin. 
Scottish Union : Mr. A. D. Flett, 11, Duke Street, Edinburgh. 
Welsh Union : Mr. W. E. Rees, Norwood, Neath, Glamorganshire. 
International Board : Mr. R. G. Warron, 9, Eustace Street, Dublin. 

Golf. — Ladies' Golf Union : Miss Issette Pearson, 3, Regent Place, 
London, W. 
Royal and Ancient Golf Club : Mr. C. S. Grace, St. Andrew's, N.B. 

Gymnastics. — Amateur Gymnastic Association : Mr. Chas. J. West, 
Hopeville, 55, Lebanon Road, East Croydon. 

Hockey. — Hockey Association : (England) J. A. Lovell, 2, Snow Hill, 
London, E.C. 
Scotland : Mr. S. S. Milne, 134, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 
Ireland : Mr. C. Waugh, 29, South Circular Road, Kilmainham, Dublin. 
Wales : Mr. J. R. Williams, Watts, Watts & Co., Cardiff. 

Lacrosse. — English Lacrosse Union : Mr. F. B. O. Hawes, 18, Park 
Mansions, Vauxhall Park, London, S.W. 

Lawn Tennis : Lawn Tennis Association : Mr. B Sabelli, 49. Queen 
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10 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

Motoring. — Automobile Association : Stenson Cooke, Fanum House, 

Whiteomb Street, Coventry Street, London, S.W. 
Brooklands Automobile Racing Club : Kenneth L. Skinner, Carlton 

House, Regent Street, London, S.W. 
Roads Improvement Association : Mr, Wallace E. Riche, 15, Dartmouth 

Street, London, W. 
Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders : Mr. J. F. Woodfine, 

Maxwell House, Arundel Street, London. 
Motor Yacht Club : The " Enchantress," Burlesdon. 
Auto Cycle Union : J. W. Loughborough, R.A.C., 83, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Royal Automobile Club : J. W. Orde, Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

Olympic Games.— British Olympic Association : Captain Blair, 108, 
Victoria Street, London, S.W. 
Sixth Olympiad. — German Olympic Committee. 

Pigeon Shooting. — The Gun Club : The Secretary, Perivale, near Ealing, 
W. 

Racing. — The Jockey Club : Messrs. Weatherby, 15, Cavendish Square, 
London, W. 

Rifle Shooting. — National Rifle Association : Lieut. -Col. C. R. Crosse, 
M.V.O., Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Surrey. 

Road-Walking Association. — Mr. 0. V. A. Temple, Hexham House, 
Northumberland Park, Tottenham, London. 

Skating.' — National Skating Association : Col. Cobbett, Hamilton 
House, Bishopsgate, London, E. C. 

Sei-ing.— National Ski Union : Mr. H. Archer Thomson, 3, King's Bench 
Walk, Temple, London. 

Skittles. — Amateur Skittle Association : W. Clifford, " Woodlands," 54, 
Langharn Road, Tottenham, London, N. 

Swimming.— Amateur Swimming Association : T. M. Yeadon, East Clere, 

Whitburn, near Sunderland. 
Scottish Amateur Swimming Association : J; B. Reid, 25, Kennedy 

Drive, Partick, Glasgow. 
Irish Amateur Swimming Association : G. H. Leitch, 108, Limestone 

Road, Belfast. 
Welsh Amateur Swimming Association : A. W. Matthews, 23, Church 

Avenue, Penarth. 
International Swimming Board : J. T. Brown, 133, Watt Street, South 

Side, Glasgow. 
International Swimming Federation : G. W. Heam, Tudor House, 

Eltham Road, Lee, Kent. 

Vvrestling. — Amateur Wrestling Association : Mr. Percy Longhurst, 
Gairloch, Wallington, Surrey. 



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The Sporting Chronicle 



Daily One Penny. Double Number each Saturday. 




S. DONOGHUE, the Leading Jockey of the Year. 



J 




JIMMY WILDE. 

' The Tylorstown Terror." 



G. CARPENTIER. 

The European Heavyweight Champion. 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. it 

DATES OF PRINCIPAL RACES IN 1915. 



Batthyany Plate (5 furlongs) Tuesday, March 23 

Brocklesby Stakes (4 furlongs 50 yards) Tuesday, March 23 

Lincolnshire Handicap (1 mile) Wednesday, March 24 

Liverpool Spring Cup (1 mile 3 furlongs) Thursday, March 25 

Union Jack Stakes (Liverpool) (1 mile) Thursday, March 25 

Liverpool Grand National, (4 miles 856 yards) . Friday, March 26 

Queen's Prize (Kempton) (1* miles) Monday, April 5 

Lancashire Steeplechase (Manchester) (3£ miles). Monday, April 5 
Column Produce Stakes (Newmarket) (1 mile) . . Thursday, April 14 

Great Metropolitan Stakes (Epsom) (2i miles) . Tuesday, April 20 

City and Suburban (Epsom) (1£ miles) Wednesday, April 21 

Grand International Steeplechase (Sandown) (3£m) Saturday, April 25 

Two Thousand Guineas (1 mile) Wednesday, April 28 

One Thousand Guineas (1 mile) Friday, April 30 

Chester Cup (2i miles) Wednesday, May 5 

Kempton Park Jubilee Handicap (1 mile 2 fur) Saturday, May 8 

Newmarket Stakes (li miles) . . . . Wednesday, May 12 

Alexandra Handicap (Gatwick) (6 furlongs) Friday, May 14 

Manchester Cup (H miles) Friday, May 28 

The Derby (about H miles) Wednesday, June 2 

The Oaks (about 11 miles) Friday, June 4 

Ascot Stakes (2 miles) Tuesday, June 15 

Prince of Wales' Stakes (Ascot) (1 mile 5 furlongs). Tuesday, June 15 

Eoyal Hunt Cup (Ascot) (7 furlongs 166 yards) . Wednesday, June 16 

Gold Cup (Ascot) (2 V miles) Thursday, June 17 

New Stakes (Ascot) (5 furlongs 144 yards) Thursday, June 17 

Hardwicke Stakes (Ascot) (li miles) Friday, June 18 

Northumberland Plate (2 miles) Wednesday, June 23 

July Stakes (Newmarket) (5 furlongs 140 yards) Tuesday, June 29 

Princess of Wales' Stakes (Newmarket) Hi miles) . Thursday, July 1 

Great Foal Plate (Lingfleld) (5 furlongs) Saturday, July 10 

Eclipse Stakes (Sandown) (li miles) Friday, July 16 

Liverpool Cup (1 mile 3 furlongs) Friday, July 23 

Stewards' Cup (Goodwood) (6 furlongs) Tuesday, July 27 

Goodwood Plate (2 miles) : Wednesday, July 28 

Goodwood Cup {2k miles) Thursday, July 29 

Ebor Handicap (York) (If miles) Wednesday, Aug. 25 

Prince Edward Handicap (Manchester) (2 miles). Saturday, Sept. 4 

Great Yorkshire Handicap (1 mile 6fur 132yds).. Tuesday, Sept. 7 

Champagne Stakes (Doncaster) (5fur 152yds) . . . Tuesday, September 7 

St. Leger Stakes (1 mile 6 furlongs 132 yards) . . Wednesday, Sept. 8 

Doncaster Cup (about 2 miles) Friday, Sept. 10 

Jockey Club Stakes (Newmarket) (1! miles) ... Thursday, Sept. 30 

Imperial Produce Plate (Kempton) (6 furlongs) . Friday, Oct. 8 

Duke of York Stakes (Kempton) (1 mile 2 furlongs) Saturday, Oct. 9 

Cesarewitch Stakes (2 miles 2 furlongs) Wednesday, Oct. 13 

Middle Park Plate (6 furlongs) Friday, Oct. 15 

Cambridgeshire Stakes (1 mile 1 furlong) Wednesday, Oct. 27 

Dewhurst Plate (7 furlongs) Thursday, Oct. 28 

Liverpool Autumn Cup (1 mile 3 furlongs) .... Friday, Nov. 12 

Derby Cup (1 mile 6 furlongs) Thursday, Nov. 18 

Manchester November Handicap (li miles) .... Saturday. Nov. 27 



12 THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

WINNERS OF THE PRINCIPAL RACES. 



LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP (Lincoln). 

Instituted 1853. 
Year Winner. ys st lb Jockey. R 

1860 Mr Lincoln's Vigo 4 7 6. .Fordham 13 

1861 Mr Murland's Benbow 5 7 6..T Chaloner . . 17 

1862 Ct Batthyany's Suburban 5 7 9. .A Edwards .20 

1863 Ld Westmorland's Manrico . . 4 6 12. .S Adams 17 

1864 Ct Lagrange's Benjamin 5 6 13. .Hunter ll 

1865 Mr Osborne's Gaily 5 7 4. .Carroll 24 

1866 Mr Kirby's Treasure Trove 3 5 7 . .Barker 27 



1867 Ct Batthyany's Vandervelde. . 6 6 13.. H Covey. 



1868 Sir C Legard's Indigestion 6 7 



.Maidment 



Mr J Boynton's Sycee 5 6 13 . . Cameron 



.19 
.23 
.24 



1870 Ld Rendlesham's Royal Bake. 4 7 8.. Maidment. 

1871 Mr Winchester's Vulcan a 6 8..G Jarvis. 

1872 Mr Chaplin's Guy Dayrell 5 7 13. .Maidment 

1873 Mr Hope's Vestminster a 

1874 Mr F Swindell's Tomahawk ... 3 

1875 Mr Turner's The Gunner ..... 4 

1876 Ld Rosebery's Controversy ... 5 

1877 Lord Wilton's Footstep 4 

1878 Mr R Peck's Kaleidoscope .... 5 

1879 Lord Rosebery's Touchet 5 

1880 Mr H RymiU's Rosy Cross 6 . 

1881 Mr Crawfurd's Buchanan 4 6 10. .Gallon 36 

1882 Ct F de Lagrange's Poulet . . 5 8 7. .J Goater 25 

1883 Mr Dav s's Knight of Burghley 

1884 Mr J W Smith's Tonans ...... 

1885 Mr H T Barclay's Bendigo. . 



1 . . Maidment . . 21 
6 4. .F Archer . ..35 

6 0..Rossiter ....32 

7 7.. Constable ...30 
7 2.. Hopkins 32 

7 12.. Glover 27 

8 4.. Constable. ..27 
7 13. .Mordan 25 



7 8.. C Wood 

8 4.. C Wood 29 

8 5..Snowden 21 



Mr R C Naylor 's Fulmen ..... 6 7 13 . . J Woodburn . 23 



1887 Mr Manton's Oberon 4 7 8. .E Martin. 

1888 Mr W J Leigh's Veracity 4 6 10. .Chandley 



.20 
.25 



7 8..TLoates 26 

8 lL.Rickaby ....19 



7. .Bradford 
8 7..T Loates. 
7 12.. G Brown. 



1889 Sir R Jardine's Wise Man 

1890 Mr J O'Neill's Rejected 

1891 Prince Soltykoff's Lord George 5 8 0. .J Woodburn 21 

1892 Mr B Maple's Clarence 3 6 8..Allsopp 25 

1893 Mr Smith's Wolf's Crag. ..... 3 " 

1894 Baron Rothschild's Le Nicham 4 

1895 Mr Duncan's Euclid 6 . 

1896 Mr A F Basset's Clorane 5 9 4. .M Cannon. 

1897 Mr Sullivan's Winkfield's Pride 4 8 9. .M Cannon 

1898 Mr Clarke's Prince Barcaldine 

1899 Capt Bewicke's General Peace 

1900 Mr H Barnato's Sir Geoffrey 

1901 Capt F. C. Bald's Little Eva. 

1902 Col M'Calmont's St Maclou. 

1903 Mr E C Irish's Over Norton. 

1904 Capt Forester's Uninsured. 

1905 Mr F Luscombe's Sansovino 

1906 M Ephrussi's Ob 

1507 M Ephrussi's Ob 

1508 Mr F S Barnard's Kaffir Chief 6 

1909 MrAC Mandaras'Duke ofSparta 5 

1910 Mr E F Schiff 's Cinderello 5 

1911 Mi C Hibbert's Mercutio 6 

1912 Mr S Joel's Long Set 5 8 2. .W Higgs 17 

1913 *Mr A E Barton's Berrilldon. . 4 7 4. .H Bobbins. .22 
1914 Mr. P. Nelke's Outram 5 7 1..R Stokes 2: 

* Cuthbert finished first but was disqualified for bumping 
and boring. 
Previous to 1865 the course was one mile and a half. 



.20 
19 
15 
18 
. .18 
7 5. .N Robinson. 14 

7 5.. O Madden. ..26 

8 6. .M Cannon. ..25 
7 5.. O Madden. ..28 
7 12.. G M'Call....23 
7 6..0 Madden ..20 
7 10.. B Dillon.... 23 

7 6..Wm. Griggs. 18 

8 0. .Bellhouse . ..24 

8 10..GStern 24 

7 11.. Martin .....20 

6 11.. Howard 23 

7 2.. J Plant 27 

8 4.. C Trigg 32 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



13 



Year. Winner. ys 

1854 Bourton a 

1855 Wanderer a 

1856 Freetrader .... a 

1857 Emigrant a 

1858 Little Charley . . a 

1859 Half-caste 6 

1860 Anatis a 

1861 Jealousy a 

1862§Huntsman a 

1863 Emblem a 



1864 Emblematic 

1865 Alcibiade b 

1866 Salamander ... a 

1867 Cortolvin a 

1868 The Lamb 6 

I860 The Colonel 6 

1870 The Colonel a 

1871 The Lamb a 

1872 Casse Tete a 

1873 Disturbance ... 6 

1874 Reugny 6 

1875 Pathfinder a 

1876 Regal 5 

1877 Austerlitz 5 

1878 Shifnal a 

1879 Liberator a 

1880 Empress 5 

1881 Woodbrook a 

1882 Seaman 6 

1883 Zoedone 6 

1884 Voluptuary 6 

1885 Roquefort 6 

1886 Old Joe a 

1887 Gamecock ..... a 

1888 Playfair a 

1889 Frigate a 

1890 Ilex 6 

1891 Come Away a 

1892 Father 3 Flynn. a 

1893 Cloister a 

1894 Why Not a 

1895 Wild Man from 

Borneo .... a 

1896 TheSoarer a 

1897 Manifesto a 

1898 Drogheda 6 

1899 Manifesto a 

1900 Ambush II 6 

1901 Grudon . a 

1902 Shannon Lass . . a 

1903 Drumcree a 

1904tMoifaa a 

1905 Kirkland a 

1906* Ascetic's Silver . a 

1907 Eremon a 

19081Rubio a 

1909l!Luttenr III ... . 5 

1910 Jenkinstown ... 9 

1911 Glenside 9 

1912 Jerry M 9 

1913 Covertcoat 7 

1914 Sunloch 



GRAND NATIONAL (Liverpool) 
st lb Time. 
11 12.. 9 59 
9 8. .10 25 
9 6. .10 9£ 
9 10.. 10 6 

10 7.. 11 5 
9 7. .10 2 
9 10.. 9 53 
9 12.. 10 14 

11 6.. 9 30 
10 10.. 11 20 

10 6.. 11 50 

11 4. .11 16 

10 7.. 11 5 

11 13.. 10 42 
10 7.. 10 30 

10 7.. 10 59 

11 12.. 10 9i 
11 5.. 9 36 
10 0. .10 14£ 
31 11.. — 
10 12. .10 4 

10 11. .10 22 

11 3. .11 14 
10 8.. 10 16 
10 12.. 10 23 



11 
10 
11 

u 
11 

10 

11 

10 

11 

10 

11 

10 

11 12. 

10 5. 

12 7. 

11 13. 



10 12 
.10 29 
.11 50 
.10 42% 
.11 39 
.10 5 
.10 10 
.10 14% 

.10 10% 

.10 12 

.10 11/5 

.10 41% 

~ 58 



Jockey. Ran 

..J Tasker 20 

. . J Hanlon 20 

. .GStevens 21 

. . C Boyce 28 

. .W Areher 16 

..C Green 16 

. . Mr Thomas 19 

..J Kendall 24 

. . II Lamplugh . . 13 

. . G Stevens 16 

. . G Stevens 25 

. . Capt Coventry . 23 
. . Mr A Goodman . 30 

..J Page 23 

. . Mr Edwards ... 21 

. . G Stevens 22 

..GStevens 23 

. .Mr Thomas 25 

. .J Page 25 

. .Mr Richardson . 28 
. . Mr Richardson .22 

..Mr Thomas 19 

. . J Cannon 19 

. .Mr Hobson 16 

. . J Jones 12 

. .Mr G Moore. . .18 
..Mr T Beasley ..14 
Mr T Beasley . . 13 
Lord Manners .12 
Count Kinsky . .10 
Mr EP Wilson.. 15 
Mr EP Wilson.. 19 

T Skelton 23 

W Daniels 16 

Mawson 20 

Mr T Beasley.. .20 
A Nightingall . . 16 
Mr II Beasley ..21 



9 48 % . . Captain Owen . . 25 



9 42% 

" 45% 



.Dollery 15 

. A Nightingall . .14 



10 11.. 10 32 ..Mr JWidger .. .19 
9 13.. 10 11%. .Mr D Campbell .28 

11 3. . 9 49 . .T Kavanagh . . .28 

10 12 . . 9 43% Gourlay 25 

12 7 . . 9 49% . . G Williamson . . 19 

11 3. .10 1 ..AAnthony 16 

10 - 0. . 9 47% . .A Nightingall . .24 

10 1..10 3 ..D Read 21 

11 3. .10 0%..P Woodland ...23 

10 7 . . 9 58% . . Birch .26 

11 5.. 9 48%.. F Mason 27 

10 9 . . 9 34% . . Hon A Hastings 23 

10 1.. 9 47%. .ANewey 23 

10 5.. 10 3%..HBletsoe 24 

10 11.. 9 53%. .Parfrement ...32 
10 5 . . 10 4% . . R Chadwick ... 25 

10 3 . . 10 35 . . Mr J RAnthony 26 

12 7.. 10 13%..EPiggott 24 

11 6.. 10 19 ..P. Woodland ..22 
. 9 7. . 9 58% . . W J Smith 20 

* Fastest time over present course, t Bred in New Zealand. 
% Bred in U.S.A. 11 Bred in France. § Fastest Time. 



14 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 

GREAT METROPOLITAN STAKES (Epsom) 

Winners since 1885. 
Ran 



Ran 



1885 Althorp 3y 5st 71b 7 


1900 King 


's Messenger 




1886 Postscript 5y 7st 51b. .13 




5y8st81b. .'. 


.15 


1887 The Cob 4y 7st 101b. . . 9 


1901 Evasit 4y 7st 71b.... 


.17 


1888 Tissaphernes 4y 7st 41b 7 


1902 Congratulation 4y 6-13.15 


1889 Tissaphernes 5y 7st 91b 7 


1903 Wavelet's Pride 6y 7-3 


. 9 


1890 Partington. . .3y6st21bl5 


1904 Elba5y 8st 7Tb 


.13 


1891 Ragimunde 3y 6st 31b. 9 


1905 L 




Tom 6y 7st 51b. 


.12 


1892 Colorado 4y 8st 5tb. . .19 


1906 Whinbloom 5y 6st 121b. 9 


J893 Madame Neruda II 


1907 Father Blind 4y 6st 21b. 14 


5y 7st 91b 9 


1908 Father Blind 5y7stlllb.l5 


1894 Paddy 5y 7st 131b 9 


1909 Laughing Mirror 4y 6-0.17 


1895 Cornbury 4y 6st 51b.. 11 


1910 Lagos 5y 9st 01b 


.21 


1896 Fatherless 6y 7-st 81b . . 15 


1911 Kilbroney 4y 7st 111b 


.16 


1897 Soliman 5y 7st 41b 10 


1912 Accurate 6y 7st 101b. 


.15 


1898 History 4y 8st 41b 7 


1913 Annecy 4y 6st 51b. . . . 


.19 


1899 King's Messenger 


1914 Annecy 5y 7st 131b. . 


.19 


4y 7st 101b 14 




kNDICAP (Epsom). 




CITY AND SUBURBAN Hj 




Year. Winner. 


ys 


st lb Jockey. Ran 


1851 Lord Eglin ton's Elthiron 


5 


8 


5 . . Marlow .... 


.16 


1852 Mr Henry's Butterfly 


3 


4 


12.. Kendal 


.12 


1853 Mr Oliver's Ethelbert 


3 


5 


13.. Wells 


.25 


1854 Mr Howard's Virago 


3 


6 


4.. Wells 


.23 


1855 Mr H Hill's Ireland's Eye 


5 


7 


4.. Wells 


.20 


1856 Mr Ridley's Hospitality 


3 


6 


2 . . Bullock . . . 


.25 


1857 Mr Mellish's Adamas 


3 


6 


5. .Fordham . . 


,13 


1858 Ct Lagrange's M de Chantilly . 


4 


v 


. . Spreoty . . . 


.26 


1859 Capt Grey's Glenbuck 


3 


4 


12 . . J Adams . . . 


.20 


1860 Sir II Des Voeux's Comforter. 


4 


7 


. . Custance . . 


.36 


1861 Lord Ailesbury's Cantine 


5 


8 


3 . . L Snowden . 


.36 


1862 Mr R C Naylor's Sawcutter. . . 


4 


7 


12..TChaloner . 


.24 


1863 Mr J Gilby's Adventurer 


4 


5 


12.. Noble 


.29 


1864 Lord Westmoreland's Merry 










Hart 


4 


7 


6 . . Morgan 


.25 


1865 Sir J Hawley's Argonaut 


6 


8 


11.. Wells 


.20 


1866 Mr Carew's Delight 


3 


5 


9 . . Kenyon . . . 


.19 


1867 Mr F Swindell's Abergeldie. . . 


4 


7 


1 . . Huxtable . . 


.22 


1868 Duke of Newcastle's Speculum 


3 


6 


12 . . Cameron . . 


.27 


1869 Mr Bevill's Alpenstock 


3 


6 


3..Jeffery 


.20 


1870 Mr W Graham's Sabinus 


3 


5 


9. .Rowell 


.28 


1871 Mr J Parry's Jack Spigot 


3 


6 


9 . . Crickmere . 


.22 


1872 Mr Keswick's Digby Grand. . . 


4 


7 


10.. F Webb.,.. 


.30 


1873 Mr Brayley's Mornington 


5 


7 


13..Mordan ... 


.25 


1874 Lord Rosebery's Aldrich 


3 


6 


4. .Morbey 


.19 


1875 Mr T Smith's Dalham 


4 


7 


1.. Mills 


.23 


1876 Mr H F C Vyner's Thunder. . . 


6 


9 


4 . . F Archer . . . 


.23 


1877 Mr T Gee's Julius Caesar 


4 
3 


7 
5 


10.. F Archer... 
8 . . Gallon 


.28 


1878 Mr W S Crawfurd's Sefton. . 


.28 


1879 Mr P Lorillard's Parole 


6 


8 


7. .F Archer. . . 


.18 


1880 Lord Hastings's MasterKildare 


5 


9 


2. .F Archer. . . 


.21 


1881 Lord Alington's Bend Or 


4 


9 


0. .F Archer. . . 


.24 


1882 Lord Rossmore's Passaic 


4 


6 


7 . . Weston 


.14 


1883 Lord Rosebery's Roysterer. . . 


5 


7 


0.. Gallon 


.18 


1884 Lord Bradford's Quicklime . . 


5 


7 


5. .Tomlinson . 


.21 


1885 Mr Tidy's Bird of Freedom. . . 


3 


6 


4.. F Barrett .. 


.15 


1886 Mr Childwick's RoyalHampton 


4 


8 


4.. C Wood 


.17 


1887 Mr Wardle's Merry Duchess. . 


5 


7 


5 . . S Loates . . . 


. 9 


1888 Sir G Chetwynd's Fullerton. . . 


5 


8 


4. .J Woodburn 


.14 


1889 Mr Leybourne's Goldseeker . . 


4 


8 


0..T Cannon, jn.19 


1890 Duke of Beaufort's Reve d'Or. 


6 


7 


13. .M Cannon. . 


.15 


1891 Col North's Nunthorpe ... 


5 


8 


4.-.M Cannon. . 


.15 



THE SPORTING CHRONICLE ANNUAL. 



15 



Year. 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1-910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 



CITY AND SUBURBAN— Continued. 

Winner. Time. Jockey. Kan 

Lord Rosslyn's Buccaneer. ... 4 7 10. .G Barrett . . .22 

Mr Taylor's King Charles 4 6 6..Gough 14 

Duke of Westminster'sGreyLeg 3 7 0.. Bradford ...11 

Mr T Cannon's Beminder .... 4 8 9. .M Cannon. . .19 

Mr Bamato's Worcester. 6 8 12. .M Cannon. . .16 

Duke of Devonshire's Balsam o 4 7 4. .0 Madden. . .15 

Mr L Brassey's Bay Eonald. . 5 8 0. .W Bradford .18 

Mr W Cooper's Newhaven II . . 6 9 . . M Cannon ... 1 7 

Mr J Clarke's The Grafter a 8 10. .M Cannon. . .19 

Mr S Gollan's Australian Star. 5 7 10. . W Halsey . . .15 

Mr Stedall's First Principal. . . 5 7 6. .W Bray 20 

M Ephrussi's Brambilla 3 7 1.. Thompson ..15 

LdCarnarvon'sRobert le Diable 5 8 2 . . W Lane 21 

Sir J Miller's Pharisee 6 8 5..D Maher . . .19 

Mi- J B Joel's Dean Swift ... 5 7 11 . .11 Randall . .18 

Mrs H V Jackson's Velocity . . 5 9 2. .H Jones ... .13 

Mr J B Joel's Dean Swift a 8 12.. Randall .... 16 

Mr WHairvValker'sWhiteEagle 4 8 7..WSaxby 18 

Mr JLowry'sBachelor's Double 4 8 0. .C Trigg 14 

Mr T Baring's Mushroom 3 7 0. .W Huxley. . .15 

Mr R Mills' Chili n 4 6 13. .W Huxley . .14 

Mr. G Edwardes's Drinmore. . 5 7 3. :F Cheshire . .18 
Mr Sol Joel's Maiden Erlegh. .589. . Wal Griggs. .20 



TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS 

1853 Mr Bowes's West Australian. . 1 

1854 Mr Gully's Hermit 1 

1855 Mr Merry's Lord of the Isles. . 1 

1856 Lord Derby's Fazzoletto 1 

1857 Lord Zetland's Vedette 1 

1858 Sir J Kawlej^'s Fitz Roland. . . 1 

1859 Mr W Day's Promised Land. . 1 

1860 Mr A Nicholls's The W 7 izard. . 1 

1861 Lord Stamford's Diophantus. . 1 

1862 Mr S Hawke's The Marquis. . . 1 

1863 Mr Naylor's Macaroni 1 

1864 Lord Glasgow's General Peel . . 1 

1865 Ct de Lagrange's Gladiateur, . 1 

1866 Mr R Sutton's Lord Lyon 1 

1867 Duke of Beaufort's Vauban .. . 1 
1868*Mr Crawfurd's Moslem 1 

1869 Mr Johnstone's Pretender 1 

1870 Mr J Merry's Macgregor 1 

1871 Mr Johnstone's Bothwell 1 

1872 Mr Dawson's Prince Charlie. . . 1 

1873 Mr Crawfurd's Gang Forward. 1 

1874 Lord Falmouth's Atlantic. ... 1 

1875 Mr H C Vyner's Camballo 1 

1876 Lord Dupplin's Petrarch 1 

1877 Count de Lagrange's Chamant. 1 

1878 Lord Lonsdale's Pilgrimage . . 1 

1879 Lord